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### Lexicographical Neighbors of Argled

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### Literary usage of Argled

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A System of Chemistry by Thomas Thomson (1810)
"Its primitive form is a right-argled quadrangular prism, with oblique bases. The angle of incidence between the di ; '.;'! ot tlie bast and the edge ot the ..."

2. Training Manual in Topography, Map Reading, and Reconnaissance by George Redfield Spalding (1918)
"... isoceles, when two sides only are equal; acute- angled, when each of its angles is less than 90°; obtuse-argled, when one angle is greater than 90°. ..."

3. An Analytick Treatise of Conick Sections, and Their Use for Resolving of by L'Hospital (Guillaume François Antoine), Edmund Stone (1723)
"... А С Б is a right-argled Triangle, the Square AB (qmm) will be =?/4-ег. ..."

4. The National Fourth Reader: Containing a Course of Instruction in Elocution by Richard Green Parker, James Madison Watson (1864)
"We love rather the generous old English windows, large as the whole side of a room, many- argled, or circular; but, of whatever shape, they should be ..."

5. The Elements of Trigonometry: Containing, the Properties, Relations, and by William Emerson (1749)
"Let therefore С В, С A be greater than Quadrants, then by Prop. 21. В A is lefs than a Quadrant, therefore in the acute argled Triangle ACJ, ..."

6. Pyritologia: Or, A History of the Pyrites, the Principal Body of the Mineral by Johann Friedrich Henckel (1757)
"... he would judge of the origination of two forts of ores, lying near, or en- t argled in each other. ..."

7. A Treatise of Trigonometry, Plane and Spherical ...: As Likewise a Treatise by Samuel Heynes (1716)
"In a Right-argled Triangle, if one Leg of the .Right-angle, be made the Radius of a Circle, then lha.ll the other Leg be the Tangent of the Angle oppo- fite ..."