Definition of Trilobes
1. trilobe [n] - See also: trilobe
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trilobes
Literary usage of Trilobes
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Elementary Mechanism: A Text-book for Students of Mechanical Engineering by Arthur Tannatt Woods, Albert W. Stahl (1893)
"By contracting the a BT a AT angles to one-third, "ve can form the outlines of a pair of trilobes, and so on. ..."
2. South-eastern France by Augustus John Cuthbert Hare (1890)
"... sont rompus au sommet. Les colonnes sont généralement bien dessinées et couronnées de chapiteaux élégants. Quelques fenêtres sont ornées de trilobes. ..."
3. Kinematics: A Treatise on the Modification of Motion, as Affected by the by Charles William MacCord (1883)
"The angles EDH, ACF, each including one-third of a circumference, the pair of trilobes may be completed as shown. They will roll together, the velocity ..."
4. Kinematics: A Treatise on the Modification of Motion, as Affected by the by Charles William Mac Cord (1889)
"... trilobes, etc., derived from the equiangular spiral and rolling in contact about parallel axes, have their analogues in conical multi- lobes whose axes ..."