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Definition of Annularly
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Literary usage of Annularly
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1. British Barrows: A Record of the Examination of Sepulchral Mounds in Various by William Greenwell (1877)
"annularly constricted and elongated skulls, such as the one spoken of by ... The annularly constricted skulls which have come into the present writer's ..."
2. The Observatory (1897)
"The Sun will be seen eclipsed annularly from Antigua. Greenwich MT of c! in EA: July 2gd 3h 59™ 5o"'5. ..."
3. Fresh-water Algae of the United States: (exclusive of the Diatomaceae by Francis Wolle (1887)
"Filaments cartilaginous, continuous, solid, at first transversely banded, afterwards annularly constricted ; composed of a longitudinal axis, and two strata ..."
4. Handbook of Practical Botany for the Botanical Laboratory and Private Student by Eduard Strasburger, William Hillhouse (1900)
"bundles, arranged annularly in a central cylinder, as in Gymno- sperms and Dicotyledons. This is the ease with Equisetum. E. arvense (the common Horse- ..."
5. The Sun: Ruler, Fire, Light, and Life of the Planetary System by Richard Anthony Proctor (1871)
"From any point within this the iSun will be annularly eclipsed. Thus the section at a a' includes that part of the Earth whence at the moment ..."
6. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1902)
"The sharp demarcation of the pure air above from the rising surface of nuclei is beautifully evidenced by the coronas, which are annularly perfect for axial ..."
7. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society Held at Philadelphia for by American Philosophical Society (1893)
"... at the point where the egg lies, a certain propulsive force must be developed annularly by the circular fibres in the wall of the duct. ..."