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Definition of Gyrational
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Literary usage of Gyrational
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1. Scientific Theism Versus Materialism: The Space-time Potential by Arvid Reuterdahl (1920)
"If our model becomes a better interpreter of physical action by adding to it the idea of gyrational groups, then we must consider them also as continuously ..."
2. The Century Dictionary: An Encyclopedic Lexicon of the English Language by William Dwight Whitney (1889)
"Of, pertaining to, or characterized by gyration: as, the gyrational movements of the planets. RA Proctor. gyratory (jï'râ-tô-ri), a. ..."
3. The Great Pyramid: Observatory, Tomb, and Temple by Richard Anthony Proctor (1883)
"... that mighty gyrational movement of the earth which causes what is termed the precession of the equinoxes, the star Alcyone, the brightest of the ..."
4. Familiar Science Studies by Richard Anthony Proctor (1882)
"For at that epoch, quam proxime, through the effects of that mighty gyrational movement of the earth which causes what is termed the precession of the ..."
5. The New General and Mining Telegraph Code by Charles Algernon Moreing, Thomas Neal (1907)
"Full particulars as to the locality of the mine or 14272 Gyratory . The locality is unhealthy 14271 gyrational The locality is very healthy [property 14273 ..."