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### Definition of Rectangles

**1.** rectangle [n] - See also: rectangle

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### Lexicographical Neighbors of Rectangles

### Literary usage of Rectangles

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**1.** *The Monist* by Hegeler Institute (1910)

"1 WE are indebted to Dr. C. Planck for a new and powerful method for producing
magic squares, **rectangles** etc. This method is especially attractive and ..."**2.** *A Treatise on Conic Sections: Containing an Account of Some of the Most* by George Salmon (1879)

"will be constant, whatever be the direction of these lines. For these **rectangles**
are _ c _ _ J_ _ a cos2!? + 2h cos 6 sin 0 + b sin20 ' a ..."**3.** *Algebra: First Course* by Edith Long, William Charles Brenke (1913)

"Addition of **rectangles**. As in Chapter IX, we can express multiplication of
polynomials as a combination of **rectangles**. Draw the rectangle whose base is 6 + ..."**4.** *Algebra: First Course* by Edith Long, William Charles Brenke (1913)

"Addition of **rectangles**. As in Chapter IX, we can express multiplication of
polynomials as a combination of **rectangles**. Draw the rectangle whose base is b + ..."**5.** *Statistical Methods: With Special Reference to Biological Variation* by Charles Benedict Davenport (1899)

"This method of drawing the frequency polygon is known as the method of **rectangles**.
If the tops of the middle ordinales of successive contiguous **rectangles** ..."**6.** *Nature's Harmonic Unity: A Treatise on Its Relation to Proportional Form* by Samuel Colman (1912)

"The **rectangles** In all of the geometric forms which have been examined ... Indeed,
so general is her application of the **rectangles** so created that it can ..."**7.** *A Text-book of physiology* by Michael Foster (1891)

"A glass slide, in a metal frame, is ruled into minute **rectangles**, e. д., \ mm.
by \ mm., so as to give a convenient area of ^ of a square mm. ..."