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for the concept of corresponding with an angle to fill 360 degrees. I refer]]>Aug 3, 1999 3:25:33 PMAug 3, 1999 3:25:33 PMSteve.Wells@think3.com0Re: Esplementary Angle
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(Steve Wells) wrote:

> You had]]>Jul 27, 1999 11:32:08 PMJul 27, 1999 11:32:08 PMKen.Pledger@vuw.ac.nz0Explementary Angle
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standard spelling for English usage comes from the Latin, so rather than the]]>Jul 27, 1999 8:28:20 PMJul 27, 1999 8:28:20 PMSteve.Wells@think3.com1Esplementary Angle
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that "rhymes" with the existing two. I was reviewing the language in the]]>Jul 26, 1999 8:26:21 PMJul 26, 1999 8:26:21 PMSteve.Wells@think3.com3Re: What's the word?
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remanent or remainent but not raigment, it does seem to fit, and a remnant is just the]]>Mar 27, 1996 3:30:44 PMMar 27, 1996 3:30:44 PMbrihut@pro-palmtree.cts.com0Re: What's the word?
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On Wed, 27 Mar 1996, Walter Whiteley wrote:

> Remanent is still used in fabric stores for the small end]]>Mar 27, 1996 7:42:04 AMMar 27, 1996 7:42:04 AMconway@math.Princeton.EDU0Re: What's the word?
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of bolts of cloth etc. [in Canada]. As such, it has the association of]]>Mar 27, 1996 7:05:29 AMMar 27, 1996 7:05:29 AMwhiteley@mathstat.yorku.ca0Re: What's the word?
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On 27 Mar 1996, Brian Hutchings wrote:

> is "remanent" really obsolete in England?... I hadn't noticed]]>Mar 27, 1996 4:02:34 AMMar 27, 1996 4:02:34 AMconway@math.Princeton.EDU0Re: What's the word?
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it was, in my'hood!... I'd still like to see something that's more]]>Mar 27, 1996 3:09:53 AMMar 27, 1996 3:09:53 AMbrihut@pro-palmtree.cts.com0Re: What's the word?
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On Fri, 22 Mar 1996, Michael Keyton wrote:

> > Does any one know or have a word for two arcs whose]]>Mar 24, 1996 10:08:26 AMMar 24, 1996 10:08:26 AMconway@math.Princeton.EDU4