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…A member of a Germanic people, originally inhabitants of what is now Schleswig-Holstein, who came to England in the 5th century ad. The Angles founded kingdoms in Mercia, Northumbria, and East Anglia and gave their name to England and the English…

…The space (usually measured in degrees) between two intersecting lines or surfaces at or close to the point where they meet…

…Fish with a rod and line…

…the wall is sloping at an angle of 33° to the vertical…

…she smiled, realizing he was angling for an invitation…

…A strip of metal or wood fixed to a corner before it is plastered to reinforce and protect it…

…A constructional material consisting of pieces of iron or steel with an L-shaped cross section, able to be bolted together…

…A North American butterfly that is related to and resembles the comma…

…The angle formed by notional lines from the extremities of an object to the eye, or by lines from the eyes to a given point…

…A phase difference expressed as an angle, 360 degrees (2π radians) corresponding to one complete cycle…

…An angle of 90°, as in a corner of a square, or formed by dividing a circle into quarters…

…A three-dimensional analogue of an angle, such as that subtended by a cone or formed by planes meeting at a point. It is measured in steradians…

…(Of a lens) having a short focal length and hence a field covering a wide angle…

…(two words)…

…Either of a pair of marks in the form < > used to enclose words or figures so as to separate them from their context…

…A device with a rotating abrasive disc, used to grind, polish, or cut metal and other materials…

…A European moth with wings patterned in muted green, red, and pink…

…The angle formed at the eye by rays from the extremities of an object viewed…

…In a direction or at an inclination markedly different from parallel, vertical, or horizontal with respect to an implicit baseline…

…The angle of incidence beyond which rays of light passing through a denser medium to the surface of a less dense medium are no longer refracted but totally reflected…

…The angle between a side of a rectilinear figure and an adjacent side extended outward…

…The angle between adjacent sides of a rectilinear figure…

…A forested region in northern Minnesota that is separated from the rest of the state and the US by Lake of the Woods. It is the most northern part of the contiguous US…

…An angle formed by the intersection of two great circles of a sphere…

…An angle of 180°…

…the marks 〈 〉 or < >…

…The angle through which a scattered particle or beam is deflected…

…The angle between the line of the chord of an aerofoil and the relative airflow…

…The angle which an incident line or ray makes with a perpendicular to the surface at the point of incidence…

…The steepest angle at which a sloping surface formed of loose material is stable…

…Either of two angles whose sum is 90°…

…Either of two angles whose sum is 180°…

…The angle made by a reflected ray with a perpendicular to the reflecting surface…

…The angle made by a refracted ray with a perpendicular to the refracting surface…

…Forming an angle of 90° with (something)…

…In a direction or at an inclination markedly different from parallel, vertical, or horizontal with respect to an implicit baseline…

…A type of desk lamp with a jointed arm and counterbalancing springs that hold it in any position to which it is adjusted…

…Two angles, formed when a line crosses two other lines, that lie on opposite sides of the transversal line and on opposite relative sides of the other lines. If the two lines crossed are parallel, the alternate angles are equal…

…Each of the pairs of opposite angles made by two intersecting lines…

…The angles which occupy the same relative position at each intersection where a straight line crosses two others. If the two lines are parallel, the corresponding angles are equal…

…Forming an angle of 90° with (something)…

…he has inserted 6-foot-long, clear plastic tubes deep into the soil, at an angle…