Circle

[sculpture] Circle is a public artwork by Sadashi Inuzuka. The artwork is located in the ARTSPARK on the grounds of the Indianapolis Art Center (IAC) in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. Circle consists of a granite curved circle (reminiscent of a donut or liferaft) with an open center filled with a sandbox. A pole comes from the center
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Circle

Circle is old British slang for the vagina.
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Circle

Underwriters, actual or potential, often seek out and 'circle' investor interest in a new issue before final pricing. The customer circled basically made a commitment to purchase the issue if it comes at an agreed-upon price. In the latter case, if the price is other than that stipulated, the customer supposedly has first offer at the actual price.
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Circle

Sacred space wherein all magick is to be worked and all ritual contained. It both holds ritual energy until the Witch is ready to release it, and provides protection for the Witch.
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Circle

A group of people who hold seances. See also mediumship.
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Circle

A group of people who hold seances. See also mediumship.
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circle

[n] - something approximating the shape of a circle 2. [n] - ellipse in which the two axes are of equal length 3. [n] - a curved section or tier of seats in a hall or theater or opera house 4. [n] - any circular or rotating mechanism 5. [v] - move in circles 6. [v] - travel around something
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Circle

The set of points equidistant from a given point (the centre).function init(){}Circle of radius rmulticalc_form(0)
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circle

A closed plane figure with all points of the figure the same distance from the center
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Circle

Cir'cle (sẽr'k'l) noun [ Middle English cercle , French cercle , from Latin circulus (Whence also Anglo-Saxon circul ), dim. of circus circle, akin to Greek kri`kos , ki`rkos , circle, ring. Confer Circus , Circum- .]
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Circle

Cir'cle transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Circled ; present participle & verbal noun Circling .] [ Middle English cerclen , French cercler , from Latin circulare to make round. See Circle ,
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Circle

Cir'cle intransitive verb To move circularly; to form a circle; to circulate. « Thy name shall circle round the gaping through. Byron. »
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circle

1. A ring-shaped structure or group of structures. ... 2. A line or process with every point equidistant from the centre. ... Synonym: circellus. ... Origin: L. Circulus ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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circle

round noun any circular or rotating mechanism; `the machine punched out metal circles`
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circle

noun ellipse in which the two axes are of equal length; a plane curve generated by one point moving at a constant distance from a fixed point; `he calculated the circumference of the circle`
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circle

verb move in circles
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circle

noun a curved section or tier of seats in a hall or theater or opera house; usually the first tier above the orchestra; `they had excellent seats in the dress circle`
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circle

band 1 lot noun an unofficial association of people or groups; `the smart set goes there`; `they were an angry lot`
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circle

noun movement once around a course; `he drove an extra lap just for insurance`
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circle

(surĀ“kәl) a round figure, structure, or part. Berry circles charts with circles on them for testing stereoscopic vision. cerebral arterial circle circle of Willis. Minsky circles a series of circles used for the graphic...
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Circle

• (n.) Indirect form of words; circumlocution. • (n.) A circular group of persons; a ring. • (n.) An instrument of observation, the graduated limb of which consists of an entire circle. • (n.) A round body; a sphere; an orb. • (n.) To move around; to revolve around. • (n.) Compass; circuit; inclosure. • (n.) A ter
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circle

(from the article `pi`) in mathematics, the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter. The symbol was popularized by the Swiss mathematician Leonhard Euler in ... [12 related articles]
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circle

(from the article `ring`) Basically, a ring consists of three parts: the circle, or hoop; the shoulders; and the bezel. The circle can have a circular, semicircular, or square ...
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Circle

(from the article `Gabo, Naum`) ...group, an association of artists that advocated pure abstraction. He lived in England from 1936 to 1946, promoting Constructivism there by editing ...
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circle

circle 1. A two-dimensional geometric figure formed with a curved line surrounding a center point, every point of the line being an equal distance from the center point. 2. A circular course, circuit, or orbit: a satellite's circle around the earth. 3. A curved section or tier of seats in a theater. 4. A process, series, or process that finishes
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