Re-entrant

Recessed; opposite of salient.
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re-entrant

[adj] - (of angles) pointing inward
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Re-entrant

angle that points inwards (opposite of salient)
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Re-entrant

Angles on a twinned crystal that point inwards.
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re-entrant

reentrant adjective (of angles) pointing inward; `a polygon with re-entrant angles`
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re-entrant

qualifies a program, a routine or a subroutine that may be entered repeatedly and may be entered before prior executions of the same program, routine or subroutine have been completed, subject to the requirement that neither its external program parameters nor any instructions are modified during its execution
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Re-entrant

Recessed; opposite of salient.
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Re-entrant

angle that points inwards (opposite of salient)
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Re-Entrant

A Re-Entrant is a small valley like formation which would collect the rain water and become the passage for it to move downhill. On the map, a Re-Entrant would appear like a U or V shape in the contour lines and pointing towards the hill top or the top point (where the contours start converging) unlike the Spur that would again be U or V shapes sti...
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