## The Encyclopedia of Architecture, Historical, Theoretical, and Practical |

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and a cir . cumference NRB be described , the arc NR

lines GL , GM vill measure the magnitude of the angle LGM . If the arc NR , for

example , be an arc of 40 degrees , the angle LGM is an angle of 40 degrees . 10

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and a cir . cumference NRB be described , the arc NR

**contained**within the twolines GL , GM vill measure the magnitude of the angle LGM . If the arc NR , for

example , be an arc of 40 degrees , the angle LGM is an angle of 40 degrees . 10

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The measure of an angle is that arc of a circle

which form the angle , the angular point being the centre , and such angle is

estimated by the number of degrees

The measure of an angle is that arc of a circle

**contained**between those two lineswhich form the angle , the angular point being the centre , and such angle is

estimated by the number of degrees

**contained**in the arc . Thus , a right angle ...Page 534

On analysis he found that the mortar

of the chloride of magnesium , a highly deliquescent attracting substance . But he

considered that the setting of the mortar mechanically enveloped and locked up ...

On analysis he found that the mortar

**contained**only 1-10,000th part of its weightof the chloride of magnesium , a highly deliquescent attracting substance . But he

considered that the setting of the mortar mechanically enveloped and locked up ...

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