Definitions for "Angles"
these are the Ascendant (ASC), Descendant (DSC), Midheaven (MC), and Innum Coeli (IC), referring to the cusps of the first, seventh, tenth, and fourth houses, respectively.
The basic cross of the birthchart formed by the horizon and the meridian, consisting of the ascendant/descendant (see separate entries) and the midheaven(MC)/nadir(IC) axes.
The four most important and powerful points of a chart as defined by the house system being used. The points are defined by where the planes of the horizon and the meridian cross the ecliptic. These crossing points are the ascendent, descendent, midheaven (or MH) and imum coeli (or IC). Planets that are near one of these angles is emphasized and more important in a chart because of this proximity. See also House.
An ancient Low German tribe, that settled in Britain, which came to be called Engla-land (Angleland or England). The Angles probably came from the district of Angeln (now within the limits of Schleswig), and the country now Lower Hanover, etc.
A Northern European people from the Jutland peninsula speaking a West Germanic dialect of the proto-English type; known to themselves as "Engle". They gave their name to the English language.
The Angles is a modern English word for a Germanic-speaking people who took their name from the cultural ancestor of Angeln, a modern district located in Schleswig, Germany. Ancient Angeln preceded all modern national distinctions and was probably not coterminous with the modern. For more information, see under Angeln.
The inclination of one line to another. One complete revolution equals 360° (degrees) or 2 radians. See also: Lathe Tools.
intersections of plaster or render surfaces at varying degrees. Can be either internal or external angles.
are measured in degrees or arcminutes (denoted by a single quote) or arcseconds (denoted by a double quote) or radians. 1 radian = 180/pi = 57.2958 degrees, 1 degree = 1o = 60 arcminutes = 60' = 3600 arcseconds = 3600".
Keywords:  dishwater, okra, squash, gourd, chinese
Silk Squash, Chinese Okra, and "Dishwater Gourd"
Stainless steel angles for bearing a panel onto, or restraining the panel back to, the structure is the typical fixing device. Angles are used in conjunction with stainless steel studs, bolts, nuts, washers and shims. A panel typically has two support angles (or concrete corbels) and 4 restraint fixings.
On a DVD-Video disc up to 9 camera angles can be used so that different views of a scene can be included and the user is able to switch from one to another while watching the video sequence. An example is a pop concert, where the viewer can choose which performer to view and change the view (angle) during the video.
The magician should always be aware of what the audience can see when he is performing. Some tricks can only be viewed from certain positions. When performing close-up, these angles of visibility become especially important.
Keywords:  pointy, corners, magic, cabinet, bad
External corners
The corners of magic equipment. Cabinet with pointy corners are said to have "good angles," but, conversely, cards with pointy corners have "bad angles."
Keywords:  grating, header, fill, stores, lines
Stores grating lines/mm and angles, used to fill header only
Using key factors from previous events to predict the results for future outcomes.
Keywords:  rays, share, end, common, point
Made up of two rays that share a common end point