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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgeodesicge‧o‧des‧ic /ˌdʒiːəʊˈdesɪk◂, -ˈdiː- $ ˌdʒiːoʊ-/ adjective [only before noun]  having a shape or structure made from small flat pieces, usually triangles or pentagons, that are put together to form curves a geodesic dome
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geodesicThen, because the space is locally flat, each such path element is part of some geodesic.He knew what Greenpeace was, and the geodesic dome, and sado-masochism, and even supply-side economics.He was forty-four years old, on display under a geodesic dome.These geodesic equations are quite familiar.The analysis of Mercury's motion commences with the statement that Mercury follows a geodesic in the Schwarzschild space-time around the Sun.In cases where the route does not follow a geodesic it would be necessary to split the path into infinitesimal steps.Pitching: a fairly standard geodesic shape which is easy to erect.K will have the same value for all geodesic surfaces and at all points.
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