Noun(1) a parallelogram with four equal sides; an oblique-angled equilateral parallelogram
(1) Only Lonnrot apprehends that the design of the plot is actually a rhomb .(2) If you break a large piece of crystalline calcite, you are left with a regular, six-sided chunk of the mineral - a rhomb - which treats light in a peculiar way.(3) This emblem was like vertical rhomb or diamond with a horizontal line in the middle, or two triangles joined together.(4) The unusual thecal plating, rhomb structure, and ambulacral organization - standard criteria for distinguishing rhombiferans - justify the recognition of a new genus.(5) The basin is widely considered to be a classic example of a rhomb graben, although a firm consensus about the timing, direction and amount of strikeslip movement has yet to be reached.(6) Each of the vertex stars will appear infinitely often in any Penrose tiling, with the ratio of thick to thin rhombs at 1.618:1, the ‘golden ratio’ which has been considered beautiful in mathematics since ancient times.(7) The interlocking, euhedral, rhombs of dolomite have an idiotopic texture.(8) The diameter of the inscribing sphere of the rhombic dodecahedron was 8.34 nm.(9) Further on was another pocket, also in the ceiling; it was about 1.6 x 1.6 meters and completely lined with equant rhombs of calcite, each about 13 cm across.(10) In particular, if a rhombic dodecahedron is marked with conical bumps and nicks on its faces so as to be combinatorially unbalanced, a simple counting argument reveals that the maximum possible Heesch number is 8.(11) A few sharp rhombic crystals of rhodochrosite without siderite coating were also found in the Eagle mine.(12) Fold each piece into a rhombic unit as shown below.(13) Concurrent with this, the entire pectinirhomb becomes greatly protuberant along a large, thinwalled ridge spanning the incurrent and excurrent half rhombs .(14) The picture above is made up of two shapes of rhombus or rhombs - that is, ‘pushed-over squares’ where each shape has all sides of the same length.(15) Foliation-parallel quartz veins are cross-cut and extended along microfaults, the sense of offset indicating the same shear sense as indicated by the biotite rhombs .(16) In places pyrite framboids and polyhedra occur associated with the ferroan dolomite rhombs , the latter aligned as they would have been within the original calcite.
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