Difference between dihedral and polyhedral




  1. of or relating to or resembling a polyhedron


These teapots, reflecting interest in the simple, clean lines of polyhedral Japanese tea-kettles, were made in very limited numbers in silver and electroplate.

By turning any polyhedral die, you can represent how much money you have.

The singularity point where all universes intersected was now a polyhedral globe and characters could be standing inside, outside, or anywhere and that would be the “floor” of the CROSSROADS for him or her.

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