Tange

[ US /ˈtændʒ/ ]
NOUN
  1. Japanese architect (born in 1913)
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How To Use Tange In A Sentence

  • similar to the tangerine"; kalamansi, meanwhile, also known as calamondin orange, is a naturally-occurring hybrid between a type of tangerine and a type of kumquat. FoodNavigator RSS
  • The discussion then went off on a tangent, to the question of how many spheres of equal size could rotate around a central ball of the same size.
  • So much the better if you have a cache of slightly obscure references that you can dispense, especially if these bear only tangential relationship to what you are discussing.
  • The inundation at two spots on the Tangerang toll road this past week has been a major source of frustration.
  • There are three distinct types of spiric surfaces depending whether the axis of revolution cuts the circle, it a tangent to the circle, or is outside the circle.
  • In a number of orchid species, the outer tangential walls of short cells have numerous wall ingrowths that greatly expand the surface area of the plasma membrane and, thus, resemble transfer cells.
  • The second exception comes into play if the rationale underlying the patent holder's argument bears only a tangential relation to the equivalent.
  • They were round, the size of a tangerine, and had apparently fallen from a large tree with a silvery bole.
  • This was estimated by taking the tangent of each point of the curve.
  • Many of them feature drawings and problems that concern tangent circles.
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