# isoclinal

## Definitions

• WordNet 3.6
• adj isoclinal having equal magnetic inclinations
• n isoclinal an isogram connecting points of equal magnetic inclination
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
• a Isoclinal Of or pertaining to, or indicating, equality of inclination or dip; having equal inclination or dip.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
• isoclinal Of equal inclination: applied in geology to strata which incline or dip in the same direction. See monoclinal.
• n isoclinal Same as isocline.
• n isoclinal Also isoclinic.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
• Isoclinal ī-so-klī′nal (or Isoclin′ic), Isodynam′ic, and Isogon′ic lines, three systems of lines which being laid on maps represent the magnetism of the globe as exhibited at the earth's surface in three classes of phenomena, the varying dip or inclination of the needle, the varying intensity of the force, and its varying declination from the true meridian.
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## Etymology

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
Iso-, + Gr. to incline
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
Gr. isos, equal, dynamis, force, klinein, to bend, gōnia, an angle.

## Usage

### In science:

But also inﬁnitely often, much more on any interval of such an isocline than bases which succeed, the basis does not meet such legs.
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Note that this is known by the seeds of the isocline 0.
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If a seed of the isocline 0 receives the scent, it knows that it belongs to a branch which starts at least from the previous isocline 0.
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But if the seed of the isocline 0 receives no scent, it knows that it starts a new branch. A covered basis goes on on each side of such a corner until it meets a corner, which must happen, as inﬁnitely many phantoms do exist within the considered latitude.
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Moreover, the isocline number tells us also where we are.
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It can be argued that the mantilla is not the single tiling where the isocline property occurs.
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An isocline is inﬁnite and it splits the hyperbolic plane into two inﬁnite parts.
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The isoclines from the different trees match, even when the areas are disjoint.
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Lemma 5 Let the root of a tree of the mantil la T be on the isocline 0.
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Then, there is a seed in the area of T on the isocline 5.
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If an 8-centre A is on the isocline 0, starting from the isocline 4, there are seeds on al l the levels.
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From the isocline 10 there are seeds at a distance at most 20 from A.
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The basis is materialized by the trace of an isocline in the area of the trilateral.
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To synchronize the semi-inﬁnite models, bases of triangles which are on the same isocline merge.
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Note that inside a trilateral and between the same set of isoclines, there are several triangles of former generations.
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