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" ... coincides with the geographical One of these lines, called the American agone, is in the Western Hemisphere, and the other, or Asiatic, is in the Eastern Hemisphere. Although they extend from south to north, they do not coincide with the meridians,... "
Technologisches wörterbuch in englischer und deutscher sprache: th. Deutsch ... - Page 519
edited by - 1884
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A Supplement to the Imperial Dictionary, English, Technological, and ...

John Ogilvie - English language - 1855 - 414 pages
...ot the teeth. LINES, n. [Gr. . priv., and , an angle.] The name given by Prof. August to two lines on the earth's surface, on which the magnetic needle points to the true north, or where the magnetic meridian coincides with the geographical. One of these lines, called the American...
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The Imperial dictionary, on the basis of Webster's English dictionary, Volume 1

John Ogilvie - 1882
...:'-•! angle.] Not forming an angle. — Agonic tineg, the name given by Prof. August to two lines on the earth's surface, on which the magnetic needle points to the true north, or where the rnagneticmeridian coincides with the geographical One of these lines, called the American...
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The Imperial Dictionary of the English Language: A Complete ..., Volume 1

John Ogilvie - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1883
...priv.,and06nia, an angle ] Not forming an angle. — Agonic lines, the name given by Prof. August to two lines on the earth's surface, on which the magnetic needle points to the true north, or where the magnetic meridian coincides with tU geographical One of these lines, called the American...
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Technologisches wörterbuch in englischer und deutscher sprache: th. Deutsch ...

Gustav Eger, Otto Brandes - Industrial arts - 1884
...reglet; (Geogr.) line, equator; (Maass) line (V10 or 1/13 of an inch); (Seew.) line; agonische — , (Magn.) agonic line, line of no variation (a line...magnetic meridian coincides with the geographical); akliuische — , erdmagnetischer Aequator, m. (Phys.) aclinic line, line of no dip, magnetic equator;...
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The Compass.$A monthly journal for engineers, surveyors ..., Volumes 1-3

Engineering - 1891
...neg. priv., and gonia, an angle. Not forming an angle ; thus, in Surveying the Agonic Line is that line on the earth's surface on which the magnetic needle points to the true North, or on which there is no declination of the compass needle. * As a general knowledge of the derivation...
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Drake's Electrical Dictionary ...

Paul Emilius Lowe - Electricity - 1915 - 313 pages
...diminution in the capacity of a transformer due to its core becoming old. Transformer fatigue. Agone. — A line on the earth's surface on which the magnetic needle points to the true north, the magnetic meridian coinciding with the geographical. Air Blast for Commutator. — A blast of air...
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