It will be seen that the valves v on the other side of the annular chamber are closed.
Hind found that the eclipse was annular on the central line.
Johnston suggests that the reference is to an annular eclipse which he finds occurred on August 14, at about 8¼ h. in the morning.
In 1748 Scotland was again favoured with a central eclipse, but it was only annular.
annular bases and tripods would be of little use until level floors of unyielding material came into vogue.
The angle of the anterior chamber is a true angle and not an annular sinus.
The spool fits fairly tight upon the end of the core, and when in position rests against an annular shoulder in the recess.
One of the annular constrictions is constantly in the sagittal plane (separating the right and left halves of the shell).
Stamens united into a central column, the anther solitary in our species and annular.
Finally, these annular creatures, obscure in their lives, isolate themselves.
"ring-shaped," 1570s, from French annulaire (16c.) or directly from Latin annularis "pertaining to a ring," from annulus, diminutive of anus "ring" (see anus). An annular eclipse (1727) is one in which the dark body of the moon is smaller than the disk of the sun, so that at the height of it the sun appears as a ring of light. Related: Annularity.
annular an·nu·lar (ān'yə-lər)
Shaped like or forming a ring.