gnomonically

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gnomon (ˈnəʊmɒn)
 
n
1.  the stationary arm that projects the shadow on a sundial
2.  a geometric figure remaining after a parallelogram has been removed from one corner of a larger parallelogram
 
[C16: from Latin, from Greek: interpreter, from gignōskein to know]
 
gno'monic
 
adj
 
gno'monically
 
adv

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