Similar words: nature, mature, feature, creature, in nature, by nature, immature, premature. Meaning: ['kɜːvətʃə] n. 1. (medicine) a curving or bending; often abnormal 2. the rate of change (at a point) of the angle between a curve and a tangent to the curve 3. the property possessed by the curving of a line or surface.

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*curvature*.2 He suffered from

*curvature*of the spine.3 In my opinion, the

*curvature*was determined experimentally.4 This, the Riemann

*curvature*tensor, quantifies space-time curvature.5 However, there is a

*curvature*singularity at.6 A back corset may be needed to prevent

*curvature*.7 Scalar polynomial

*curvature*singularities therefore can not occur.8 However, A displays more

*curvature*than B at that point, and hence more risk aversion.9 From the

*curvature*of the arc, I had already begun to estimate the position of the hub.10 The theory of general relativity predicts an infinite

*curvature*, but whether such a physical singularity can really occur is not known.11 They felt this would impart a pleasing

*curvature*to an otherwise rectangular building.12 It has no component of

*curvature*lying in the surface, which makes it the straightest path possible over the surface.13 This clearly demonstrates the existence of a scalar

*curvature*singularity on this hypersurface.14 A helix is any line in which the

*curvature*and torsion measured anywhere and everywhere are in a constant proportion.15 The gravitational forces are the manifestation of space-time

*curvature*due to the presence of matter.16 Usually this will be a scalar polynomial

*curvature*singularity,(www.Sentencedict.com) but a large class of significant exceptions occurs.17 The tendons increase the

*curvature*of the balloon's skin and mean the material can withstand greater pressures.18

*Curvature*and torsion are not easy to measure directly but their being proportional has a straight forward measurable consequence.19 The inhabitant of two dimensional space could also refine the use of his measurement to make a quantitive determination of

*curvature*.20 She had a difficult labour as, having no details, the

*curvature*of her spine was not detected.21 But the range of ground surveillance systems, nomatterhow sophisticated, is inevitably restricted by the

*curvature*of the earth's surface.22 There exists, however, a very large class of exceptional solutions in which

*curvature*singularities do not occur.23 The absence of transition curves is disguised by the pulsation of positive and negative, convex and concave

*curvature*.24 Therefore K 1 and K 2 have opposite signs and the Gaussian

*curvature*K is negative.25 Maintaining a given velocity round a curve requires acceleration towards the centre of

*curvature*.26 In the alternative case of thick gravitational waves, they are non-scalar

*curvature*singularities.27 In fact it provides more because it yields the

*curvature*K of any two-dimensional surface.28 The most familiar class of singularities are the scalar

*curvature*singularities.29 They would also give rise to a smaller Schwarzschild mass parameter, and hence greater

*curvature*on the horizon.30 We shall now briefly bring out the relationship between the Gaussian

*curvature*and the Riemann curvature tensor.More similar words: nature, mature, feature, creature, in nature, by nature, immature, premature, signature, literature, temperature, legislature, nomenclature, curvy, curve, enervate, starvation, reservation, observatory, observation, conservative, conservation, cure, cured, saturn, secure, natural, uncured, epicure, obscure.