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A plane figure having four angles, and consequently four sides; any figure having four angles.
A square or quadrangular space or inclosure, such a space or court surrounded by buildings, esp. such a court in a college or public school in England.
Typically refers to a map sheet published by the U.S. Geological Survey, a 7.5 minute quadrangle series or the 15 minute quadrangle series. Also known as a topographic or topo map.
A four-sided area of the surface of the earth used as a unit in mapping.
A square named section of a map of a whole area.
A four-sided area bounded by lines of longitude and latitude which define the extent of a map sheet, usually are in a map series. For example, a 30' longitude x 15' latitude quadrangle is used as the standard dimensions for the 1:50 000 scale National Topographic System map series of Geomatics Canada.
Four-sided enclosure. Most missions were laid out using a quadrangle design.
An area used as an area unit in mapping
Inner courtyard.
an enclosed courtyard or patio, having four sides
a four-sided polygon
a rectangular area surrounded on all sides by buildings
a collection of logical volume LBNs, here referred to as VLBNs, mapped to a single disk
a four-sided area bounded by two lines ( parallel s) of latitude and two lines of longitude ( meridian s) on a map
cell in Zygoptera wings bounded by M, Cu, Arculus and a crossvein between M and Cu.
a four-sided area that is bounded by parallels of latitude and meridians of longitude and is used as an area unit in mapping. A quadrangle, or quad, is the area shown on one of the standard topographic sheets published by the USGS. [ return to the top
A quadrangle is a four-sided area bounded by two lines (parallels) of latitude and two lines of longitude (meridians) on a map.
Four-sided area, bounded by parallels of latitude and meridians of longitude used as an area unit in mapping (dimensions are not necessarily the same in both directions). Also, a geometric figure of significance in geodetic surveying.
A four-sided region, usually bounded by a pair of meridians and a pair of parallels.4
A tract of land represented by one US Geological Survey map sheet.
the area of land included on each of the atlas sheets published by the U.S. Geological Survey.
Four-sided enclosure or courtyard surrounded by buildings on all sides.
or quadrilateral A polygon with four sides.
mission building built in a four-sided shape