[ANSTHRLD] Conflict Check
Blaise de Cormeilles
blaise at scadian.net
Wed Jul 9 13:30:34 PDT 2003
On Wed, Jul 09, 2003 at 03:36:12PM -0400, tmcd at panix.com wrote:
> Blaise de Cormeilles <blaise at scadian.net> wrote:
> > Nope. Trident heads are palewise by default, and have radial symmetry
> > along the vertical axis.
> "Radial symmetry"?! Parker's describes the standard sort of trident I
> was thinking of, along the lines of a fork:
> ^ ^ ^
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> That's bilateral symmetry. Radial symmetry is for things like
> roundels, suns, and such, "Radial symmetry -- body can be divided body
> can be divided equally in many planes (e.g., jellyfish).".
Sorry, I'm not fully awake -- I'm at work. I should have simply said
"symmetrical along the vertical axis".
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