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Angle: Usually refers to the line a player is throwing; see also entry angle. The direction at which the ball is traveling when it enters the pocket.
Angle Of View: Is the maximum angle of acceptance of a lens which is capable of producing an image of usable quality on the film.
Angle Of Approach: The angle formed by the arc of the clubhead in relation to the slope of the ground
Triangle: The defensive alignment generally used when a team is two players short because of penalties. The three remaining players form a triangle, with one of them near the top of the slot to cover . . . View Full Definition
Acceptance Angle: See angle of view.
Angle Of Attack: The acute angle at which a moving airfoil meets the airstream.
Wide-Angle Lens: A wide-angle lens can capture an extra-wide view of the scene immediately before a camera. This allows you to more easily photograph panoramic landscapes for example, or take big group shots . . . View Full Definition
Lie Angle: The angle between the sole of the club and the shaft from the face view (looking at the face of the club straight on)
Interfacial Angle: The angle between two crystal faces of a crystal, characteristic of a mineral's symmetry.
Angle Of Incidence: The angle at which an airfoil is normally fixed in relation to the longitudinal axis of an aircraft.