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A Plane's Aspect

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IT is due to my friend and your correspondent, Mr. Cecil J. Monro, of Hadley, to state that, to my knowledge, he was in the habit of employing the word “aspect” in this technical sense long before the publication of Mr. Laughton's letter, and I should not be surprised to learn that other geometers have used it before Mr. Monro.

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  1. Highgate, N., Oct. 27

    • C. M. INGLEBY

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