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The separation by continents, by climate, by color, and by institutions is the most diametrical that mankind exhibits anywhere.Races and Immigrants in America|John R. Commons
The polar plane to any point at infinity passes through the centre, and is called a diametrical plane.
Lifting up the bowl again, he draws two diametrical lines at right angles in the circle, and thus produces a symbol of the world.Unknown Mexico, Volume 1 (of 2)|Carl Lumholtz
Any machine giving a straight diametrical stroke will answer the purpose.On Laboratory Arts|Richard Threlfall
But this finical arrangement—this finding every thing in the morning in exact diametrical rectitude, torments me.