### Some articles on *circles, circle*:

**Circles**Theorem

... In geometry, the seven

**circles**theorem is a theorem about a certain arrangement of seven

**circles**in the Euclidean plane ... Specifically, given a chain of six

**circles**all tangent to a seventh

**circle**and each tangent to its two neighbors, the three lines drawn between opposite pairs of the points of ...

**Circles**

... Smaller and Smaller

**Circles**is a mystery novel by Filipino novelist F ... fiction works garner a single print run of only 1,000 copies, Smaller and Smaller

**Circles**was reprinted four times, for a total of 6,000 copies ...

... The first

**Circle**of Squire Roses is created on March 9 of this year. 2001 - The number of

**Circles**grows to five, with Squire Roses numbering over 50. 2004 - 2005 -

**Circles**in Washington DC fail, due to adult sponsors moving out of the area ...

... The simplest generalization of a Steiner chain is to allow the given

**circles**to touch or intersect one another ... to a Pappus chain, which has an infinite number of

**circles**... Soddy's hexlet is a three-dimensional generalization of a Steiner chain of six

**circles**...

**Circles**Theorem

... In geometry, the six

**circles**theorem relates to a chain of six

**circles**together with a triangle, such that each

**circle**is tangent to two sides of the triangle and also to the preceding

**circle**in the chain ... The chain closes, in the sense that the sixth

**circle**is always tangent to the first

**circle**... The name may also refer to Miquel's six

**circles**theorem, the result that if five

**circles**have four triple points of intersection then the remaining four points of ...

### Famous quotes containing the word circles:

“By the power elite, we refer to those political, economic, and military *circles* which as an intricate set of overlapping cliques share decisions having at least national consequences. In so far as national events are decided, the power elite are those who decide them.”

—C. Wright Mills (1916–1962)

“The [Loyal] legion has taken the place of the club—the famous Cincinnati Literary Club—in my affections.... The military *circles* are interested in the same things with myself, and so we endure, if not enjoy, each other.”

—Rutherford Birchard Hayes (1822–1893)

“The whole force of the respectable *circles* to which I belonged, that respectable circle which knew as I did not the value of security won, the slender chance of replacing it if lost or abandoned, was against me ...”

—Ida M. Tarbell (1857–1944)