literal strings: Angle, angle, ANGLE

**scientificterm**

**bodypartwithinbodypart**- blood
- CPL @1116 (50.0%) on 06-sep-2018 [ "arg1 flow to the legs and arg2" ] using (blood, angle)
**equipmentusedbysport**- golf
- OE @874 (90.4%) on 21-sep-2014 [ http://mytrackman.com/explore/trackman-data/trackman-club-data/face-angle http://golf.about.com/cs/golfterms/g/bldef_faceangle.htm http://golf.about.com/cs/golfterms/g/bldef_faceangle.htm http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GQHpuVK5G5I http://mytrackman.com/explore/trackman-data/trackman-club-data/face-angle http://mytrackman.com/explore/trackman-data/trackman-club-data/attack-angle http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bounce_(golf) http://www.thepowerangle.com/ http://www.tourangle144.com/ ] using (golf, angle)
**geopoliticallocationcontainscity**- sydney
- CPL @1104 (50.0%) on 18-mar-2018 [ "arg1 Harbor Bridge in arg2" ] using (sydney, angle)
**geopoliticallocationresidenceofpersion**- john
- CPL @1108 (50.0%) on 07-jun-2018 [ "arg1 McCain from arg2" ] using (john, angle)
**inverseofbuildingfeaturemadefrombuildingmaterial**- doors
- CPL @1116 (50.0%) on 06-sep-2018 [ "arg2 profiles for windows and arg1" ] using (doors, angle)
**locationofpersondeath**- robin
- CPL @1103 (50.0%) on 06-mar-2018 [ "arg1 Hood from arg2" ] using (robin, angle)
**objectcontainsobject**- camera
- CPL @1108 (96.9%) on 07-jun-2018 [ "arg2 lens on my arg1" "arg2 lens on his arg1" "arg2 lens on your arg1" "arg2 on a full frame arg1" "arg2 lens of my arg1" ] using (camera, angle)
**objectlookslikeobject**- fireplaces
- CPL @1107 (50.0%) on 24-may-2018 [ "arg1 DD inch flat screen arg2" ] using (fireplaces, angle)
- CPL @1107 (50.0%) on 24-may-2018 [ "arg1 DD inch flat screen arg2" ] using (angle, fireplaces)
- monitor
- CPL @1103 (50.0%) on 06-mar-2018 [ "arg1 or LCD arg2" ] using (monitor, angle)
- CPL @1103 (50.0%) on 06-mar-2018 [ "arg1 or LCD arg2" ] using (angle, monitor)
**roomcancontainfurniture**- bed
- CPL @1116 (50.0%) on 06-sep-2018 [ "arg2 with double arg1" ] using (bed, angle)
**shapeofobject**- edges
- CPL @1112 (93.8%) on 20-jul-2018 [ "arg1 that meet at a right arg2" "arg1 and the included arg2" "arg1 meet at an acute arg2" "arg1 meeting at a right arg2" ] using (edges, angle)
- lines
- CPL @1109 (93.8%) on 12-jun-2018 [ "arg1 is an obtuse arg2" "arg1 of an obtuse arg2" "arg1 are called the sides of arg2" "arg1 of a right arg2" ] using (lines, angle)
- right_triangle
- CPL @1112 (98.4%) on 20-jul-2018 [ "arg1 opposite the right arg2" "arg1 containing the right arg2" "arg1 and their included arg2" "arg1 with an obtuse arg2" "arg1 contains a right arg2" "arg1 has one right arg2" ] using (right_triangle, angle)
- straight_lines
- CPL @1112 (93.8%) on 20-jul-2018 [ "arg1 containing the right arg2" "arg1 and on a slight arg2" "arg1 makes the exterior arg2" "arg1 meeting at a right arg2" ] using (straight_lines, angle)
- triangle
- CPL @1109 (93.8%) on 12-jun-2018 [ "arg2 is an obtuse arg1" "arg2 is called a right arg1" "arg2 and an equilateral arg1" "arg2 and the hypotenuse of arg1" ] using (triangle, angle)
- triangles
- CPL @1112 (87.5%) on 20-jul-2018 [ "arg1 has one right arg2" "arg1 with an obtuse arg2" "arg1 with one right arg2" ] using (triangles, angle)
**winneringame**- title
- CPL @1104 (75.0%) on 18-mar-2018 [ "arg2 won the World arg1" "arg2 ended up winning arg1" ] using (title, angle)
**jobpositionheldbyperson**- lord
- CPL @1103 (50.0%) on 06-mar-2018 [ "arg1 of the Flies arg2" ] using (lord, angle)
**objectcontainsobject**- fun
- CPL @1096 (50.0%) on 18-jan-2018 [ "arg1 experimenting with what arg2" ] using (fun, angle)
**shapeofobject**- angle
- CPL @1109 (99.9%) on 12-jun-2018 [ "arg1 must be a right arg2" "arg1 is an obtuse arg2" "arg1 is known as the golden arg2" "arg1 or an obtuse arg2" "arg1 that is not a right arg2" "arg1 bisector of arg2" "arg1 ABC is a right arg2" "arg1 bisectors of arg2" "arg1 with an obtuse arg2" "arg1 is called a right arg2" ] using (angle, angle)
- angles
- CPL @1108 (96.9%) on 07-jun-2018 [ "arg2 when given two arg1" "arg2 equal to two right arg1" "arg2 is two right arg1" "arg2 is less than two right arg1" "arg2 is equal to two right arg1" ] using (angles, angle)
- congruent_sides
- CPL @1113 (50.0%) on 03-aug-2018 [ "arg1 and their included arg2" ] using (congruent_sides, angle)
- construction
- CPL @1108 (50.0%) on 07-jun-2018 [ "arg1 of a right arg2" ] using (construction, angle)
- corners
- CPL @1112 (75.0%) on 20-jul-2018 [ "arg1 of obtuse arg2" "arg1 that meet at a right arg2" ] using (corners, angle)
- faces
- CPL @1109 (50.0%) on 12-jun-2018 [ "arg1 must be a right arg2" ] using (faces, angle)
- length
- CPL @1116 (50.0%) on 06-sep-2018 [ "arg1 of a right arg2" ] using (length, angle)
- planes
- CPL @1112 (93.8%) on 20-jul-2018 [ "arg2 between the tangent arg1" "arg2 between the two image arg1" "arg2 between two intersecting arg1" "arg2 formed by the intersecting arg1" ] using (planes, angle)
- shape
- CPL @1109 (93.8%) on 12-jun-2018 [ "arg1 is an obtuse arg2" "arg1 of a right arg2" "arg1 of an obtuse arg2" "arg1 is called a right arg2" ] using (shape, angle)
- two_sides
- CPL @1109 (75.0%) on 12-jun-2018 [ "arg2 given the lengths of arg1" "arg2 are congruent to arg1" ] using (two_sides, angle)
- vertex
- CPL @1109 (75.0%) on 12-jun-2018 [ "arg1 is an obtuse arg2" "arg1 of a right arg2" ] using (vertex, angle)
- border
- CPL @1115 (50.0%) on 27-aug-2018 [ "arg1 meeting at a right arg2" ] using (border, angle)
- two
- CPL @1112 (75.0%) on 20-jul-2018 [ "arg1 that form a right arg2" "arg1 meet at a sharp arg2" ] using (two, angle)
- terms
- CPL @1114 (50.0%) on 18-aug-2018 [ "arg1 of a right arg2" ] using (terms, angle)
- parts
- CPL @1112 (75.0%) on 20-jul-2018 [ "arg2 are congruent to the corresponding arg1" "arg2 into two congruent arg1" ] using (parts, angle)