Robert P. Munafo, 1997 Jan 15.

Colloquial name for a cusp. See the entries for:

<a href="r2name.html">R2-Name</a> <a href="coordinates.html">Coordinates</a> <a href="colloquialnames.html">Colloquial Name</a> ------- ----------- --------------- <a href="r2c0.html">R2.C(0)</a> 0.25+0.0i <a href="elephantvalley.html">Elephant Valley</a> <a href="r2c12.html">R2.C(1/2)</a> -0.75+0.0i <a href="seahorsevalley.html">Seahorse Valley</a> <a href="r212c12.html">R2.1/2.C(1/2)</a> -1.36+0.005i <a href="seahorsevalleywest.html">Seahorse Valley West</a>, <a href="sceptervalley.html">Scepter Valley</a> <a href="r2c13.html">R2.C(1/3)</a> 0.088+0.654i <a href="triplespiralvalley.html">Triple Spiral Valley</a> <a href="r2c14.html">R2.C(1/4)</a> 0.274+0.482i <a href="quadspiralvalley.html">Quad Spiral Valley</a> <a href="r213c12.html">R2.1/3.C(1/2)</a> 0.100+0.838i <a href="doublesceptervalley.html">Double Scepter Valley</a>

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