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In geometry, a gyration is a type of rotation.
The center of a rotational symmetry is a rotation point. A rotation point that does not lie on a mirror is called a gyration point. A rotocenter is a rotation point with an integral number of rotational symmetries.
- Liebeck, Saxl. Groups, Combinatorics & Geometry. Durham. Retrieved 7 August 2010.
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