Geometry - Properties of a rhombus
Properties of a rhombus
Pushing or tilting a square  sideways at its top creates a rhombus, 
where the angles are no longer right angles.  This can also be thought
of as an equilateral parallelogram, or a diamond, or a lozenge.
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