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Synonyms for alignment

Synonyms for alignment

the spatial property possessed by an arrangement or position of things in a straight line or in parallel lines

(astronomy) apparent meeting or passing of two or more celestial bodies in the same degree of the zodiac

the act of adjusting or aligning the parts of a device in relation to each other

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REPLACEMENT OF BLOWING DEVICE- BLASTING HEAD INCLUDING ALIGNMENT, REPLACEMENT OF BLOWING DEVICE - UPPER AND
Vibratory alignment when immovable based bush excited in axial direction and the peg is attached to the resilient element is investigated in work [8].
The alignment of the real RM part on the CMM was performed by the 3-2-1 rule by hitting the points on the same aligning features used for the point clouds alignment.
It is the only laser system in the world that can measure the alignment of the 3 main axes of a machine in ONE setup.
While constantly reminding the students of the critical aspects of sight alignment and sight picture, the instructors fire a single shot, then double and finally multiple shots.
Most benchmarking partners acknowledge the difficulty of actually measuring behavior changes as a result of alignment.
Alignment operation can be continued after an unexpected interruption (restoration not needed; there is no data loss)
Sunsight's alignment systems are designed to be flexible and cost-efficient, to address user needs.
However, the emergence of the forces which result the peg motion during the chamferless parts' alignment is not explored in this paper.
The alignment of the cornerback plays an integral role in putting himself in position to make a play.
This can pull the bones out of alignment and lead to injury.
Pinpoint Laser Systems has introduced the Spindle Alignment Kit, Model PLS-SAK003, for use in factories and machine shops.
Eighteen American academics and researchers contribute 16 chapters describing the alignment model of teaching and learning, first introduced 20 years ago by Donald H.
That may be true, but the minimal number of relocated air travelers - estimated at only a few thousand a day - wouldn't put a dent into the congestion problems facing the city at large, nor would it justify the cost to build and operate the maglev alignment.