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a straight line through a body or figure that satisfies certain conditions

the main stem or central part about which plant organs or plant parts such as branches are arranged

in World War II the alliance of Germany and Italy in 1936 which later included Japan and other nations

a group of countries in special alliance

the 2nd cervical vertebra

the center around which something rotates

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In the end, the three pieces of paper form a line on the sagittal axis in front of the speaker.
Two referents displayed on the sagittal axis in front of the speaker, with speaker either touching or closely pointing Good Bad se(ni) (PX) sere (PX) sere (PX) se(ni) (PX) anything else sere (Px) se(ni) (PX) sere (PX) se(ni) (PX) (4:2) (4:2) (3:2) (3:2) (2:2) Table 3.
The forearm pronation and supination was calculated between the sagittal axis of the hand and the sagittal axis of the radius, where a positive value corresponded to a forearm pronation.
Speed discrimination stimuli were images of red square-shapes on a grey background presented moving along the sagittal axis at four different virtual velocities on a computer (PC) screen that represented the frontal plane (Table 1).
However, the absolute pull length, which was defined as the backward displacement of the hand from its most forward position to its most backward position on the sagittal axis relative to the water, increased significantly during breathing, by an average of 13%, when compared to breath-holding trials (Table 2).