upper surface


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the side that is uppermost

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As a result, 40 people including women and children were seriously injured and pulled out of the bus after chopped off the upper surface of bus.
The space elevator tower has a segmented structure, formed of pressurised cells, while payloads would be launched from a pad or runway on the upper surface of the top segment of the structure.
The Winglets reduce the drag caused by wingtip vortices, the twin tornados formed by the difference between the pressure on the upper surface of an airplane's wing and that on the lower surface.
Deep invaginations are present on the upper surface and pointed prickles can be observed on the ribs of upper surface.
The assemblies include an artificial nail sized to correspond to at least a portion of the natural nail, a one-piece application tab assembly temporarily adhered to the upper surface of the artificial nail, an attachment portion that has a clingy portion with sufficient tackiness to temporarily adhere to said upper surface; and a body portion that can be grasped by a user to manipulate the application tab assembly and artificial nail.
Cats can smell with something called the "Jacobson's organ", located in the upper surface of their mouths.
Farmers should then apply water on its upper surface.
Locate the position of the stud on the upper surface of the barrel with a red wax marker.
The tongues of many mammals have a rough upper surface.
The belt inspection system is set to feature three-dimensional vision to monitor 100% of the upper surface of the belt to reduce defects, ultimately increasing quality control.
In geology, what is the mantle's upper surface also known as?
It is possible that cold spots exist on the upper surface of the wing tanks with temperatures close to the static air temperatures down to -70C, rather than the higher theoretical total air temperatures incorporating a frictional heating contribution.
The rare target cells (with magnetic beads attached) are attracted to the upper surface of the cartridge, while the remaining cells (without magnetic beads) flow into a waste well.
Current predictions are for the 'saturation horizon' for aragonite to reach the upper surface layers of the Southern Ocean by 2050 in winter and by 2100 year round," explains the report's co-author Dorothee Bakker.
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