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circular movement around a point or about an axis

occurrence in successive turns

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(mathematics) a transformation in which the coordinate axes are rotated by a fixed angle about the origin

a planned recurrent sequence (of crops or personnel etc.)

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The algorithm followed for Clockwise and Counter-Clockwise rotations was as under, If ( Quadrant=1st OR Quadrant=4th)
If all R(x) for any x are small-angle rotations, products of matrices relating to R(x) become commutative and ln [DELTA]R is written from (5) as
The most commonly used crop rotations covering large areas in Turkey are wheat-fallow, wheat-chickpea and wheat-wheat.
Although a thickened CHL that covers the rotator interval has been understood to limit shoulder joint external rotation [7], thickening of the ligament, especially from the base of the coracoid process to the superomedial capsule, would also restrict internal rotation such as hand behind back (HBB), horizontal flexion, and internal rotation in flexion or abduction.
A recent change to our medical school curriculum was to add a mandatory 1-week clinical rotation in urology to the surgical clerkship beginning in the 2013-2014 academic year.
Among the attempted instrumental rotations, 299 (90%) were successful.
The use of specific crop and cover crop rotations may also be used to control pests through allelopathy an interference interaction in which a plant releases into the environment a compound that inhibits or stimulates the growth or development of other organisms.
Managing clinical rotations in a manner more efficient and compliant to both professional and legal aspects proves quite challenging to most medical and educational institutions.
TUESDAY, July 2, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- Shorter rotations in intensive care units can mitigate burnout among physicians, according to a study published online June 25 in the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine.
Increasing crop diversity through crop rotations can be an option for enhancing crop productivity and soil and environmental quality (Tautges et al.
Another complexity is the fact pilots can opt out of using runways scheduled for nighttime rotation. This happened during test rotations in 2017 and 2016 when O'Hare's longest runway, stretching 13,000 feet, was often preferred for takeoffs by international cargo jets, creating a din over suburbs like Wood Dale.
In a four stroke engine, two complete rotations of a crankshaft are required for one rotation of camshaft, thus opening the engine valves after every two crankshaft rotations.
Misleading practices arise from interpreting the three measured angular velocities as being sequential, that is, Euler rotations. As the three angular velocities that a 3D gyroscope provides represent simultaneous rotations, in general, the use of Euler angles introduces a systematic error in the calculated angular orientation.
There are a variety of crop rotations recommended by various authors or gardening groups, and, of course, many gardeners practice a haphazard form of crop rotation --simply avoiding planting the same thing twice in a row.