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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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Between Basima and Burhan, the western alignment passes through Surab, Quetta, Zhob and D.I.
The grounds for this claim are as follows: First, the all-party conference held at the Prime Minister House on May 28, 2015 concluded that the western alignment of CPEC would be built first.
However, for anyone using a fork-mounted telescope (or any equatorial mount that lacks a polar scope), polar alignment is not so straightforward.
Some Go To mounts have polar alignment routines as part of their firmware.
In this section, we can see from a theoretical aspect that the quality of the underlying word alignments has a strong influence both on performances of phrases table and phrase-based SMT system.
Strategies for assessing pelvic alignment in dancers have been evolving over the past 15 years.
In early 2018, Alignment Simple Solutions was awarded their first GSA MAS award contract to supply Military and Government agencies with the various QuickTrick product solutions.
The one-step global optimization system is part of the vendor's offering of photonics alignment engines ranging from software-driven stage solutions to integrated sixaxis hexapod micro-robots with built-in alignment functionality.
For the strapdown inertial navigation system (SINS), the purpose of alignment is to obtain the rotation matrix between the body frame and navigation frame.
A good postoperative alignment is the foundation of achieving satisfactory treatment results and longevity of the prostheses.[sup][1],[2] In conventional TKA, bone cutting is guided by an intramedullary (IM) system on the femoral side and an extramedullary (EM) system on the tibial side.
A lot of literature has been devoted to coarse alignment methods.
In order to ensure the high efficiency of the automatic assembly equipment and successful mating during the assembly operation, the efforts have been made in the area of the parts alignment research and development of the assembly devices, as well as various alignment and insertion strategies.