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We consider the cases when the dipole is axially (z-), angularly ([phi]-), and radially ([rho]-) oriented with respect to the body (Figure 5).
Gonostyli with long, apically enlarged capitulum (in dorsal view), bearing a plate-shaped lateral tooth; hind margin of gonostylus angularly concave, caudo-dorsal angle right.
The profile of the broken symphysis is slightly angularly raised with respect to the mandible.
The corrected angularly transformed percent mortality data were analysed by one-way analysis of variance (ANOVA).
Prosthetic component malalignment in the coronal and sagittal planes is detectable by the user when [greater than or equal to] 3[degrees] angularly or [greater than or equal to] 10 mm linearly [25].
Up front is Skoda's smarter corporate grille, flanked by angularly confident headlights and sitting above a full width air intake.
Up front is Skoda's smarter corporate grille, flanked by angularly con-fident headlights and sitting above a full width air intake.
For this test, prevalence data was previously transformed angularly (arc sine) and samples of hosts were separated into standard length classes (Zar, 2010).
Standard qualifications tests per ASTM D4161 require the joint to withstand a two times pressure class test and a partial vacuum both while in an angularly deflected alignment and under severe shear load to assure an absolutely water tight joint.
Segmentation was done angularly, by a simple greedy algorithm: the angle to each stroke was measured from the estimated clock center, the angular differences ordered, and the (up to) 12 largest angular differences taken as segmentation points.
(32) The truth was, however, that it had already led to a sharp spat as early as 1924, when the government of the Irish Free State insisted on submitting to the League for registration the 1921 agreement angularly entitled Articles of Agreement for a Treaty between Great Britain and Ireland.
His beaklike nose extends in a continuous arc from his large brow and balding forehead, contrasting with the images of the visibly white clients' noses, which all protrude angularly from their faces.
In general, the ceramic cross-sections showed dominant quartz, plagioclase and K-feldspars that were uniformly distributed throughout the ceramic fabric and often had a bimodal grain-size (typically < 50 [micro]m and 100-300 [micro]m), which together with the occurrence of angularly shaped larger grains suggest excessive tempering.
Antenna with A4 as long as A2-A3 combined, 2.15x as long as wide, angularly dilated at midlength on inner side; A5 half as long as A4; A6 1.6x as long as A5; A7-A9 almost equal, each very slightly longer and wider than A6, 2.5x as long as wide; A10 1.55x as long as A9; flagellar pubescence 0.6x width of segments.