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having no irregularities, roughness, or indentations

to make even, smooth, or level

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a level of existence or development

a power tool for smoothing or shaping wood

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cut or remove with or as if with a plane

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travel on the surface of water

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make even or smooth, with or as with a carpenter's plane

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having a surface without slope, tilt in which no part is higher or lower than another

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She added: "It was the first project where we managed to test out this one North Sea approach, taking away the median line.
The purpose of making the above reference is merely to point out that the position of the International Court is that a fair delimitation should not be exclusively based on the "median line".
The latter had entered a little to the left of the median line at the back of the head, had passed almost directly forwards through the center of the brain and lodged.
Similarly, households where income still falls but to a level above the shifted median line are no longer counted as poor.
"I haven t received a report that the activists have crossed the median line," the territorial border claimed by Japan, he said.
Technically speaking, the main argument of the Greek Cypriots for the delimitation of the maritime areas is a "median line." Agreements signed with both Egypt and Lebanon are based on this argument.
"To preserve fish stocks member states must be made responsible for their own fishing waters, up to the 200 mile limit, or the median line. Bi-lateral arrangements would be up to them and they would have to protect their own fish stocks in their own interests, under their laws and enforcement.
Under the agreements the Caspian Sea bottom and mineral resources are subjected to delimitation (on the median line principle) and the water surface remains in common use.
On what Okada has called ''obstructive behavior'' by a Chinese marine survey ship against a Japan Coast Guard vessel earlier this month, the ambassador said China does not accept the Japanese claim that the incident occurred within the Japanese side of the median line dividing the two countries' exclusive economic zones, noting that the dispute over the line has not been settled.
The point of divergence is: How to draw the median line, dividing the shelf in a satisfactory manner between Turkmenistan and Azerbaijan.
Average 11,49 12,28 11,30 12,35 Standard deviation 1,055 1,067 0,70 0,80 Median line 11,45 12,4 11,3 12,4 Minimal 8,6 9,2 10 11 Maximal 13,1 13,8 12,6 13,7 Amplitude 4,5 4,6 2,6 2,7 The first quartile 10,95 11,8 10,83 11,7 The third quartile 12,35 13 11,8 13 Variability coefficient 9,18 8,69 6,21 6,54 Standard error 0,23 0,23 0,15 0,18 Dispersion 1,11 1,14 0,49 0,65 Trust level (95%) 0,49 0,49 0,32 0,37 Statistic parameters Handball Control T.I.
Located close to Glitne on the UK/Norway median line, the Enoch oil field began production in May 2007 through a single sub-sea well, tied back to the Marathon-operated Brae 'A' platform.
Destructive lesions of the median line secondary to cocaine abuse.
During the nadir of the Sino-Japanese relationship, in April 2005, Tokyo announced its decision to proceed with exploratory drilling near the median line, escalating bilateral tensions.
In February, there was a report that a Chinese marine scientific research ship was spotted in the area near the Diaoyu/Senkaku Islands in the East China Sea, an area which is unilaterally declared by Japan as the Japanese side of the median line. The Japanese Government lodged an official protest with its Chinese counterpart.