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the extent of something from side to side

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the extent of something from side to side

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The longer lead allows the auxiliary channel to be included, while the width of the solids bed in the primary channel remains unchanged.
Treatments were all combinations of surface tillage (disked or no surface tillage), spring deep tillage (deep tilled or no deep tillage before soybean planting), row width culture (production practices for row widths of 76 or 19 cm), and fall deep tillage (deep tilled with a four-shanked ParaTill prior to wheat planting or no deep tillage).
Most of the previous numerical simulations (3-7) of the film-casting process were assumed to have no flow in the width direction.
After the cutting bill is entered, hitting the F6-Board Stock key brings up an input screen accepting data to describe distribution of board widths in the lumber to be processed.
Dental arch width and mandibular-maxillary base widths in Class II malocclusion between early mixed and permanent dentitions.
Five measurements were obtained on each bird (Fig 2): 1) Width of the cardiac silhouette at its widest point (distance between points 5 and 6), 2) width of the sternum at the same level as the cardiac width (distance between points 3 and 4), 3) width of the thoracic cavity (coelomic cavity) at the same level as the cardiac width (distance between points 1 and 2), 4) width of the coracoid immediately caudal to its articular surface with the humerus (distance between points 7 and 8), and 5) width of the hepatic silhouette at its widest point (distance between points 9 and 10).
The individual mesiodistal width of maxillary and mandibular incisors was measured from the anatomical contact points using electronic digital calipers (Mitutoyo, Japan) with 0.01 mm sensitivity, held parallel to the occlusal plane (1), and the sum of mesiodistal widths of maxillary and mandibular incisors was obtained to be considered as the actual sum of widths, while the calculated widths were obtained using Tonn's and Abhi's methods.
Regression analysis was performed to find the relationship of maxillary central incisor width to inner canthal distance both of which were measured by vernier calipers in patients having no facial or dental deformaties.
It is found that the near-field distribution with slowly decreasing magnitude and rapidly varying phase has wide beam widths.
Focusing on three Balmer hydrogen-line equivalent widths, we obtained data from the Be Star Spectra Database from May 2001 to August 2014 in order to determine a trend in the equivalent width measurements of Delta Scorpius.
Branded under Fasson Advantage service offerings, Fasson Ready Width delivers narrow slit widths with low minimum order quantities on prime, variable and specialty products.
Catbridge Machinery is a leader in the development of non-woven laminating lines built to widths of four meters to laminate, slit and continuously rewind.
Separate bars are given for SAS and SATA with narrow (x1) links and wide links of widths 2, 4, and 8 (x2, x4, x8).
4) ST 21--1 1/2 unit (2 thumb widths) lateral to either side of CV12.
The use of striped-parity arrays such as RAID-5 with high-capacity drives and/or with large stripe widths (high drive numbers) presents issues with regard to providing continuous performance, both from an availability and performance standpoint.