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FIGURE 2 shows an oblique view x-ray image of correctly reflowed BGA solder joints.
Stevens revealed that Smart was walking around in the locker room after the game, but the team has now confirmed that he suffered a partial avulsion of his left oblique abdominal muscle of his iliac crest that will keep him out for at least four to six weeks.
Bilateral 0-degree (sagittal) and 30degree oblique sagittal scanning sectional areas of RCPma and OCIwas imaged by T2-weighted scanning as stipulated by Xu et al.
"For example, with Nearmap Oblique images, government organizations conducting property appraisal can accurately value property using measurement and detailed, tilt-angled perspectives.
Fung et al., "Retroperitoneal oblique corridor to the L2-S1 intervertebral discs in the lateral position: an anatomic study," Journal of Neurosurgery: Spine, vol.
Nearmap has launched a national survey program providing true, high-resolution oblique imagery and derivative 3-D products.
The plurality of this oblique noun is precisely what interferes in the agreement relation and finally "illegally attracts [plural] agreement on the verb" (Acuna-Farina 2009, 392), with the subsequent subject-verb disagreement and the ungrammatical outcome.
The natural frequency of a cracked beam can be obtained via the application of different boundary conditions, but the influence of the oblique crack angle on the natural frequency of the beam is often neglected.
This study compared the effect of various bite forces (vertical force, horizontal force, and oblique force) on deformation and stress distributions around the implant.
In a brief radio briefing Saturday morning, Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella clarified the President did not in any way praise Hitler as a role model in his remarks that he said were 'oblique' or skewed explanations of what he meant.
In the female larynx, it was present unilaterally on the left oblique line of thyroid lamina.
Oblique Shock waves and normal shocks are very small regions in the gas where the gas properties change by a large amount.