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Here our coordinate system has the origin at the center of the undefleeted membrane with the negative z' direction toward the ground plate and the r' [theta]'-plane is in the plane of the undeflected membrane.
Listening to former British prime minister Tony Blair on Iraq last week, one heard the same undeflected certainty in defiance of the facts.
Prior to that time, the standard reference point for taking seat dimensions was the "seat reference point" (SRP) located on the lateral seat centerline at the bight of the undeflected seat contour.
That phenomenon, Heinz and his colleagues recognized, could give astronomers an opportunity to use the geometry of the rings and a time delay between deflected and undeflected X-rays to calculate the distance to Circinus X-1, a measurement previously unobtainable because the supernova is hidden in the dust that permeates the plane of our galaxy.
If the antihydrogen atoms had an electric charge, the field would deflect them, whereas neutral atoms would be undeflected.
It expresses "the notion that what is to be applied to a multiplicity of different persons is the same general rule, undeflected by prejudice, interest, or caprice.
To compare jumps performed with different grip heights the pole chord length at maximum pole bend was also expressed as a percentage of the undeflected pole chord length.
L] Poisson ratio v Table 3: Dimensional variables Gap between deflected blade and substrate B Gap between free end of blade (e= 0) and substrate B(0) Gap between undeflected blade position and substrate [B.
Looking past the present-day violence of radical Muslims, we see that, in the long run, the great struggle within Islam is to return to its spiritual roots undeflected by empire, tribe, or rigid legal norms.
Another is a plastic spring that, to avoid stress relaxation, must remain undeflected most of the time, yet provide high force when deflected.
Magnetic anomalies of the oceanic crust continue undeflected across the chains, proving their near-ridge origin.