Oblique Line


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Oblique Line

 

A line is oblique to a line l if it intersects l at an angle not equal to a right angle. A line is oblique to a plane if it intersects this plane at an angle not equal to a right angle.

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In relation to the oblique line, the foramen thyroideum was found in two positions, which were above (Six cases) and below (One case).
2] represents that of a target moving towards the radar, and it appears as an oblique line having a positive slope.
The idea was tested in Japan on a JEOL machine in 1976 and it worked, so the JEOL 5A was the first machine to incorporate this oblique line writing facility.
The kitchen sink is in the living/dining end of the apartment, and in the larger units the end of the room furthest from the entrance of the gallery can be curtained off to make a bedroom wedge-shaped in plan, for a track may be fitted on the ceiling for this curtain, following the oblique line of the wall of the compartment, projected to the window wall.
The flower water-colors of the '20s are courageously dismissed as mediocre and mercenary; the quarrel with Theo van Doesburg is thoroughly revisited (we learn that the latter's use of the oblique line, until now thought to be the main cause of the dispute, was rather an effect of the rift); and numerous other issues are handled with brio, but on the whole the work-by-work readings that were so engaging in the first part of the book are scarce in this later one.
The flower water-colors of the '20s are courageously dismissed as mediocre and mercenary; the quarrel with Then van Doesburg is thoroughly revisited (we learn that the latter's use of the oblique line, until now thought to be the main cause of the dispute, was rather an effect of the rift); and numerous other issues are handled with brio, but on the whole the work-by-work readings that were so engaging in the first part of the book are scarce in this later one.
It's a form that was introduced in the 4th Hijri century with its curved, oblique lines and elegant cursive script replacing the straight angular form of Kufic, still used by many calligraphers to this day as their preferred form of calligraphy.
Functioning almost as three-dimensional wallpaper, the thin string circled around small brass nails, creating oblique lines that ran parallel to or across one another, outlining diamond shapes.
In this paper we consider the more general question in which a function of interest is revolved around oblique lines y = mx + [beta] (which we will refer to as axes of revolution and as minimal lines throughout this paper).
In the first case, the CRP shows oblique lines that reveal matches between the two versions, but in the second this pattern does not appear.
Graphs, composed of many oblique lines, indicate a circuit.
Untitled (Rhomboid) is made up of oblique lines that form a series of rhomboid shapes.