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center line

[′sen·tər ‚līn]
(computer science)
(engineering)
A line that represents an axis of symmetry on a plane figure such as a plan for a structure or a machine.

center line

A line representing an axis of symmetry; usually shown on drawings as a broken line.
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Center Line Data, based in Denver, Colorado, provides well log digitising software and services and has 36 employees.
The company said that the 36 staff of Center Line will become employees of TGS' Geological Products and Services division.
2: Lay out the center lines of each design element.
Police did not know what caused Mayfield to cross the center line.
The company says the new gear reducers have the input and output shaft on the same center line for easy alignment and maximum space savings.
The miracles started happening when the jump ball was banished, a center line was drawn, and the players started growing taller, muscular, faster, and more acrobatic.
In some parts of the country, rules were eventually changed to allow one player on each team to go over the center line.
Hotze, a Religious Right activist who has great influence over state and local politics in Texas, was arrested last October after a police officer spotted his car weaving across the center line of a road.
2 LINE THE COMPASS POINT UP ON ONE OF THE FOUR CENTER POINTS AND DRAW A LINE THAT IS SLIGHTLY ABOVE THE CENTER LINE.
At the barre, in the center, and later onstage, front and back continue to refer to the center line of the body.
The regular ICIP benefits also exclude parcels if any part lies above the center line of 59th Street.
I thought I was getting a ticket for using the center line markers to practice my giant slalom technique.

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