closing line

closing line

[′klōz·iŋ ‚līn]
(mechanics)
The vector required to complete a polygon consisting of a set of vectors whose sum is zero (such as the forces acting on a body in equilibrium).
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The closing lines of the medical report which I had read in Mr.
These included a seal bearing the common device of two doves drinking out of the same cup, and some sheets of blotting-paper, which had the impression on them of the closing lines of my writing in these pages traced during the past night.
At the end of the film, Warner's Porky Pig says the traditional closing line "That's All, Folks
Sometimes the best closing line is to simply and directly ask the customer if he or she is ready to buy.
Probably one of the most famous final lines in storytelling and of course, it's the closing line to this production of E Nesbit's The Railway Children.
Tenders are invited for primary current injection kit with measurement of circuit breaker opening/ closing line
A most memorable evening had by all and the closing line from the film as spoken by Vivien Leigh "After all tomorrow is another day"received a round of applause and cheers from a very happy full house.
And her closing line that appeared to have caused its ban is: "Sorry Coke and Pepsi.
The closing line summarized the story and the lesson quite well: "Life is not there for the taking, but for the sharing.
The crowd are expected to join in with the pop anthem, including its famous "naa, na, na, na na na na" closing line, the Daily Star reported.
Like when the Flintstones theme tune - closing line "we'll have a gay old time" - suddenly seemed to cast doubt on Fred and Barney's close friendship.
The rules established under Article 7, in particular the geographic limitations imposed by the semi-circle test and the twenty-four mile closing line rules, were designed to address all of the historic concerns about excessive bay claims in a much more simplified, efficient, and neutral way.