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.
And I'm sure I detected a hint of dread in Caroline's voice as she read her closing line on the night: "Love Island will be here for the next six weeks.
Partly as a lark, when Christopher was 2, Milne wrote a poem about his son titled "Vespers,'' with the silly closing line, "Hush
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 email closing line is, "I look forward to working with you (both) and helping to plan for your long-term care issues.
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 products can be dropped either into the moving flights of an end load cartoner infeed, or directly into a top load carton as part of a forming, filling and closing line.
With a storyteller's delivery, Schara is probably best known for his classic closing line, "Introduce a kid to the great outdoors.
For games where lines are set, we obtain both the opening line quoted by bookmakers and the closing line quoted just before the game begins.