cutaway drawing


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cutaway drawing

A pictorial representation of an object, showing its interior as if a slice of the object had been removed.
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The prospectors have a treasure map, a copy of a three-millennia-old cutaway drawing of mine tunnels used during the 1350 BC-1205 BC reign of King Seti I.
While most would assume the "silos" to be the storehouses of wheat that feeds the world, the book's front cover, with its imposing cutaway drawing of an underground Titan missile complex, immediately declares otherwise (that Titans were never deployed in the northern Great Plains warrants but passing mention).
All readers, but especially scale-model enthusiasts, aviation designers, and aviation historians, will appreciate the vast amount of detail on aerodynamics and construction features offered by this indispensable account, augmented by rare photos, cutaway drawings, sketches, and layouts.
The other strips and cutaway drawings of steam turbines and aircraft carriers were fine in their own way.