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horizontal

1. measured or contained in a plane parallel to that of the horizon
2. Economics relating to identical stages of commercial activity

horizontal

[‚här·ə′zänt·əl]
(science and technology)
Being in a plane perpendicular to the gravitational field, that is, perpendicular to a plumb line, at a given point on the earth's surface.

horizontal

At right angles to the direction of gravity; on the level; parallel to the horizon; neither vertical nor inclined.
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Huawei s innovative dual-beam antenna is also easy to deploy, as the antenna supports two horizontal beams with a width of 33 degrees, meaning the 6-sector network requires only three Huawei dual-beam antennas.
Firstly, most of the commonly-found stone is soft, porous and not good as a horizontal beam.
Model numbers are located on a plate on the swing's horizontal beam.
Mr Morgan was standing on a horizontal beam to guide the pile into position, when his foot became trapped between the sheet and the beam, injuring his left foot so seriously he later had it amputated.
Metal guardrails, consisting of [SIGMA]-shape metal posts and a protective W-shape horizontal beam (see Fig.
The system uses the robotic patient positioning system coupled with a fixed horizontal beam line.
Engineering technology of electronic-beam welding horizontal beam heavy carcass details from steel and titanium alloy, Moscow, number page (16)
The new model features two vertical arms on a single horizontal beam, where the primary robot grabs the part and the secondary robot picks the sprue.
Work on the runway and its associated exit points proceeded as expected and after the lighting work was completed, a mobile airfield light monitoring system (MALMS) test was carried out to check the accuracy of the average main beam intensity, the vertical beam alignment (elevation) error and the horizontal beam (azimuth) alignment error of the entire lighting pattern.
With other fall protection systems, two vertical stanchions posts are attached to a horizontal beam with a cable lifeline attached.
The festivities started at noon with the raising of the maypole, a tall wooden cross with two rings on each side of the horizontal beam.

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