index line

index line

[′in‚deks ‚līn]
(mathematics)
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By clicking an index row, you can look at the context of the specific text of the index line.
The rear sight aperture can be adjusted from zero to 16 clicks (each of which also represent 1 MOA) to the right or left of the center index line by rotating the windage knob on the right side.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-March 3, 2014--S&P Dow Jones Indices expands commodity index line
M2 EQUITYBITES-March 3, 2014--S&P Dow Jones Indices expands commodity index line
Before the Nottingham action, Anderson's seriess bowling index line was 255-270 - with ten points awarded for a wicket and a 25-point bonus for each fivewicket return.
With regard to the final data on the US GDP for the first quarter, the index line with expectations: at the level of 1.
Nevertheless the returns from averaging into the red index line exceed those of the black line by 10% outright.
They would scrap the new deal and are trying to conthe pensioners, saying they would restore the index line.
As d is calculated to be 10 km, a line is drawn from 10 km through 40 m to the index line.
The October Index line that Hancock's letter attempts to correct states that on average the Concorde flew 4.
To reduce cognitive load, each page follows the same presentation template: navigational text line, visual orientation banner, scope of page, alphabetical index line, and list of main subject headings.