latitude line

latitude line

[′lad·ə‚tüd ‚līn]
(navigation)
A line of position extending in an approximate east-west direction.
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With the new Latitude line, we are delivering commercial devices employees will desire for being thinner, lighter and more capable than ever without compromising on the security and manageability requirements of IT.
Dell's support service, ProSupport Plus for PCs and Tablets is available with the new Latitude line.
With the new Latitude line, we are delivering commercial devices employees will desire for being thinner, lighter and more capable than many of the most popular consumer products without compromising on the security and manageability requirements of IT", Schell added.
The sun's rays are directly overhead along the Tropic of Cancer (the latitude line at 23.
It's the brightest star that ever passes nearly straight overhead as seen from near the populous 40[degrees] latitude line on Earth.
Spike Reid, a design for industry graduate and the former president of Northumbria's Students' Union, drove 22,000 miles, following the latitude line of 50 north, to find out how climate change is affecting different communities around the world.
Among the models in the redesigned Latitude line is the E4200, an ultraportable PC that is the smallest commercial notebook the company has ever made, at 12.
Bethan Gwanas, from Dolgellau, made a television series for S4C last year following the 52 degrees north latitude line from Wales around the globe.
We chalked the wildlife experiences up to a different hemisphere and latitude line.
And if you follow the latitude line from Boston around the world, New Hampshire is on the same line as Madrid
Sailing on a Spanish naval ship in the summer of 1992, the oceanographers followed the latitude line of 24 [degrees] N, taking measurements every 60 kilometers.
Dell recently introduced new mobile data security solutions for its Latitude line of laptops.