nose height

nose height

[′nōz ‚hīt]
(anthropology)
The distance measured between the nasion and the subnasale.
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The lower center of gravity has also allowed the nose height to be brought down by 70mm and the rearmost section of the hood by 62mm, improving the driver s forward view.
It may be that simply securing a couple of pots filled with aromatic plants at nose height on your outside wall works best.
6l turbo V6 5 per season 600 bhp at 15,000 revs Fuel Capacity 150kg (approx but no limit) 100kg Energy recovery KERS 60kw 7 secs per lap ERS 150kw 30 secs per lap Exhaust Pipes 2 directed over rear body 1 angled up Gears 7 (forward) 8 (forward) Nose Height 550mm 135mm Front wing width 1800mm 1650mm
It suggests the lower nose height reduces the chances of the car being launched, such as the accident Mark had when he hit the back of Kovalainen a few years ago.
Other changes include new powertrain, narrow front wings, reduction in nose height and prohibition of exhaust blowing that will force the mechanics to do plenty of brain storming.
We'd rather put our faith in staying close to the pen, and running an electric fence wire at roughly 12 inches off the ground - fox nose height - around the perimeter.
Constant drills, including arduous leg exercises in which the limb was pressed against the wall at nose height for half an hour, reshaped boys' bodies into their roles.
Since scented plants need to be at nose height, it follows that the smallest of these, like crocus bulbs, primulas, alpine phloxes and dwarf shrubs such as daphne cneorum need to be lifted higher for their fragrance to be fully appreciated.
Hyacinths grow to around 30cm (12in) and look great in pots, but place the pot on a ledge at nose height if you can, so that every time you go out on the patio you'll get a waft of the delicious scent.
Hyacinths grow to around 30cm (12in) and look great planted in pots, but place the pot on a ledge at nose height if you can, so that every time you go out on the patio you'll get a waft of the delicious scent.
Photo: Pungent 'Spicy Globe' basil casts spell even faster at nose height.