The lumbar fibres of iliocostalis lumborum and longissimus thoracis are more angulated relative to the vertebral column than the multifidus or the upper erector spinae, with a substantial increase in obliquity
towards the L4-L5 region (Macintosh and Bogduk 1991).
2) Compute the statistical histogram parameters of the image inside the buffer for each spectral band (R, G, B) (Liu & Mason, 2009): mean m, standard deviation o, obliquity
L, the floor for the main zone of the histogram [[pi].
Therefore, an alternative approach entails obtaining an obliquity
of approximately 45 degrees contralateral to the side of injection.
Principal Component analyses were conducted with Promax rotation for the total sample and for each age group, with the obliquity
parameter set to 0 in a two step procedure: (a) using the 16 facets of Temperament; and (b) using the Character dimensions.
Henke, for example, notes that "Duffy adopts a stance of deliberate obliquity
by replicating his own mirror image in Emily's adoring gaze" (1990, 35).
Meredith, rather, adopts obliquity
, preferring a metaphor that conflates magic and economics and leaves unstated what is "basest":
If there are palpable signs of guile or obliquity
in a child character, it is necessary to examine how they contribute to the particular dramatic context.
The resulting style is one of great difficulty, compression, and obliquity
, which demands and receives from Betz much "patient exegesis" (204), though inevitably, with a writer so elusive, Betz is occasionally impatient in his paraphrases--above all when he replaces Hamann's own words with a vocabulary of nihilism that is alien to him (though prominent in Jacobi, Hegel, Kierkegaard, Nietzsche, and Heidegger).
Appendixes provide further information on Maxwell's equations, polarization theory, complex-variable algebra, complex reflection coefficients and multipath effects, radomes, far-zone range-approximation and phase error, radiating near and far fields and the obliquity
factor, path length differences from a planar aperture, and effects of random aperture phase errors.
Meanwhile, the Dataigou mine has features of deep-buried depth, wide-spread ore body, steep obliquity
and big scale of ore body.
6 Ma to 900 ka BP, when the 40 000 year obliquity
(tilt) cycle dominated, the loess units are relatively thin, and soils are less well developed.
The x-ray beam was maintained in the same angle and position as for the lateral views, and an approximately 10[degrees] obliquity
in the craniocaudal and ventrodorsal direction resulted from the bird's stance on the perching stick (Fig 2).