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subvertical

The upright member in a subdivided panel of a truss running from midpanel point to the chord.
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The faults are characterized by subvertical dips, 2 to 4 m-wide fault gouge and breccia, extensive damage zones, linear surface depressions over the fault core, and evidence of strike-slip movement.
Pelvic fin inserted subvertical through pectoral-fin insertion, first ray longest, reaching up to midway of anal fin.
49); lateral marginal fringes flat, impunctate; disc elevated, punctate, apically produced in a smooth, diagonal or subvertical spine (details unknown).
Relatively short and very broad, tip slightly angularly rounded; veins chestnut-brown, membrane very faintly infuscate brown throughout, very slightly darker in medial region of r1 and in region of dm-cu crossvein; dm-cu crossvein subvertical, with indentation in basal half; haltere pale yellow.
Importantly, the underground trial mining to date has been based on German lode, but with the Mount made up of some 15 parallel subvertical lodes that are open in all directions and at depth, there is massive upside for additional high-grade reserves.
The smectite adjacent the wall rock on either side of the subvertical fracture shown in Fig.
The veins cut a subvertical granite dyke that intrudes the schist succession.
The Johvi magnetite quartzites occur as subvertical beds in garnet-cordierite or pyroxene gneisses.
A second subvertical set was less well developed, having an irregular, rough-surfaced trace and more random orientation.
The data, graphics and analysis provide insight into outsourcing activity within the Oil & Gas Operations vertical and subvertical levels, including 'Oil & Gas Operations' and 'Oil Services & Equipment'.
Female: pale (probably orange in life) with faint, subvertical series of dark spots (one on each scale of dorsal half of body, and each dark spot formed as cluster of minute melanophores).