vertical deviation

vertical deviation

[′vərd·ə·kəl ‚dē·vē′ā·shən]
(ordnance)
In antiaircraft artillery, the distance between the target and the point of burst in the plane normal to the line of position along a line perpendicular to the lateral deviation.
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If we were to reposition the head to what we believe is a normal posture with the patient fixating in the primary position, it will increase the measurement of the vertical deviation and may lead the patient to experience diplopia.
The technology we have enables us to drill with a vertical deviation of up to 15,000 metres.
When a vertical deviation is greatest in adduction (overelevation in adduction), the primary oblique muscle overaction could be the commonest cause [19].
5-inch sunlight readable liquid crystal display (LCD) with built-in GPS, G5 displays attitude, ground track, altitude, airspeed, groundspeed, vertical speed, slip/skid, course (lateral) deviation, vertical deviation and incorporates a dedicated HSI page.
Most HSIs have vertical deviation indicator pointers (VDIs) on one or both edges of the display that drop into view when a valid glideslope signal is received.
The Cadre group showed slightly higher vertical deviation at near than the Control group as time progressed.
Indications for surgery are vertical deviation in primary gaze, deviation-induced amblyopia, diplopia in primary gaze, and restricted binocular fields.
Krimsky and PBCT was done with base up prisms which confirmed vertical deviation of 10 pd.
Emission series under transmitter power 2W: a) from 22h 34m till 22h at 37 m, at 0[degrees] vertical deviation b) from 22h 37m till 22h 39m, at +1[degrees] vertical deviation c) from 22h 39m till 22h 43m, at +3[degrees] vertical deviation, aimed to receive the signal reflected from the adjacent rocks (~ 50 m) and the ice cap (~ 500 m).
Vertical deviation from the center indicates a too-high or too-low comb.
44 Mag, a 75-yard zero allows point-blank shooting to 100 yards--given a maximum vertical deviation of three inches.

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