vertical lead

vertical lead

[′vərd·ə·kəl ′lēd]
(ordnance)
The vertical angle by which the gun must be moved from the line of position in order for the trajectory to pass through the target; it is the algebraic sum of the principal vertical deflection, the vertical pointing correction, and the superelevation.
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The other keynote speaker is Brad Wyman, Vertical Lead for Film, TV, Web, Media from Indiegogo, who will discuss opportunities to raise capital from wildly popular crowdfunding platforms with a focus on media and entertainment.
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The banking and financial services vertical leads in the adoption of Big Data.
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Viant's industry vertical leads, responsible for client delivery and business development, will now report directly to Bob Gett.