Rotated


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Rotated

Refers to forms created by revolving a shape on an axis and duplicating it in another location with the same relationship to the central point; as the forms are rotated they may be transformed in some manner.
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We rotated the nocks on the bad arrows and found rotating the nock affected where the arrows hit down range.
Now do the same series of tests with the left arm held out straight in the same position (45 degrees up and rotated medially).
Keep adding shims until the secondary cage can be rotated a full turn without the laser spot moving from the center of the primary mirror.
The maxillary left canine could have been rotated slightly mesial in.
The table is then rotated 900 to present the core package and nozzle to the molten aluminum pump delivery system.
Under the rotating system, the federation chairmanship was rotated among the top executives of the Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi, DKB, Fuji Bank, Sakura Bank, Sanwa Bank and Sumitomo Bank.
Curiously, the polygons themselves rotated, although more slowly than their parent whirlpools.
Two calibrators of different diameters are mounted on a rotating holder: One is in operation while the other is prepared off-line and then rotated into position.
This was a far cry from an earlier design in which the pilot sat in the center of the craft while a giant ring rotor, supported by air bearings, rotated around the outside.