head height

head height

[′hed ‚hīt]
(anthropology)
Average perpendicular distance between the tragion point and the mid-longitudinal line on top of the head, measured on both sides, when the head is positioned so that the line between the tragion point and the bottom of the bony orbit is horizontal.
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The waterer isn't designed to hang, so be sure to perch it atop a bucket or block to place the nipples at or just above head height for your birds.
Thousands of friends and volunteers who joined in ploughed through thick scrub, including brambles at head height, and took part in online appeals and gave out flyers asking for information.
The most important factor to consider is head height.
21 poll on Twitter , Nelson asked his followers from what height they usually dropped their phones and offered the responses of knee height, waist height, chest height and head height.
Overall, the mean of populations for head height width, proboscis length, thorax length, abdomen length, fore wing length width, cubital index, hind wing length width, number of hamuli, coxa length, trochanter length, femur length, tibia length and metatarsus length width were found to be 3.
While prior studies on SPR joints between metals and fiber reinforced composites focused on the joint quality affected by die geometry [18], in-plane distance between the rivets [19], and oil pressure in a hydraulic system [20,21], no literature is available on the strength and fatigue performance of SPR joints in composites and metals with consideration of the rivet head height (and corresponding extent of rivet engagement).
One was a taut line of wool strung across the trail at head height.
Another key is to make the most of the space that doesn't give you sufficient head height to walk around in.
Any of these are perfect swinging at head height around the area where you barbecue.
Despite the defenders hand being above head height Referee David Ricketts waved away the appeals and the chance was gone.