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meridional

1. along, relating to, or resembling a meridian
2. characteristic of or located in the south, esp of Europe
3. an inhabitant of the south, esp of France

meridional

[mə′rid·ē·ən·əl]
(geology)
Pertaining to longitudinal movements or directions, that is, northerly or southerly.
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On the other hand, by using the Poincare section method we have also studied the dynamics of the meridional orbits of stars in presence of the gravitational field of the galaxy models.
Grupo Meridional operates six hospitals in the state of Espirito Santo, providing urgent care and advanced treatments to patients.
Grupo Meridional operates six hospitals in the state of EspA-rito Santo, providing urgent care and advanced treatments to patients.
Esta regiao experimenta pisos altitudinais equivalentes a algumas regioes do oeste do Planalto Meridional e Vale do Rio Uruguai, contudo, apresentando menores biotemperaturas.
Otra indole de problematicas se impone al posicionar el trabajo de Meridional en el horizonte latinoamericano.
Figure 5 showed ID WAXS profiles along the meridional direction and the equatorial direction at different strains.
Thus it is imperative to adequately evaluate and manage blunt ocular trauma and identify not only equatorial ocular rupture, but meridional as well.
No statistically significant differences were found between the average preoperative and postoperative values of meridional and torsional power.
Pastor Perez y Giuseppe Cacciatore); c) el intercambio entre lo meridional y lo septentrional como tema en si mismo (Pablo Badillo O'Farrell, Antonio Robles Egea y Fulvio Tessitore).
In any event, Greenwich's supremacy took a while to catch on: other cities, notably Jerusalem, continued to be touted as alternatives and, for several decades, people around the globe stubbornly stuck to their local meridional guns regardless of what the boffins had decreed.
According to a paper published this week in the journal Science Advances said most climate models wrongly assume the relative stability of the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC).