right section

right section

[′rīt ′sek·shən]
(mathematics)
A plane section by a plane perpendicular to the elements of a given cylinder, or to the lateral faces of a given prism.
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No audition is required, but you may need to do a voice placement to make sure you are in the right section. For additional information check the website at festivalchorus.org or contact Marcy at president
Symptoms of gallstones include sudden pain in the middle or upper right section of your abdomen.
For an interactive fun experience, the 'Crazy Chicken' is the right section to visit while the Kids Driving School gives children "a feel of how is it like driving in your neighbourhood".
This often meant going to the library, finding the right section for the book required, opening the book and then READING IT.
On the right side of the monument is a large flat board inset with many words evoking causes of the strike and its legacy, including 'crucible', 'justice', 'freedom', 'war', and 'order' The two sections take awhile to read and require daylight, but at night the right section lights up and the numbers '1919' emerge.
Samsungs Family Hub Refrigerator is equipped with a 21.5-inch, full HD LCD screen on the upper right section of the door.
The curved right section of the display will operate independently from the main phone.
Despite physical impairments - the bullet damaged the right section of his brain, paralyzing his left arm, weakening his left leg, damaging his short-term memory and slurring his speech - Brady, along with his wife Sarah, began lobbying Congress to pass legislation that would require purchasers of handguns to undergo criminal background checks.
Grab a small portion of hair from the far side of the right section and cross it over to the left.
"It's a process within sea urchins called protein targeting, and we can learn from it so we know how to send the right treatment to the right section of the cell."