row pitch

row pitch

[′rō ‚pich]
(computer science)
The distance between the centerlines of adjacent rows of holes in punched cards and paper tapes.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The DfA check covers pin pitch (FIGURE 1), row pitch (FIGURE 2), pin type, component spacing, pin toe and heel (FIGURE 3), pin width (FIGURE 4) and overall assembly review.
Cookies are traditionally deposited in straight rows across the band at a row pitch equivalent to the cookie diameter plus separation.
When the Tongan back row pitched up with his English-born wife at National Two South outfit Worthing that was by no means certain.
The row pitched local objectors and some AMs against the developers, the WRU and the leaders of Bridgend council.
This latest row pitches Hoddle into fresh conflict with Ferguson after their World Cup bust-up over Beckham - and it raises serious new issues over the controversial methods used by the England coach to extract every ounce from his players.
The charge for prime positions in the front row will be greater than for back row pitches.
A modest set of back row pitches - enough to guarantee you four or five meetings a week - will cost around pounds 150,000, rising to pounds 500,000 for prime locations.