strong axis

strong axis

The major principle axis of a cross section.
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They've still got a long way to go to convince Ed Woodward to keep his chequebook in his pocket come the summer, but they're a strong axis to see United through until the end of the season.
Since its creation in 2014, Valbiotis has made the intestinal microbiota a strong axis of its R and D strategy for the prevention of metabolic diseases.
However, Pakistan's dependence on Western arm supplies had already built a strong axis between the Western powers and the country's armed forces.
China and Russia form the center of an increasingly strong axis of states whose watchword is routine opposition to Washington's policies.
We won 15 games in a row but then we have lost against an incredibly strong Italian side, with a strong axis and two great strikers.
We won 15 games in a row but lost today against an incredibly strong Italian side, with a strong axis and two great strikers," The Daily Mirror quoted Low, as saying.
The focal point of the office, visible as soon as you step off the elevator, is a large, centrally located glass conference room creating a strong axis through the reception area.
Since the 1979 Islamic revolution Syria and Iran have established a strong axis in the region defying western powers and their interests in the area.
Stressing that they considered the threats against Iraq as threats against Turkey, Davutoglu said that Turkey and Iraq would be a very strong axis.
Davutoglu stressing that they considered the threats against Iraq as threats against Turkey, Davutoglu said that Turkey and Iraq would be a very strong axis. AaAaAaAaAaAaAaAa
The concept set out by the Masterplan outlines a strong axis across the site, connecting LB Brent's 'three station strategy' which links the underground and overground stations throughout Wembley.