terminal line


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terminal line

[′tərm·ən·əl ‚līn]
(mathematics)
One of the two rays that form an angle and may be regarded as having been rotated about a fixed point on another line (the initial line) to form the angle.
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On forewing, a silvery streak (or bifurcate silvery streak) over white claviform stigma; basal and antemedial lines white; medial line faint; postmedial line brown or dark brown with white at posterior part; subterminal line brown, dark color at front; terminal line brown.
Three terminal line data Branch: length [Z.sub.d] [Z.sub.0] [km] [[OMEGA]] [[OMEGA]] Plomin--Junction point 33,1 1,832 + j13,83 2 + j39,85 Vincent--Junction point 4,34 2,92 + j10,17 04 + j26,1 Sijana--Junction point 0,11 1,214 + j4,22 41 + j10,8 Tab.
* Enabled conversion of the EtherCAT protocol to multimode glass fiber technology within a terminal line.
QGPC's term clients have complained since 1995 that Qatar Land had mercaptans, a serious quality problem, because the crude is loaded from the same terminal line at Umm Said as that for condensate exports.
Forewing ground color blackish brown with an obviously triangular patch between medial and subterminal lines; basal line black, just represented at front part; antemedial line black and wavy, inconspicious, excurved to orbicular spot, then incurved to inner margin; medial line black, poorly discernible and sinuated, excurved to reniform spot, then incurved to inner margin; postmedial line black, sinuated and strongly excurved to [M.sub.1], then incurved to inner margin; subterminal line poorly discernible, black and zigzag; terminal line black and wavy; cilia blackish brown; reniform spot short and small, wedge-shaped; orbicular spot black circle.

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