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.
Forewing ground color blackish brown; a white triangular patch at costal margin between postmedial and subterminal lines; basal line black, poorly discernible; antemedial line black, excurved to orbicular spot, then incurved to inner margin; medial line black, excurved to reniform spot, then incurved to inner margin; postmedial line black and wavy, excurved to M2, then arc-shaped and incurved to inner margin; subterminal line poorly discernible, similar zigzag; terminal line black and wavy; cilia blackish brown; reniform spot short and small, wedge-shaped; orbicular spot black and round.
Total quantity or scope: Estimated requirements for terminal line
Status: The $832 million Populus to Terminal line, energized November 2010, was the first

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