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time line

[′tīm ‚līn]
(fluid mechanics)
A line of tracers in a fluid, produced by a voltage or laser-beam pulse, whose deformation follows the contour of the local velocity profile.
(geology)
A line that indicates equal geologic age in a correlation diagram.
A rock unit represented by a time line.
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Developed by Dr Tad James, and first written about in 1988 in his book; "Time Line Therapy[R] and The Basis of Personality", Time Line Therapy[R] techniques enable you to remove the negative impact of issues from your past, thus allowing you to move forward towards your goals and desires.
In a small group interview, three fifth graders pored over a time line in The History of Us.
The "Out" stunt dictates that the ball-defender (either TW3 or WW2) must again "fan" the ballhandler down his sideline and look for a trap rotating up from the time line with his teammate on the same side of the floor.
This packaged program was created by the Metropolitan Museum of Art and includes (in a sturdy tote box) a 167-page book, CD-ROM, posters, time line, maps and 40 slides.
Remember, you can take control of your future only when you fully understand the powerful forces that guide your life - and using your time line report, you'll be able to choose your options and change your life for the better.
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Learn all about organ transplants with facts, stories, a time line, and quiz
The Avid software marks the time line consistently (24 frames, 30 frames, even 25 frames for the European PAL standard) across all elements for ease of matching.
When Symantec acquired Time Line nine years ago, the product was the undisputed leader in the hot new project management market.
Each box also contains a poster activity sheet, a fine art time line, 60 fine art time line cards, a videocassette, and an audiocassette of music related to the grade level materials.