true vertical

true vertical

true vertical
The local vertical or the line passing through the observer and the geographical poles of the earth.
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is a Canadian-based cannabis sector brand and distribution company emerging as a true vertical integrator in California's legal cannabis space serving recreational and wellness markets.
Not that this factor compromises operational strength, as air hoists are ideal for performing large lifting heights, providing true vertical lift without any limitation in the number of starts/stops per hour.
The well logged 873 feet of gross true vertical depth pay, within expectations for the northern extension of the Zama discovery and confirming a consistent net-to-gross ratio range of 68%-73% through multiple penetrations.
While valuable sources of wind information, the Lagrangian nature of the dropsonde (not a true vertical profile) with its coarse horizontal resolution significantly hinders the characterization of intense winds in hurricanes and limits our understanding of the storm physics.
The vertical ones are wells whose point of the reservoir to be reached (objective) is in the same vertical line of the drilling rig (Gabbay, Dutra Junior, Mata, Rodrigues, & Lira, 2014), the main characteristics of this well are: zero degree or only few degrees of the true vertical line, the most usual geometry in oil fields, since it simplifies the process of completion and evaluation of the reservoir.
a) Nasopharynx: Its upper limit is a horizontal line passing through the lowest point on the edge of the sphenoid sinus and its lower limit is a perpendicular to the true vertical line drawn from Point A (between line 4-3 and 5 from Fig.
The latter is the most reliable, and it depends only on identifying the true vertical line and the subnasale landmark while tracing the lateral cephalometric radiograph.
(11) One physics textbook published in 1942 went so far as stating that it was impossible to construct a device "to indicate the true vertical unaffected by accelerations of the airplane when in curved flight." The authors of this work were unaware, no doubt, of Walter Wrigley's dissertation.
It has a proposed total depth of around 2,300 metres true vertical depth below rotary table and is located about 1.45 km west-south-west of Antelope-five.
The bubble level has been conveniently situated on the front of the instrument below the display panel so that users can easily adjust the instrument for true vertical position.