vertical lead

vertical lead

[′vərd·ə·kəl ′lēd]
(ordnance)
The vertical angle by which the gun must be moved from the line of position in order for the trajectory to pass through the target; it is the algebraic sum of the principal vertical deflection, the vertical pointing correction, and the superelevation.
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Global logistics company Crane Worldwide Logistics has announced the appointment of Nancy Matthews as Senior Director and Vertical Lead of Life Sciences.
You can have one for vertical lead photos and another for horizontal lead photos.
Therefore, the technologies and information must be digested and processed by the agency's vertical leads and cascaded down in a structured manner to ensure immediate talent understanding and client adoption.
During this examination, rhythmic waves were recorded by the horizontal ENG leads, but no such wave was recorded by the vertical leads (figure 1).