Recent anatomic work in the rat has shown that the superior longitudinalis muscle runs in the midline along the long axis of the tongue.
A shaft parallel to the transmission-engine axis connects the transfer casing to the angle drive powering the front wheels.
The posterior margin of the carapace is ornamented with a distinct single line of rounded tubercles that are broadly symmetrical about the midline axis of the carapace.
The axis may be fused with either the atlas or with the third vertebra.
The muscle's origin may not ascend above the axis or descend below the third thoracic vertebra.
The skeleton of the tadpole was defined as the centerline axis of the body.
The transatlantic axis, nevertheless, continues to play an important role in German foreign policy.
Militaristically, the correct etiquette for the bow, what one does and doesn't do, is based on a correct center line axis of the body, as in skiing.
However, these attacks might cause an opposite effect, because they could move Turkey further into the same axis as the US and Israel.
A gyroscope is a wheel or disc mounted in such a way that it is free to rotate around an axis as well as to move linearly along the other two axes.
A connecting axis between the two across Jalan Pemuda should perhaps be built.
The pond runs down the central axis, bringing the core of the garden to its shores.
What this means, in actuality, is that the constitutional court precinct will act as a hub, a central axis and meeting point in a still divided city.
This most recent episode sheds new light on the political axis that underlies the Democratic Party campaign.
The eastern corner where the main entrance is set is even symmetrical about its diagonal axis, the entrance doors being placed to either side of a completely square stair tower.
As the Earth rotates once about its axis in 24 hours, the Moon is moving 1 / 30th of the way around in its orbit.
It rotates once on its axis in the same time it goes once around Earth.
Without functional analyses of axial ligaments, the basis for flexural stiffness in any particular vertebrate axis is wanting.
The earth rotates once on its axis each day, or 360 degrees every 24 hours, or 15 degrees every hour.
The book stated that the earth rotated on its axis once a day and moved around the sun once a year.
The new masterplan attempts to alleviate this by organising a series of public spaces about an axis connecting Lancer Barracks and St John's Church.