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Lateral

A transfer to another department or division without a promotion or increase in responsibility. A lateral may not come with a raise or bonus, and the term implies that it may not be desirable.
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ORKOS provides an interactive interface to analyze and understand adversary lateral movement risks; delivers a comprehensive report useful to auditors, ranks and reports those risks; and offers remediation strategies.
Lateral movement is what an attacker does once they have accomplished initial infiltration.
The "micro-rod" has half the standard diameter and permits less lateral movement of the melt and thus less edge-bead formation.
It may seem to some that lateral movement is not unsafe.
With the iCon system, options for product positioning are almost unlimited; they include lateral movement across the conveyor, rotation, merging, diverting and gapping, all of which are achieved without the need to use conventional diverters or guides.
Enough to look carefully at the macroeconomic data that come from the Asia-Pacific region, to realize how precarious the position of market participants, which is "rushing" from one market to another, trying to find some, not subject to lateral movement.
Back in 2007, the Army had trouble with M45 masks failing the lateral movement test, which cheeks the bonding of the head harness clip to the faceblank.
Bow thrusters on sportfishers make docking easier, too, as they allow port or starboard lateral movement without using the main engine.
thick (1 cm) huck-bolted body design, which is free from welds that can suffer from fatigue cracking, the T-Class vibrating screen offers 90-degree top and 45-degree bottom Durabend side plates; patented angle box tensioning; single-point grease lubrication; hands-free tube housing for bearing work without come-alongs or drift pins; and the TyRider mounting system, which reduces noise pollution and eliminates lateral movement of the machine.
This was also reflected in a small amount of additional lateral motion of the solid lag screws; none of the telescoping design lag screws exhibited lateral movement.
It is common practice in the wire industry to stack one, two and even five tonne coils as many as five high, using wooden chocks to prevent lateral movement.

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