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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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Combined with the variance of lateral movement frequency under different densities and scenarios shown in Figure 6, these phenomena can be analyzed as follows: in low density, owing to sufficient moving space provided on the path, bicyclists can move flexibly with frequent lateral movements to avoid being impeded by their predecessors' drifts.
Structural analysis of fractures in different regions reveals that some cracks are possibly caused by shearing system which is a consequence of right lateral movements of Izeh and Seydoun fault zones.
"These include overcrowding, moshing (mock fighting/jostling causing crowd disruption), body-surfing, lateral movement and broken seating.
In addition to changes in flow, changes in water clarity also can induce lateral movement. "In early spring during times of normal flows, I often fish shallow for aggressive feeding fish," Durick notes.
In addition to the rugged 3/8-in.-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.
"There's activity -- but today, activity is defined by lateral movement, renewals and downsizing.
Besides the productivity gained from allowing heavy machinery to be used elsewhere on the site, the stands offer 24 inches of lateral movement, as well as 34 inches of vertical adjustability.
Beck's automated unit handles the labels from the label magazines by means of horizontal lateral movement, inserts the labels in the cavities and after injection takes out the finished cups from the mould.
Kinematic measures were used to determine the velocity of the centre of mass (COM) in the anteroposterior (running speed) and mediolateral (lateral movement speed) planes.
Thanks to a simple and converging lateral movement, Crossover is easy to use and engages muscles that are not normally called upon by conventional machines, said a company statement.
Her ruminations are peppered with stage directions: "'You're right, I said (chin tuck), 'I haven't told you much about myself' (syllabic lateral movement of the head on much about myself)." Her episodic memories of lost love share a similar staged quality, as much preoccupied with props as the dramatic action itself: "How I had waited for a moment when the setting and the lighting indicated we had finally found our scene, the scent of roses as if atomized through tiny tubing woven through the fence." Behind the stagecraft, however, Unrue's protagonist seems to search for an authenticity that she fails to find in the intimacies we take for granted.
This provides the Corporation with a full range of vantage points to observe attacks, including: reconnaissance, intrusion, compromise, command and control, and lateral movement.

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