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Axis

In Cartesian charting, a line that bisects a chart. The x-axis cuts a chart horizontally, while the y-axis cuts it vertically.
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Right-click on the Horizontal Axis (the chart's date range) to pop up the Format Axis panel.
Run your finger along the horizontal axis until it reaches the number 50.
The Aerogenerator X is a new 10 MW wind turbine designed for off-shore use combining the best of horizontal axis and vertical axis designs.
The ability to specify a single PDU2M unit as a horizontal axis in an X-Z system.
The screens rotate 180 degrees on a horizontal axis, inverting the on-screen image to be right-side up to viewers on either side.
The picture in your article (The Journal, June 12) shows horizontal axis propeller types which do make a noise and have other problems.
The waterwheel is suspended in a river or other flowing water regardless of depth and speed of flow, with chevron-shaped paddle treads enabling the barrel to rotate about its horizontal axis.
The Pro-Wave US040015 is an ultrasonic sensor that generates asymmetrical beam patterns, approximately +/-80 degrees about the horizontal axis and 40 degrees about the vertical, which meets the requirements of most car-reversing aids.
Hails says Narec, which hopes to establish itself as the test authority for all wind turbines, currently sees roughly even numbers of vertical and horizontal axis turbines for testing.
Accelerometer is used for measure tilt towards the horizontal axis in this application (as an inclinometer).
3 [micro] over the traverse of 200mm in the horizontal axis supports the measuring head travel.
The horizontal axis rates radiographic changes on a scale of 0-3, with 0 being normal, 1 indicating joint-space narrowing, 2 indicating osteophyte formation, and 3 indicating bone-on-bone findings.

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