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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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Usually, 3 factors could cause the loss of the connector, which are the longitudinal deviation, the angular deviation, and the lateral deviation. As mentioned before, only the loss caused by the lateral deviation is still very serious.
Lateral deviation of sesamoid bones is also a typical pathological alteration in hallux valgus.
However, with an intoxicated person, the onset of the nystagmus, or jerking of the eyeball, occurs after fewer degrees of lateral deviation from center, and the jerking is more pronounced at extreme angles." McKown at '1.
The one-dot deviation that corresponds to an 838-foot lateral deviation at the five-mile position is reduced to 308 feet at one mile from touchdown.
The condition of HV includes not only the outward lateral deviation of the great toe (distal segment of the first metatarsal) but a medial deviation of the first MT.
(15) Recall that in our patient this increased hip abduction (along with lateral deviation of the pelvis) was noticed during ipsilateral stance phase.
Unlike straight and curved track guidance systems, the dual-chain technology offers smooth, stable performance with virtually no tilting or lateral deviation. The carousel can handle up to 100 percent unbalanced loads, so carrier profiling is always determined by the operator, not the restrictions of the carousel capacity.
The SST system monitors the drill head's compass (azimuth) heading in degrees and provides the HDD operator with any lateral deviation in degrees from the intended bore path so that precise and immediate steering corrections may be initiated."
The trunk showed lateral deviation with GVS, although this was only seen during the first task.
Due to the kinematics of the vehicle, the lateral deviation of the rear-mounted boom was slightly less.
Driving behavior is more likely to be controlled by several strategies aimed at following the road with a minimal lateral deviation by compensating for driver reaction errors or delays as well as avoiding the limits of vehicle handling performance.
The lateral curvature of the spine ("lateral deviation") was reduced by 8.92 mm (7.21 mm at baseline vs.--1.71 mm at final examination; the minus sign preceding the value indicates hypercorrection of the lateral curvature).

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