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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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For a laterally loaded pile, the p-y method is a simple and practical way to account for the relationship between soil reaction p and pile deflection y along pile shaft.
The purpose of the model study was to determine the relationship between the behaviour of a single laterally loaded pile and the average behaviour of similar piles in large groups for scaled models of pile supported locks and dams in sand.
However, when the placenta is laterally located, in majority of the cases, the uteroplacental blood flow needs are met primarily by one of the uterine arteries with some contribution from the other uterine artery via the collateral circulation.
At first it was described as the The lateral sliding flap' the procedure was then modified and named as laterally positioned flap.
These curves were similar to the typical curve reported for a laterally loaded pile in loose sand 18].
"When the water is high on the Red River, it breaks laterally into three 'rivers'--one in the main channel, and one along each bank, which I call secondary currents.
With arms straight at sides, slowly swing legs laterally a few inches to one side, then the other.
Many of the left-hand accompaniments will be easier for students with larger hands, such as older students, but will work equally well with younger students who have a good sense of physical freedom and can sweep laterally across the keyboard.
The second most common cause is the tensor fascia lata snapping laterally over the hip bone.
The supporting arms move laterally on a central traverse to accommodate different roll lengths and can wind 2- or 3-in.
Once a mass of corals including those species reaches the sea's surface, it stops growing taller but continues to grow laterally, says Briggs.
Water is laterally supplied, mimicking the flow of a waterfall.