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Straight

Direct telephone line, compared to an outside line that requires a telephone number to be dialed.

Straight

Describing a phone that connects directly to one and only one other phone. One need not dial any number between straight phones.
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Based on the simulation system, respectively simulate and analyse the regenerative braking performances with or without ABS control on three conditions: driving straightly on high adhesion condition ground, low adhesion condition ground and steering driving on a curve path.
Firstly, the crawler had been running straightly. Then, it had been turned and changed movement direction.
A ruler that hanged in the middle of transparent was used as the passage in order to make the ant walk straightly. To stimulate the ant to walk, some nut was placed in the desired direction.
In order to show the efficiency of the proposed method for incipient fault SR reconstruction of electrical equipment, we give two experiments to straightly verify the effective result.
Due to the difficulty of solving the optimization problem straightly, the Lagrange function is developed and the dual problem can be represented as follows:
While the T2DM itself might be the underlying cause of the nightmare and abnormal dreams in this patient, it could not entirely explain why the specific symptoms straightly and consecutively ensued directly after the metformin was consumed.
From the previous analysis, the surface energies of [alpha]-Mn[O.sub.2] nanorods and microfacet are increased straightly with the summation of [summation][([DELTA][Q.sub.A-B]).sup.2]/s and [summation][([DELTA][Q.sub.A]).sup.2]/s, but they keep constant for rutile Ti[O.sub.2].
(4) No mechanism for precisely pinpoint the detected road distress: in order to maintain ease of use for Bangkokian driver's lifestyle, our system does not enforce a driver to drive slowly at a constant speed or drive straightly in one specific lane at all time.
Neutrons from the [sup.252]Cf source interacting with the uranium component are detected by a scintillator detector, which is placed straightly behind the uranium component and called channel 2 (CH2).
As displayed in Figure 5, the cracks in Pre-5 specimen were similar and extended straightly along their growth direction.
(Eggers, Vivyan, and Wagner, 2018) Women's participation percentages in politics and the labor market (Esty, 2017; Mihaila, Popescu, and Nica, 2016; Petcu, 2017; Popescu et al., 2017) are not straightly associated with lower corruption.