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On April 11th he wrote an open letter in The Advocate, making it known `` to the world that Jas. W. Robinson is by his own admission a base liar and a slanderer ''.
The Act further provides for a `` floor '' or minimum allotment, set at the 1954 level, which is called the `` base '' allotment, and a `` ceiling '' or maximum allotment, for each State.
Determine if the particular State's unadjusted allotment ( result obtained in item 11 above ) is less than its minimum ( base ) allotment, and if so raise its unadjusted allotment to its minimum allotment.
The pre-1960 rate of Federal participation with respect to any State's base allotment, as well as the adjusted rate in effect during the 1960 - 1962 period, is designated by the statute as that State's `` adjusted Federal Share ''.
The purpose of the adjusted Federal share relating to the base allotment and of the transition provisions for reaching the unadjusted Federal share is to prevent dislocations from abrupt changes in matching rates.
That we had the wit and wisdom to adopt Mr. Lowell's concept and make it the base for our processes of selection is one reason why our selections have been, it may be said truly, pretty uniformly good.
Pattern for circular base piece B is diameter of Aj.
It is too easy for the inexperienced person to make a quick judgment of a few values of the area and base a decision on these alone.
Inscribed around its base is a charm in Balinese, a dialect I take it you don't comprehend.
And the more complex the morphophonemic system is in relation to the phonemic base, the less easily a phonemic system will be analysed without close attention to the morphophonemics -- at least, the less satisfying will a phonemic statement be if it cannot be related through morphophonemic rules to grammatically meaningful structures.
Its function is to separate from the base ruled mass, among whom private ownership prevails, the governing warrior elite.
Destruction of the enemy's building and base complex, however, requires attacks on enemy territory, which is possible only in event of all-out hostilities.
However, this difficulty is not too serious if it is realized that a surveying team can establish a true north base line with a few days' work.
For the case of a purely inertial autonavigator consisting of three restrained gyros, a coordinate system is used where the sensitive axis of the X accelerometer is parallel to the east-west direction at the base point, and the Y accelerometer sensitive axis is parallel to the north-south direction at the base point.
The large statue on the first floor is believed to be the statue of Pompey at the base of which Julius Caesar was stabbed to death ( if so, the statue once stood in the senate house ).
The United States, State Department officials explain, now is mainly interested in setting up an international inspection system which will prevent Laos from being used as a base for Communist attacks on neighboring Thailand and South Viet Nam.
Mantle is a master at dragging a bunt toward first base.
If one takes the middle number, 5, and multiplies it by 3 ( the base number of the magic square of three ), the result is 15, which is also the constant sum of all the rows, columns, and two main diagonals.

base and horizontal
On Diego Garcia today, the military base uses over 100 shallow " horizontal " wells to produce over 560, 000 liters per day from the " Cantonment " lens on the northwest arm of the island-sufficient water for western-style usage for a population of 3, 500.
Walers are structural elements which connect across the excavation so that the loads from the soil on either side of the excavation are used to resist each other, or which transfer horizontal loads from the shoring wall to the base of the excavation.
The frame is mounted vertically on a horizontal base provided with levelling screws.
* horizontal pulldown, from right to left ( viewed from base side )
* horizontal pulldown, from right to left ( viewed from base side )
In land navigation, azimuth is usually denoted as alpha,, and defined as a horizontal angle measured clockwise from a north base line or meridian.
Azimuth has also been more generally defined as a horizontal angle measured clockwise from any fixed reference plane or easily established base direction line.
In their original Greek version, Doric columns stood directly on the flat pavement ( the stylobate ) of a temple without a base ; their vertical shafts were fluted with 20 parallel concave grooves ; and they were topped by a smooth capital that flared from the column to meet a square abacus at the intersection with the horizontal beam ( entablature ) that they carried.
Rocket lightning is a form of cloud discharge, generally horizontal and at cloud base, with a luminous channel appearing to advance through the air with visually resolvable speed, often intermittently.
The instrument section and the spinning tub were slowly tipped to a horizontal position by means of four air jets located at the base of the instrument section.
The world's most advanced simulator, the NADS-1, located at the National Advanced Driving Simulator, is capable of accurately stimulating the vestibular system with a 360-degree horizontal field of view and 16 degree of freedom motion base.
As an example of the attention given to making similar characters easily distinguishable, the digit 1 ( one ) in Verdana was given a horizontal base and a hook in the upper left to distinguish it from lowercase l ( L ) and uppercase I ( i ).
It is sometimes written with horizontal serifs at the base ; without them it can resemble the shape of the numeral 7 which has a near-vertical stroke without a crossbar, and a shorter horizontal top stroke.
The term is a calque of Latin angulus rectus ; here rectus means " upright ", referring to the vertical perpendicular to a horizontal base line.
Either the computer provides a time base for the horizontal refresh rate through the controller's connector ( as in the Super Scope ), or the gun reads the composite video signal through a T-connector on the A / V cable ( as in the GunCon 2 ).
The only remnant of the SE was the stripe across the front panel ( bezel ) for the floppy drive ; the distinctive front bezel lines of the SE were not used on the Classic, and the vertical lines around its base were replaced by four horizontal vent lines, more reminiscent of the original design.
A cantilever rack is a type of warehouse storage system consisting of the vertical column, the base, the arms, and the horizontal and / or cross bracing.
A stratus cloud ( St ) is a cloud belonging to a class characterized by horizontal layering with a uniform base, as opposed to convective clouds that are as tall or taller than wide ( these are termed cumulus clouds ).
Three horizontal chains of sandstone blocks notched together and reinforced with lead-coated iron cramps also extend the entire circumference of the dome: one at the base ( where radial struts from this chain protrude to the exterior ), one a third of the way up the dome, and one two thirds of the way up the dome.
The fish is characterized by an iridescent blue horizontal stripe along each side of the fish from its nose to the base of the adipose fin, and an iridescent red stripe that begins at the middle of the body and extends posteriorly to the base of the caudal fin.
* horizontal rolling loop movement, from right to left ( viewed from base side )
Techniques range from the most basic movements of panning ( horizontal shift in viewpoint from a fixed position ; like turning your head side-to-side ) and tilting ( vertical shift in viewpoint from a fixed position ; like tipping your head back to look at the sky or down to look at the ground ) to dollying ( placing the camera on a moving platform to move it closer or farther from the subject ), tracking ( placing the camera on a moving platform to move it to the left or right ), craning ( moving the camera in a vertical position ; being able to lift it off the ground as well as swing it side-to-side from a fixed base position ), and combinations of the above.

base and flat
The leaves form a rosette at the base of the plant, and are alternate, distichous, flat, sessile, simple, linear or lanceolate, and parallel veined, with entire margins.
This air base is in an area called Lajes, a broad, flat sea terrace that had been a large farm.
It rises from the stylobate without any base ; it is from four to six times as tall as its diameter ; it has twenty broad flutes ; the capital consists simply of a banded necking swelling out into a smooth echinus, which carries a flat square abacus ; the Doric entablature is also the heaviest, being about one-fourth the height column.
In geometry, a dodecahedron ( Greek δωδεκάεδρον, from δώδεκα, dōdeka " twelve " + ἕδρα hédra " base ", " seat " or " face ") is any polyhedron with twelve flat faces, but usually a regular dodecahedron is meant: a Platonic solid.
The tetrahedron is one kind of pyramid, which is a polyhedron with a flat polygon base and triangular faces connecting the base to a common point.
Even with modern classification, a mature cumulonimbus with its flat base, heaped midsection, and feathery top, along with accessory clouds that can appear in a variety of shapes and forms, has a composite structure that has led to a partial revival, initially by NASA, of the old nimbiform designation that uses the more restricted cumulonimbiform category name.
Most pans sold specifically as sauté pans have a wide flat base and low sides, to maximize the surface area available for heating.
Here, the posterior pituitary is a simple flat sheet of tissue at the base of the brain, and there is no pituitary stalk.
Note that the large flat expanse was a base for the temple located there
The acorns mature in about 18 months after pollination ; solitary or in pairs, sessile or stalked ; nut oblong-ovoid with broad flat base, full, with acute apex, one half to one and one-fourth of an inch long, first green, maturing nut-brown ; cup, saucer-shaped and shallow, 2 cm ( 0. 8 in ) wide, usually covering only the base, sometimes one-fourth of the nut, thick, shallow, reddish brown, somewhat downy within, covered with thin imbricated reddish brown scales.
A floodplain or flood plain is a flat or nearly flat land adjacent a stream or river that stretches from the banks of its channel to the base of the enclosing valley walls and experiences flooding during periods of high discharge.
The manufacturing process of hollow-point bullets also produces a flat, uniformly-shaped base on the bullet which increases accuracy by providing a more consistent piston surface for the expanding gases of the cartridge.
Once the site has reached a suitable firm inorganic base material that is graded further so that it is flat and level, and then topped by spreading a layer-cake of force dispersing sand and gravel.
When excavated and placed upright on its flat base, it was found to lean obliquely to the left from the vertical, perhaps explaining the name Crom, " bent, crooked ".
The pistillate ( female ) flowers are also without calyx or corolla, and consist of a single ovary accompanied by a small, flat nectar gland and inserted on the base of a scale which is likewise borne on the rachis of a catkin.
* Audley-Audley is a large, flat area at the base of one of the larger valleys in the park.
Although most of west central Ohio is a flat landscape intersected with shallow river valleys, Wayne Lakes is located among a series of southwest trending gravel hills over a thick base of limestone.
Littlewood died, in 2002, of natural causes at the age of 87 in the London flat of Peter Rankin, her UK base for the previous 23 years.
It is important in the history of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the settlements of southeast Utah, including Bluff, as well as providing access to the Canyons of the Escalante, and to the flat desert at the base of Fifty Mile Mountain that is used for grazing cattle.
Pendentives are triangular sections of a sphere used to transition from the flat surfaces of supporting walls to the round base of a dome.

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