from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The property of being level.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The state or quality of being level.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The condition of being level; evenness; equality.
But in some cases, the levelness is an illusion; someone has an advantage of someone else and that’s based on an algorithm we can’t see but that some try to discover and manipulate (that’s what led to the new industry called search-engine optimization).
A plausible suggestion is that he followed his predecessor Philolaus in adopting limiters and unlimiteds as his basic metaphysical principles and that he saw his definitions as combinations of limiters, such as levelness and stillness, with unlimiteds, such as air and sea.
Inspection and measurement capabilities offered by Schmidt include: inspecting the presence of every single pin prior to press cycle (requires use of a servo press); inspection of the presence of every single pin post-press cycle; inspecting the distance between the top of the compliant pins and the PCB; inspection for the 'levelness' of the PCB; and inspect of the height of all pins relative to each other.
“Did you want something?” he asked, pleased at the levelness of his voice.
Seriously, find studs, they have to be there, mark and ck for levelness, then make a cleat (2) (a piece of 1x2 lumber - furring strip) that fits along length of shelf that you can screw to the studs.
"Most of us report greater internal harmony, peacefulness, tranquillity, emotional levelness," he says blissfully.
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CAFFERTY: What about the regulatory agencies that are designed to oversee the levelness of the playing field?
His black eyes held no hint of emotion, only the levelness the Supreme Ruler had come to depend on over the years.
But this levelness of the underlying land seemed to encourage the surface features to splurge, and the landscape was like tumbled blue blocks left by a giant.
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