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- adv. In a transverse manner
- adv. In regard to a transversal
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a transverse direction; as a transversal.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a transverse manner
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The exhibition areas for each country are identical strips transversally located to the main boulevards, and where each will recreate their nation's typical food cycle.
So that means you're taking three Gs transversally to your chest, it's a little bit hard to breathe, but you're not thinking about that too much.
Human corporeality, as the supreme instance of living nature, is the site of constantly shifting surface resistance through which the currents of certain unconscious depths are only transversally "visible."
Both pectorals had been perforated transversally so they could be worn on the chest.
In this case the stopes are carried in panels laid out transversally to the strike as wide as the standing strength of the ore permits.
The fibres of the wood have been intersected longitudinally and transversally for higher stability with minimal shrinkage and deformation.
Hearts were removed from wild type laboratory (BALB/c) mice and cut transversally.
Ability to work transversally with vehicle engineering, manufacturing and sub-supplier teams.
The new Master is powered by a 2. 3-litre dCi engine including three power outputs (dCi 100, dCi 125 and dCi 150) and is identical for both the front-wheel drive (transversally mounted) and rear-wheel drive versions (longitudinal).
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