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- adj. Having two axes.
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- adj. Having two axes
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having two axes: as, a biaxial crystal. See optic.
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- adj. having two axes
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Working from this tapestry of Ruvu word histories, the book argues that Ruvu people took into consideration foremost in building their communities that the cosmos was biaxial.
Your in-body image stabilization is top-notch, and your 11-point biaxial focusing grid gives you the fastest focus we've ever seen.
This is just a random thought, but for powerups and items, you might try using 5x5 with biaxial symmetry.
Words with the prefix are solid: biaxial, bifocal bilingual, bilateral, bipartisan.
Each would be made of a commercially available material known as “biaxial nylon 6” that is just 12 microns thick—one third the thickness of a standard plastic trash bag.
B is an example of a biaxial system with 66 tests.
You can even try four color oxides in one biaxial blend.
Line blends are useful for this kind of test, and biaxial blends can also be used for 3 oxides in combination (see page 105, 107 for details on line and biaxial blending).
Once you get used to working with biaxial blends, you will be able to read the percentage directly from the triangular chart.
From your first set of line blends choose three coloring oxides and test their combinations in a biaxial blend.