isoline


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Related to isoline: isopleth, isobar, isotherm

i·so·line

 (ī′sə-līn′)
n.
A line on a map, chart, or graph connecting points of equal value. Also called isogram.

isoline

(ˈaɪsəʊˌlaɪn)
n
(Physical Geography) another term for isopleth
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Leaving the main sequence, stars become variable upon crossing the isoline [[epsilon].
8 was the static pressure isoline of the models; the static pressure coefficient was expressed as the follow,
Dr Isoline Greenhalgh gives an illustrated talk about the National Gardens Scheme, and the restoration of her garden at Gilfach, to Maenan Gardening Club, Maenan Abbey Hotel, 7.
Visually, the algorithm moves from the lowest J isoline up to higher contours.
Isoline O'Leary of Clinton, a member of the Clinton Hospital Guild and chairmen of the Guild's S&H Green stamp program reported that 104 books were donated.
Isoline Clark told how her daughter Valerie Frances, Khyra's aunt, had tried repeatedly to see her nieces and nephews but had not been able to gain entry to their terrace house in Handsworth.
Isoline Clarke, grandmother of Khyra Ishaq, after the weekend press conference in Handsworth where she spoke about the death of little Khyra, inset, in happier times, playing in the park pictures, Caters News
Isoline Greenhalgh, chairman of the trustees and great-granddaughter of Thomas Gee, said, "It's amazing.
The fluctuations of ECG isoline and obstacles were diverted by the system of technical and program filters in the CAP-RC-complex.