THEIR POINT OF INTERSECTION
, which no traveller has yet been able to reach, is the very heart of Africa, and it is thither that all efforts should now be directed.
Lashing the two topmasts together, and making allowance for their unequal length, at the point of intersection
I attached the double block of the main throat- halyards.
But the trail still continued to bend to the right till it promised to make a loop, and the point of intersection
seemed to be the edge of the plantation where the horses had been left.
If driven sharply back by a sudden onset of the enemy--and pickets are not expected to make a stand after firing--the men would come into the converging roads and naturally following them to their point of intersection
could be rallied and "formed.
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And in this model, "angles" in the hyperbolic plane are angles between these arcs, or, more precisely, angles between the tangents to the arcs at the point of intersection
To understand why, we must first look back to the most prominent point of intersection
between the two providers of ELN/ MES: instrument interfacing.
If we follow the circle with radius four units until it crosses the line which is four units from the directrix, then the point of intersection
will be four units from each.
In conformity therewith, the magnitude of the abscissa, between a secant and a point of intersection
of hyperbolas on the line Y = 0.
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portions between the imaginary point of intersection
of main cable axis and mast-column axis and attachment points of secondary cables ([h.
The project envisages lifting the GUEU line by an overpass bridge to be built at the point of intersection