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multiplane

(ˈmʌltɪˌpleɪn)
n
(Aeronautics) an aircraft that has more than one pair of wings. Compare monoplane
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Her silhouette film technique involved elaborately detailed and jointed paper puppets, unique (at the time) multiplane camera techniques and fascinating experiments on film stock with wax and sand.
I am referring to liposuction, multiplane and multivector face lifting, endoscopic plastic surgery, laser resurfacing, and microvascular tissue transfer.
Multiplane transesophageal echocardiographic doppler imaging accurately determines cardiac output measurements in critically ill patients.
In the Heavy Gauge--Pressure Form category, Freetech Plastics took gold for its DNA Imaging System, which required forming variable geometries and multiplane undercut features.
Section three establishes the multiplane constraint model which is suitable for both setup and measuring.
The first part of the book explores Disney's contribution to the development of animation technology and practice, with special emphasis on sound, coloration, and the multiplane camera.
Virtual 3D microscopy using multiplane whole slide images in diagnostic pathology.
He invented the multiplane camera in 1936, a camera that gave the illusion of depth in cartoons by making the images look more natural.
A pediatric, multiplane transesophageal ultrasound probe was passed into the esophagus and adjusted to the level of the heart for echocardiography.
The pilots u Andy Bickmore, UK, Somkey Young, US, Nigel Hopking, South Africa, Gerald Cooper, UK, Castor Fantaba, Spain, and Zoltan Veres, Hungary u have been competing in multiplane air racing, aggressive one-on-one dogfights, and aerobatics.
As noted above, the hermetic vein, with which theurgy must in some way be connected, is expressed by the meliorative view to matter, explaining why the impact of the oracles on Neoplatonists can most generally be described as inducing them to see the marks of God already in sensible matter (although, it has to be remembered, the Neoplatonic theurgy was a multiplane concept and contained beside lower magic also its highly religious component).