breadthways


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breadth·ways

 (brĕdth′wāz′) or breadth·wise (-wīz′)
adv. & adj.
In the direction of the breadth.

breadthways

(ˈbrɛdθˌweɪz; ˈbrɛtθ-) or

breadthwise

adv
from side to side

breadth•ways

(ˈbrɛdθˌweɪz, ˈbrɛtθ-, ˈbrɛθ-)

also breadth•wise

(-ˌwaɪz)

adv.
in the direction of the breadth.
[1670–80]
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Adv.1.breadthways - in the direction of the breadth; "cut the cloth breadthwise"
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breadthways

, breadthwise
advin der Breite, der Breite nach

breadthways

[ˈbrɛtθˌweɪz] breadthwise [ˈbrɛtθˌwaɪz] advnel senso della larghezza
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1): here, [X.sub.S1], [Y.sub.S1], [Z.sub.S1] are the coordinats of projection center of a left photography; [X.sub.S2], [Y.sub.S2], [Z.sub.S2] are the coordinats of projection center of a right photography; [[alpha].sub.1], [[alpha].sub.2] are the lengthwise slope angles on the [S.sub.1]XZ and [S.sub.2]XZ planes of the left and right photographies; [[omega].sub.1] and [[omega].sub.2] are the breadthways slope angles on the [S.sub.l][o.sub.1]Y and [S.sub.2][o.sub.2]Y planes of the left and right photographies; [[chi].sub.1] and [[chi].sub.2] are rotation angles of left and right photographies [2].
Conceptualizing all ADP alive at any particular time to be literally connected by shared Ka horizontally one to the other or breadthways may help in understanding the idea of a biogenetically based impetus for a collective human relations orientation discussed above.
Then we get that good warm feeling that says, "You're not that badly off," or "You aren't that hard on the eye, there are others who are worse!" And if we run out of family to scour for stories more difficult than our own - which is rare given the range the average family spans, lengthways up and down generations, and breadthways encompassing the many degrees of cousins and in-laws -there's always the rest of our colony, a friend's friend, and many others whose problems we love to hear about.