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half-line

or half line (hăf′līn′, häf′-)
n.
See ray1.

half-line

n
(Mathematics) maths a straight line extending infinitely in a single direction from a point
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But, we still struggled to get things set up on the offensive end, even when we got the ball across the half line against their pressure.
Our favorite: Califia Farms, which makes a Better Half line (Original or Unsweetened) and an Almond-milk Creamer line (Unsweetened, Vanilla, Hazelnut, or Pecan Caramel).
Grease an 8-inch flan or pie dish, split the pastry in two pieces and with one half line the bottom of the dish.
Qaider will bolster the half line while Rizwan will take up the left-out position.
Indian half line and defence is not that strong and we may try to take advantage of that on Thursday," he said.
In the 56th minute Railways Kamran Riaz collected the ball from his half and passed it to Mohammed Shahbaz on the half line who dodged two players amid his skillful dribbling and gave a short pass to Mohammed Zeeshan in the D who happily availed an open chance.
Let us consider positive odd numbers which share a prime factor>1 as a kind, then the positive directional half line of the number axis consists of infinite many equivalent line segments on same permutation of X kinds' odd points plus odd points amongst the X kinds' odd points, where X [greater than or equal to] 1.
The team official said Kashif was the best choice among the standby players and it is hoped that he will fill the void demonstrating a much higher level of game during his responsibilities as a half line player.
The Malaysian girls constantly carried a threat going forward and should have been level in the 25th minute when Nor Azlin Sumantri benefited from a defensive lapse on the half line to create a one- on- one opportunity with goalkeeper Yogita Bali, but hit wide.
Qatar struck parity in the 32nd minute through Magid Mohamed, who made a solo run with the ball from near the half line to score the goal.
I think it shows the amount of respect they have for him when they're down 2-0 with three minutes left and they still have three guys around him at the half line.
It turns out that a satisfactory inverse scattering framework can be effectively employed only for certain boundary conditions (so-called linearizable boundary conditions for the half line problem), such as homogeneous Dirichlet, Neumann or Robin conditions.