horizonal

horizonal

(həˈraɪzənəl)
adj
relating to the horizon
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His head caught the horizonal bar of the railings, leaving him with a one-and-a-half inch graze which, he believes would have been worse had he not been wearing a fleecy hood.
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This question allowed the research to include the horizonal backdrop of each woman's experience, with an in depth exploration of her interests, purposeful activities and habits, forming the real world ground of existence, present before the 'binge' event.
29 BARGAIN HUNT Trendsetters are on the right lines with horizonal stripes.
Darl's time, then, is the time of the narrative itself, the subjective witness to the way generation and corruption invades private spaces of time, and the way past and future (birth and death) set horizonal (but inescapable) limits on the family's concerns.
Rather than abstract shots of solely the sky or the earth, which would unsettle conventional perspective, this method grounded and oriented both viewing subject and depicted object to one another by way of a horizonal fusion of sky and earth.
The crucial differentiating factor was the absence, in Southeast Asia, of any effective or robust horizonal imperial power, such as the Safavid, Mughal and Maratha polities in the Western zone.
According to Heidegger, as Malick explains in his undergraduate thesis, one way that the horizonal character of things is revealed to us is through the feeling of "dread" (38), a feeling that suggests the "collapse of the world" and demonstrates that things within the world are withdrawing or pulling away from us.
The bicorne, meaning two horizonal points, was a variation on the tricorne--or three-pointed hat--which was popular in the 17th century and favoured by American colonists around the time of the American revolution.
We need horizonal tax breaks, we need stimulus for capital injection, we need employment stimulus," he said.
On his debut for us, he was second at Exeter in October, under Paul Moloney (pictured) to Horizonal Speed, and then he was third over the extended two miles five there behind Mosspark, where I feel the trip just stretched him a little bit.
Os maiores valores de NDBI recuperados para as amostras de cobertura urbana, dizem respeito a baixa e media densidade horizonal, talvez por influencia da grande area de solo exposto neste tipo de cobertura.