interrupted line

interrupted line

A broken, dashed or pecked line usually used to indicate the indefinite alignment or area of a feature on the chart.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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The station at Allahabad was reached about ten o'clock, and, the interrupted line of railway being resumed, would enable them to reach Calcutta in less than twenty-four hours.
In 2016 Vezzosi and Sabato, who are the curators of the Leonardo Lives exhibition at the Ideale museum, announced that they had identified an interrupted line running from da Vinci's half-brother, Domenico, to 35 male descendants who were mostly living in the Tuscany region.
The line that takes us from point to point, the non-linear line, the interrupted line. Inspired by ideas, I take line and circle (primarily) and with tools that are common, familiar and used in ritual (thread, eggshells, hair, blades, fire, water), I aim for the heart of the matter."
Shvarts is sufficiently younger than the generation of Brodsky, Kushner, Rein, et alia to experience an increased sense of distance or breach between herself and the interrupted line of prerevolutionary, Russian verse.
Each of the two directions of Cairo-Sharm El Sheikh highway project has two interrupted lines extruded via Degaroute 465 and two long edge lines sprayed with Degaroute 655 with a thickness of 2.5 mm on the extruded line and 600micron on the spray line.
Straight lines represent regression lines and correspondent interrupted lines represent the 95% confidence intervals.
A high scan rate of 500 Hz allows the CLS Pro to recognize interrupted lines or poor line contrast, even at high speeds.