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low angle

In artillery and naval gunfire support, an order or request to obtain low angle fire.
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Parallel laminated fine sandstones with subordinate low angle cross-bedding overlie the tidal deposits and are interpreted as shoreface deposits.
It particularly lends itself to shooting from a low angle against a blue sky.
Colin says: "A quirky image with the added impact that comes from going in close at a low angle for an unusual perspective - and also seizing the moment to capture the tortoise's expression.
The loading ramp is detachable and low angle for easy access.
They also found that detergents on toilet bowls can also increase splash by reducing the surface tension of the water and have recommend standing slightly to one side, and aiming downwards at a low angle of impact.
Rainbows are usually seen in the early morning and late afternoon when the sun is at a low angle in the sky.
The trick is to keep the saw at a low angle and let the tool do the work--don't push too hard.
It features an integrated tetra detector array comprised of a low angle light scattering (LALS) detector, four capillary viscometer detectors, RI and UV/VIS, a GPCmax pump, autosampler and degasser module specifically designed for GPC/SEC applications, and OmniSEC software for multiple detection analysis and complete system control.
Easy access to this ADA-compliant vehicle is achieved with a lowered floor and low angle, nonskid entrance ramp.
It comprises a low angle light scattering (LALS) detector, four capillary viscometer detector, refractometer and selectable wavelength UV-Vis.
The late afternoon sun comes in at a low angle, defining texture and the rugged nature of the terrain.
The patented low angle entrance ramps help deflect the bullet into a patented round deceleration chamber where the bullet loses energy and drops into a collection trey.

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