misalignment


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mis·a·ligned

 (mĭs′ə-līnd′)
adj.
Incorrectly aligned.

mis′a·lign′ment (-lĭn′mənt) n.
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mis•a•lign•ment

(ˌmɪs əˈlaɪn mənt)
n.
the state of being misaligned.
[1920–24]
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Noun1.misalignment - the spatial property of things that are not properly alignedmisalignment - the spatial property of things that are not properly aligned
placement, arrangement - the spatial property of the way in which something is placed; "the arrangement of the furniture"; "the placement of the chairs"
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Following the (https://www.ibtimes.com/volkswagen-recall-2019-more-660000-vehicles-recalled-headlight-misalignment-issue-2804528) July recall for its Atlas SUVs and Passat sedans for a possible headlight misalignment issue, (https://static.nhtsa.gov/odi/rcl/2019/RCLRPT-19V615-4751.PDF) Volkswagen  ((https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/VOW3.DE?p=VOW3.DE&.tsrc=fin-srch) VOW3.DE ) has issued a recall for 679,027 vehicles because of a potential rollaway risk from a fault in the shift lever.
'This is a two-level fusion surgery with spinal correction because I also have a misalignment apart from the discs.
The research looked at whether the condition "lazy eye" or amblyopia, where one eye has reduced vision due to misalignment or blur, was associated with lower self-perception by children of their competence, appearance, conduct, and self-worth.
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This combination maintains adequate torsional stiffness for precise positional accuracy while still allowing for minimal angular and parallel misalignment, and absorbing vibration.
Other highlights include strong, heavy-duty wheel brackets for high load capacity; an ergonomic kick bar that assists with loading, unloading and breaking back loads; and no-axle construction to prevent brake misalignment. For minimal downtime, the brake components are fully serviceable.
Here, we report the case of a patient who had a type 1 OCF with craniocervical misalignment and C1-C2 translation that was treated with a halo vest followed by occipitocervical fusion surgery.
In airborne INS/GPS integrated navigation system, however, the errors of IMU only consider the bias of gyroscope and accelerometer without considering scale factor and misalignment at present.
The study found that, in general, state employees are competitively compensated compared with private sector employees, but identifies a significant misalignment between wages and benefits.