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multiplane

(ˈmʌltɪˌpleɪn)
n
(Aeronautics) an aircraft that has more than one pair of wings. Compare monoplane
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In fact, the forest can be defined as a mosaic of structural situations, and not all species build mixed consortia with multiplane structures.
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Multiplane transesophageal echocardiography in the diagnosis of congenital coronary artery fistula.
Roberts has remained faithful to the style he mastered in 2007, characterized by a complex multiplane composition, elevated perspective (he often photographs from the top of his motor home), and the tableau format, to use art historian and curator Jean-Francois Chevrier's term for a form of photography that, like painting, relates to the wall rather than to the page, and in which characters are otherwise absorbed and seem unaware of the existence of the viewer.
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The improvement in orbit accuracy can be explained as follows: to the multiplane, multilayer structure of the hybrid constellation, a good geometry configuration for relative range measurement is established.
Advanced sonographic techniques such as biplane and multiplane TEE have enabled physicians to visualize the LAA in most cases [8].
For example, CT images have a clear bone image, but soft tissue imaging is blurred; MRI images can obtain multiangle and multiplane detail information of soft tissue, but the skeleton imaging is blurred; PET images can present metabolic activity of human cells, but the anatomical structure is not clear.