subvertical


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subvertical

(sʌbˈvɜːtɪkəl)
adj
almost but not quite vertical
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It is different from Achradocrinus in the conical rather than rounded cup, wider radial facets that are inclined rather than subvertical, in the larger anal plate, different plating of the anal opening, and the broad rather than narrow axial canal of the stem facet.
With a vein that is between four to six feet wide and a subvertical dip, this will be very favorable for extraction, according to CEO Juan David Perez Schile.
LKAB is modernizing its central (CA) hoisting plant, which consists of eight hoists (B1-B8) in the CA plant, and five hoists in the subvertical level.
En apariencia, su plano es subvertical, y al E del cuadrante su morfologia se curva, lo que se asocia con un comportamiento inverso en este sector (Fig.
Radius believes the Property has the potential to host subvertical high-grade gold veins similar those found within the Aurora-Borealis trend.
El buzamiento dominante en las zonas de cizalla es alto, inclinandose ligeramente al E, pero llegando en algunos casos a ser subvertical.
These joints, but mainly the subvertical set (J4), trending 90[degrees] and dipping 75[degrees] S, mark the boundaries of the slipped layers (Figure 4a, b, c and d).
During the breakage process of the main roof, numerous vertical and subvertical fractures and horizontal cracks are sharply developed in the rock mass neighbouring the break line [4].
The faults are characterized by subvertical dips, 2 to 4 m-wide fault gouge and breccia, extensive damage zones, linear surface depressions over the fault core, and evidence of strike-slip movement.
Paranota areolate, slightly expanded; perpendicular to the pronotal disc anteriorly, subvertical, strongly projected and triangular at humeri (Fig.