transversally


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Adv.1.transversally - in a transverse mannertransversally - in a transverse manner; "they were cut transversely"
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transversally

[trænzˈvɜːsəlɪ] ADVtransversalmente
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Pronotum broader than meso and metanotum, mesonotum slightly raised metanotum transversally striated and bidentate.
At least 70% earmarked for SMEs, 10% transversally only available for climate projects.
The vertebrae were cut both sagittal and transversally, with the use of a transmitted light aided for the counting of the growth bands.
The paraffin-moumt specimens were serially sectioned (sagittaly, longitudinally and transversally cut) at 5 [micro]m thickness.
Antenna with 33-38 flagellomeres, lower face about 0.7-1.0 times as broad as high, with scattered hairs, coriaceous and striated transversally, presence of small tubercle below the base of scapus; head in dorsal view (Figure 1B) with long gena, posterior ocelli separated from eyes by 0.75-1.2 times its own maximum diameter.
In conclusion, in a clinical setting that is so key for the treatment of risky alcohol drinkers as is primary care (O'Donell et al., 2014), quality of life, especially in its mental health dimension, is transversally related to the severity of the alcohol consumption pattern, as per AUDIT.
Transversally, a 4-mm maxillary constriction existed between the lower and the upper first premolars (Figure 1).
Properties along transversal directions were experimentally measured, and it was found that the structuring of nanofillers induced an orthotropic and transversally isotropic response.
The vector field on one side undergoes a standard saddle-node bifurcation, while the vector field on the other side intersects the boundary transversally. Here a "standard saddle-node bifurcation" means a saddle-node bifurcation in smooth systems.
After closed reduction, a 1.5 mm fixator pin was inserted from the base of the fifth metacarpal to the third metacarpal transversally (Figure 3(a)).
Let f : F [right arrow] F be given and suppose that there are no fixed points on [lambda] and that [f.sup.-1]([lambda]) is a 1-manifold meeting [lambda] transversally in a finite set of points.