turning movement


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turning movement

A variation of the envelopment in which the attacking force passes around or over the enemy's principal defensive positions to secure objectives deep in the enemy's rear to force the enemy to abandon his position or divert major forces to meet the threat.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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Table 1 extends from Figure 6, by presenting capacity calculations for both interpretations of ACDA, four turning radii (r = 15', 25', 50', and 75'), three turning speeds ([v.sup.WLB], [v.sup.HDM], and [v.sup.CTF], calculated separately for each turning radius), and two "lane contexts." Lane context refers to whether a single turn lane exists to serve a turning movement or whether multiple turn lanes are present.
'The project involves detailed traffic surveys (Manual Classified Count, Turning Movement Count, Journey Time and Delay survey, e.t.c), Conceptual, Detailed Engineering Designs and Construction executed by Planet Projects Limited (PPL).
Turning Movement. In a turning movement, the offensive force avoids the enemy's principal defenses and seizes objectives behind the enemy lines with the goal of forcing the enemy to respond by displacing from its current position in whole or in part.
[[beta].sub.ij] equals 0 means the corresponding turning movement is prohibited; otherwise vehicles can make turn here.
From arm i at intersection n, if a turning movement to arm j is permitted on lane k, the following constraint sets can be given to synchronize the traffic signal settings
We observed a different kind of turning movement in the laboratory, that consists of an underwater turning movement during foraging, wherein the animal pivoted its body, using one of the hindlimbs as the fixed-point support (vertical axis).
By replicating the turning movement of sharpening a pencil, transform the veggie into the slicer and see the spirals fall.
It removes the cork from the bottle then ejects it from the corkscrew in one simple turning movement. pounds 50 from Cucina Direct.
This was to be achieved through the grand turning movement, threatening the enemy's communications and forcing him out of his chosen positions to fight unprepared and at a disadvantage.
The restaurant's east end responds to the north-south axis of the Platzgasse opposite on the square's northern frontage, while the stuccoed rotunda, centred on its masonry cube, provides the formal culmination and the essential turning movement into the square itself, from the major Hirschstrasse approach.
This split is significant and examples of the turning movement elements to be considered follow.