‹ Longitude Longitudinally ›
Meanings and phrases
- of or relating to lines of longitude
- running lengthwise
- over an extended time
- As a panel survey it is a form of longitudinal study.
- The Socio-Economic Panel regularly surveys 10,000 private households in a representative longitudinal study.
- It was identified as a factor in 5.6% of depression and suicidal ideation cases in a Canadian longitudinal study.
- Gaudí wanted to add a longitudinal axis of bricks connecting all vaults at their keystones".
- The ratio displayed here is for deformation along the radial axis caused by stress along the longitudinal axis.
- The kiln is a cylindrical vessel, inclined slightly to the horizontal, which is rotated slowly about its longitudinal axis.
- These longitudinal lines are also present on the foot.
- There are also three black longitudinal lines.
- The caterpillar has a cylindrical yellowish-white body with many longitudinal lines.