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PEOPLE THINK
OPPOSITE DIRECTIONS
MOVING
OPPOSITE WAY
WAY
OPPOSITE ENDS
SPECTRUM
RIVER
TOWN
LENS
PISTON
CYLINDER
SURFACE
SPHERE
FIBERS
ROPE
WORDS
MEANS
BRAIN
STEM
MOON
SKY
AXIS
BODY
ORBIT
PLANET
MASS
PARTICLE
AFFINE SCHEMES
STAMENS
LANCEOLATE
ENTIRE MARGIN
CHARYBDIS
EXACT OPPOSITE
ANTIMATTER
ABSTRACT NOUN
REGRESSIVE TAX
EARTH
RETROGRADE ORBIT
SIMPLE LEAVES
WHORLED
OPPOSITE CATEGORY
PARTICLES
OPPOSITE CHARGES
PARALLEL
OPPOSITE SIDES
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Definitions

  1. Opposite is the case with currency depreciation. (Web site)
  2. Opposite is the bus station, flanked by a row of shops owned by Chinese and Balinese merchants.
  3. Opposite is the historic Lahore Fort which houses the famous Sheesh Mahal.
  4. Opposite is the little harbour of Cape Gramvousa, Balos Lagoon, with a small café and a wonderful beaches.
  5. Opposite is the start of a huge area of mangroves, much larger than at Krabi, which must hold plenty of mangrove species;[ including Finfoot ?]. (Web site)

People Think

  1. Some people think that making money with Google Adsense is hard; but in fact, it is quite the opposite. (Web site)

Opposite Directions

  1. The first term makes the components of the spins of neighboring particles want to point in opposite directions when is big.

Moving

  1. An object moving through a gas or liquid experiences a force in direction opposite to its motion. (Web site)
  2. Friction acts at the area of contact between the two surfaces in the direction opposite that in which a body is moving or tending to move. (Web site)
  3. Conservation and energy and momentum dictate that the quark and antiquark will be moving at high speed in opposite directions.

Opposite Way

  1. Lay out the spars with the tip of one pointing in one direction, and with the other two, one at either side, pointing the opposite way.
  2. She has phenomenal stick skills, but she's like a basketball player who looks the opposite way and then passes the ball. (Web site)

Way

  1. That way you will be assured you’ll make the maximum amount of money and can be part of the opposite glad happy clients of that The Paid Surveys Authority Review site. (Web site)
  2. Simply twist the two lines together then separate the center and pass one end through the center one way and the other tab end through the opposite way. (Web site)
  3. Super Mario Bros., Miyamoto’s seminal exploration game, not only breaks this “law,” it in fact is designed in precisely the opposite way.
  4. Retrograde Refers to faces meeting at a vertex which circle back the opposite way around the vertex with respect to other faces.

Opposite Ends

  1. These will fit together to make a dodecahedron with each pair of composites on opposite ends of the dodecahedron.
  2. Where ditches are present on both sides of the highway, like apron end walls 30 are connected to the opposite ends of the underdrain 26. (Web site)
  3. Given two points on opposite ends of the orbit, the parallax is half the maximum parallactic shift evident from the star viewed from the two points. (Web site)

Spectrum

  1. We might understand from this that astrologers find themselves or put themselves at opposite ends of the spectrum from the hierarchy.
  2. We might understand from this that astrologers find themselves or put themselves at opposite ends of the spectrum from the hierarchy.
  3. Eric Clapton and John Williams are master guitarists from opposite sides of the spectrum.

River

  1. Wang Chan (Chan Palace), the birthplace of King Naresuan the Great, is almost opposite on the other side of the river. (Web site)
  2. From the hotel, guests can enjoy the view of the Temple of Dawn (Wat Arun), one of Bangkok's best-known landmarks, located on the opposite bank of the river. (Web site)
  3. He builds his new capital, Sirkap, on the opposite bank of the river from Taxila. (Web site)

Town

  1. The railway station is in the southwestern end of the town, opposite the central area. (Web site)
  2. A ferryboat complex, linking Vidin with Calafat on the opposite side of the river, is located 2 km from the town.
  3. Eton is a town in Berkshire, England, lying on the opposite bank of the River Thames to Windsor and connected to it by Windsor Bridge.

Lens

  1. When the same light rays exit the lens they again bend toward the central axis because the surface is curved in the opposite direction.
  2. Opposite this is the diaphragm release from the lens which extends into the camera body and holds open the spring loaded diaphragm of the lens. (Web site)
  3. Insert the PRAKTICA lens in such a way that the red marks (16 and 2) on the camera and lens are opposite each other. (Web site)

Piston

  1. Conversely, when the piston is to be driven into the cylinder 18, a similar operation is carried out on the cylinder 18 on the opposite side of the piston. (Web site)
  2. The piston, pushed by the atmospheric pressure, unrelenting descended altough the effort of twenty men who pulled in the other (opposite) way.
  3. The opposite or skirt end of the piston is open.

Cylinder

  1. This inlet charge will flow generally upwardly along theside of the cylinder 13 opposite to the exhaust port 25. (Web site)
  2. This occurs as the rotation of the rotor sinusoidal cam tracks force each piston toward the opposite ends of the cylinder. (Web site)
  3. The two corrections for dynamic compression ratio affect cylinder pressure in opposite directions, but not in equal strength. (Web site)

Surface

  1. Jim Propp asks whether the two farthest apart points, as measured by surface distance, on a symmetric convex body must be opposite each other on the body. (Web site)
  2. Note that at a given point on a surface, two vectors are perpendicular to the surface, and they point in opposite directions.
  3. At a point where the principal curvatures have opposite signs, K is negative, and the surface presents a saddle shape when viewed from either side. (Web site)

Sphere

  1. Antipodal points on the surface of a sphere are diametrically opposite; on the other side of a globe.
  2. If one lays a sphere on a plane, the point of the sphere touching the plane stays fixed while the point directly opposite it, i.e.
  3. Since any two great circles always meet (in not one but two points, on opposite sides of the sphere), no parallel lines are possible.

Fibers

  1. Cranial nerve II (optic nerve) joins to form the optic chiasm, in which half the fibers of each nerve cross to the opposite side.
  2. Other fibers either terminate in or give off collaterals to the nucleus of the trapezoid body of the same or the opposite side. (Web site)
  3. The corpus callosum are fibers that connect the neocortex of one hemisphere with that of the opposite hemisphere.

Rope

  1. Place both loops over the anchor and pull both ends of the rope in opposite directions. (Web site)
  2. At the point where it has to be made, grip the rope with both hands and twist in opposite directions. (Web site)
  3. Bring the ends above this twist and make another twist in the opposite direction so that rope A again goes under and behind rope B.

Words

  1. Antonym: Either of a pair of words that have opposite (or near-opposite) meanings; e.g. (Web site)
  2. In other words, if the reference axes were rotated in one direction, the component representation of the vector would rotate in exactly the opposite way.
  3. Instead of observing the stars from opposite sides of the earth, in other words, we could observe the stars from opposite sides of the earth's orbit. (Web site)

Means

  1. Venus's axial tilt is 177 degrees, which means it is spinning almost exactly in the opposite direction to its orbit. (Web site)
  2. Our English word "fiction," from fingere, which means "to point" (as in English "finger"), has no opposite. (Web site)
  3. When an economist says the evidence is "mixed," he or she means that theory says one thing and data says the opposite. (Web site)

Brain

  1. Optic Chiasm is located beneath the hypothalamus and is where the optic nerve crosses over to the opposite side of the brain. (Web site)
  2. Sensory fibers from the Periphery of the Body entering one side of the spinal cord will cross to the opposite side of the cord before they end in the brain. (Web site)
  3. An injury to the brain, resulting from a force applied to the cranium, will usually be found on the opposite side from the applied force. (Web site)

Stem

  1. The flowers grow terminally on its branches while the leaves grow opposite each other in pairs, on either side of the stem. (Web site)
  2. Leaves: deciduous, dark green, palmate or hand-shaped, generally broader than long, opposite (in pairs) along stem, milky sap in veins. (Web site)
  3. Opposite — Two structures, one on each opposite side of the stem, typically leaves, branches, or flower parts. (Web site)

Moon

  1. If we were on the Moon, we could, theoretically, see two bulges--one on the side facing Earth and the other directly opposite. (Web site)
  2. Only during a full moon is the opposite hemisphere of the Moon, which is not visible from Earth (the far side), completely unilluminated. (Web site)
  3. Another bulge occurs on the opposite side, since the Earth is also being pulled toward the moon (and away from the water on the far side).

Sky

  1. This is what makes the Sun seem to travel across the sky in the opposite direction, from east to west. (Web site)
  2. The direction of the sky (in Auriga) opposite to that toward the center of the Milky Way. (Web site)
  3. Opposition -- Configuration in which one celestial body is opposite another in the sky.

Axis

  1. Rotation through angles between 0 and -π correspond to the point on the same axis and distance from the origin but on the opposite side of the origin.
  2. The apocenter is diametrically opposite the pericenter on the major axis of the orbit. (Web site)
  3. The level of the choanæ is that of the atlas, while the palatine velum is opposite the body of the axis. (Web site)

Body

  1. The third law states that if body 1 exerts a force on body 2, then body 2 will exert a force of equal strength, but opposite in direction, on body 1. (Web site)
  2. These movements may spread, either staying on one side of the body (opposite the affected area of the brain) or extending to both sides.
  3. The opposite flow takes place on the upper surface, which means the air moves towards the body of the aircraft.

Orbit

  1. The opposite of periapsis, the farthest point in an orbit, is called apoapsis. (Web site)
  2. On this day, the earth has gone halfway around its orbit, and is opposite the point where it was on the summer solstice.
  3. When the Sun is on the opposite side of its orbit and has an open reception to the light of the galactic Sun, there is a golden or spiritual age on Earth.

Planet

  1. The nadir is the direction opposite the zenith: for example, straight down from a spacecraft to the center of the planet.
  2. Pluto is another planet that spins around in the opposite direction from Earth.
  3. Antipodes are a pair of points that are on opposite sides of a planet (like the North Pole and the South Pole). (Web site)

Mass

  1. The direction of the force produced by a rocket is equal and opposite to the force required to eject the mass. (Web site)
  2. They are identical in mass; their charges are equal in magnitude and opposite. (Web site)
  3. It has exactly the same mass as the electron, but the opposite sign (+1) for its electric charge.

Particle

  1. The antiparticle corresponding to an elementary particle has the same mass as the particle but is opposite in all other properties. (Web site)
  2. Because the jerk is directed opposite to the velocity, the Abraham-Lorentz force tends to slow the particle down.
  3. Particle and antiparticle have identical mass and spin but opposite charges.

Affine Schemes

  1. For example the category of affine schemes is equivalent to the opposite of the category of commutative rings.

Stamens

  1. This species shows the stamens opposite the petals, 3-branched style, and 2 sepals. (Web site)
  2. Indigenous Hawaiian species, note the stamens opposite the corolla lobes as is usual for the family.
  3. Stamens 5, opposite to petals; filaments inserted on perianth.

Lanceolate

  1. The leaves are opposite, sessile, linear, and lanceolate, green on each side; flowers, bluish-purple, seldom white; stamens four.

Entire Margin

  1. The leaves are opposite, lanceolate, 1-5 cm long and 0.2-3 cm broad, glossy green with an entire margin, and nearly sessile with only a very short petiole. (Web site)
  2. Leaf: Opposite, simple and palmately veined, 3 to 6 inches long, 5 delicately rounded lobes, entire margin; green above, paler below.

Charybdis

  1. Traditionally, the location of Charybdis has been associated with the Strait of Messina off the coast of Sicily, opposite the rock called Scylla.
  2. Scylla's lair was on the opposite side of the strait, where a giant whirlpool, the Charybdis, bring complete destruction to any ship sailing nearby. (Web site)
  3. On the opposite shore was Charybdis, the personification of a whirlpool, who drank down and belched forth the waters three times a day. (Web site)

Exact Opposite

  1. This is almost the exact opposite of argument, adversarial, confrontational thinking where each party deliberately takes an opposite view. (Web site)
  2. The henge at Durrington Walls is the exact opposite, aligned with sunrise at the winter solstice and sunset at the summer solstice. (Web site)
  3. This condition is the exact opposite of crowding, and is known clinically as "diastema." Spacing occurs in approximately 5% to 10% of the population.

Antimatter

  1. ANTIMATTER: an exotic form of matter in which the electric charge of each particle is the opposite of that in normal matter.
  2. Antimatter is the exact opposite of normal matter. (Web site)
  3. Antimatter is comprised of antiparticles, which are the exact opposite of normal particles. (Web site)

Abstract Noun

  1. A concrete noun is the opposite of a abstract noun. (Web site)

Regressive Tax

  1. The opposite of a progressive tax is a regressive tax.

Earth

  1. The direction of precession is opposite to the daily rotation of the Earth on its axis. (Web site)
  2. Planet Venus has an axial tilt of 177.3° because it is rotating in retrograde direction, opposite to other planets like Earth. (Web site)
  3. Apogee: the point in its orbit where an object is furthest from the Earth (opposite of perigee). (Web site)

Retrograde Orbit

  1. A retrograde orbit is one in which the direction of revolution is opposite to that of the earth. (Web site)
  2. A sun-synchronous orbit is a retrograde orbit (that is, a spacecraft in such an orbit will move opposite to the Earth's spin direction). (Web site)
  3. Triton is the only moon in our Solar System with a retrograde orbit (orbiting in the opposite direction than its primary, Neptune, is rotating). (Web site)

Simple Leaves

  1. The simple leaves can be either alternate and spiraling, or opposite. (Web site)
  2. They are evergreen shrubs or small trees with opposite, simple leaves.

Whorled

  1. Leaves are generally alternately arranged along a stem and are only rarely opposite or whorled. (Web site)

Opposite Category

  1. Doing the reversal twice yields the original category, so the opposite of an opposite category is the original category itself.
  2. Given a concrete category C, it is often the case that the opposite category C op per se is abstract.
  3. The opposite category of CRing is equivalent to the category of affine schemes.

Particles

  1. Antimatter is composed of particles which are identical to matter particles except that their additive quantum numbers have opposite sign.
  2. It would seem natural that all of the interactions of antiparticles are just the opposite of those of particles.
  3. A particle (charged) can be accelerated in different ways 1) Attraction by opposite charged particles.

Opposite Charges

  1. Antiparticles: particles that have exactly the same mass but opposite charges.
  2. Thus, opposite flows of opposite charges contribute to a single electric current.
  3. Opposite charges attract which causes the electrons to be attracted to the protons. (Web site)

Parallel

  1. A zone is a loop of faces connected by opposite (parallel) sides.
  2. A solid with six faces, each a parallelogram and each being parallel to the opposite face. (Web site)
  3. In the male, its direction is vertical, and parallel with the bone of the opposite side. (Web site)

Opposite Sides

  1. Opposite sides of a square are both parallel and equal.
  2. The opposite sides of a parallelogram are of equal length, and the opposite angles of a parallelogram are congruent. (Web site)
  3. In all except a few species, the leaves form in pairs on opposite sides of a square stem, consecutive pairs being at right angles to each other (decussate). (Web site)

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