Horizontal Line

Some articles on horizontal line, line, horizontal:

Conway's Soldiers
... The board is divided by a horizontal line that extends indefinitely ... Above the line are empty cells and below the line are an arbitrary number of game pieces, or "soldiers" ... the puzzle is to place a soldier as far above the horizontal line as possible ...
Bridge Scoring - Rubber Bridge - An Example Rubber
... Only the contract points (70) are scored below the line the overtrick points (30) are scored above the line ... This scores 120 contract points below the line ... Accumulating 100 or more points below the line constitutes the end of the first game and is signified by the drawing of a horizontal line ...
Line Array
... A line array is a loudspeaker system that is made up of a number of loudspeaker elements coupled together in a line segment to create a near-line source of sound ... Line arrays can be oriented in any direction, but their primary use in public address is in vertical arrays which provide a very narrow vertical output pattern useful for focusing sound at audiences without ... A vertical line array displays a normally-wide horizontal pattern useful for supplying sound to the majority of a concert audience ...
Poincaré Half-plane Model - Special Curves - Constructing The Curves
... example, how to construct the half-circle in the Euclidean half-plane which models a line on the hyperbolic plane through two given points ... Creating the line through two existing points Draw the line segment between the two points ... Construct the perpendicular bisector of the line segment ...
Ma (kana) - Stroke Order
... The hiragana ま is made with three strokes An upper horizontal line from left to right ... Another horizontal line going fom left to right under the first stroke ... A vertical line from top to bottom, then a small loop towards the right, which then crosses the vertical line going to the left ...

Famous quotes containing the words line and/or horizontal:

    Michelangelo said to Pope Julius II, “Self negation is noble, self-culture is beneficent, self-possession is manly, but to the truly great and inspiring soul they are poor and tame compared to self-abuse.” Mr. Brown, here, in one of his latest and most graceful poems refers to it in an eloquent line which is destined to live to the end of time—”None know it but to love it, None name it but to praise.”
    Mark Twain [Samuel Langhorne Clemens] (1835–1910)

    I am a sort of martyr, as you see,
    A horizontal monument to patience.
    The calves of waitresses parade about
    My helpless head upon this sodden floor.
    Well, I am down again, but not yet out.
    O sweet frustrations, I shall be back for more.
    Richard Wilbur (b. 1921)