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" ... horizontal direction expressed as the angular distance between the direction of a fixed point (as the observer's heading) and the direction of the object... "
Atlas of the World with Geophysical Boundaries: Showing Oceans, Continents ... - Página 61
de Athelstan Spilhaus - 1991 - 92 páginas
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EPA 600/2

1978
...atmospheric stability class: Coding used to represent the turbulent state of the atmosphere. azimuth: Horizontal direction expressed as the angular distance between the direction of a fixed point (as the observer's heading) and the direction of the object. chromite: Black mineral, FeCr2Oit, with...
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China's Strategic Seapower: The Politics of Force Modernization in the ...

John Wilson Lewis, Litai Xue - 1996 - 393 páginas
...and the next are based on Liu Xing (2), 34; and Zhangjun, 140, 144. 89. Azimuth in this case would be expressed as the angular distance between the direction of a fixed point (such as true north) and the heading of the missile. The information in this paragraph is from Wang...
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Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary: Eleventh Edition

Merriam-Webster Inc., Merriam-Webster, Inc. Staff, Merriam-Webster Inc, Merriam-webster Staff - 2004 - 1623 páginas
...of an object usu. in astronomy and navigation clockwise from the north point through 360 degrees 2 : horizontal direction expressed as the angular distance between the direction of a fixed point (as the observer's heading) and the direction of the object — az-i-muth-al \,a-z3-'math3l\ adj —...
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Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary: Eleventh Edition

Merriam-Webster Inc., Merriam-Webster, Inc. Staff, Merriam-Webster Inc, Merriam-webster Staff - 2004 - 1623 páginas
...azimuth 1: 1 horizon, 2 zenith, 3 star, 4 meridian, 5 vertical circle, 6 azimuth, 7 observer rection expressed as the angular distance between the direction of a fixed point (as the observer's heading) and the direction of the object — az-i-muth-al \,a-Z3-'m3thdl\ adj —...
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