axis

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  • The third floor houses a large room laid out on an east-west axis.
  • The building, laid out in an east-west axis, is long and wide.
  • The most important buildings are situated on the central north-south axis.
  • The building has a central court on the north-south axis.
  • Various countries fought side by side with the Axis powers for a common cause.
  • It measures about in the north-south direction and in the east-west axis.
  • It is wide along its north-south axis and long along its east-west axis.
  • It is wide along its north-south axis and long along its east-west axis.
  • The temple is arranged on an east-west axis, and contains five main buildings.
  • Each grave was set apart on an east-west axis and apart north to south.
  • The building was a long, narrow structure with an east-west axis.
  • The station has a single platform on a north-south axis.
  • Then the garden axis could open through a grand gateway into the new royal square.
  • This was possible due to large size of the planet and its small semi-major axis.
  • Suppose many points are close to the x axis and distributed along it.
  • The station has an island platform on a north-south axis containing two platforms.
  • Three of the four old town cores are found along this north-south axis.
  • The top has an east-west axis with ridges running out north and south from each end.
  • Crossing the commune along its north-south axis is the national forest.
  • The playing area used to feature pitches laid on an east-west axis.
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Meaning of axis

  • noun A straight line through a body or figure that satisfies certain conditions
  • noun The main stem or central part about which plant organs or plant parts such as branches are arranged
  • noun In world war ii the alliance of germany and italy in 1936 which later included japan and other nations
    the Axis opposed the Allies in World War II
  • noun The 2nd cervical vertebra; serves as a pivot for turning the head
  • noun The center around which something rotates