The ground-plan of a railway or other road, in distinction from the grades or profile.
The state of being in line; the ground plan of a railway or other road in contradistinction to the grades or profile.
The horizontal route or direction of an access road.
To match another person's behavior or experience by getting into the same line of sight and thought as the person.
The path that a highway takes through a given area; relevant because over the years a highway's alignment may change many times, particularly its passage through cities. Typically, Route 66's early city alignments passed directly along downtown streets, which in later years made for intolerable traffic conditions, leading to the re-aligning of the highway so that it would skirt ("bypass") the core of the city.
The art of placing text lines in a column or on a page.
the direction in which the body and club are "lined up" as the player addresses the ball. Example: Normal alignment is parallel to the target. To visualize your alignment, imagine your standing on railroad tracks. Your feet on one tack and your clubhead resting on the other.
To mirror someone's behavior (generally, physically) in order to move into the same line of sight and thought for the purpose of establishing rapport.
The act of lining up or the state of being in a true line.
The arrangement of letters or words along the same vertical or horizontal line.
To line up letters or words on the same vertical or horizontal line.
The arrangement of several elements on the same line.
The lining up of the horse's body parts from tail to poll.
The arrangement of objects along a straight line.
The geometric form of the centreline (or other reference line) of a carriageway with respect to the horizontal and vertical axes. (See Property Line)
The line that represents the location of a highway being considered as a new alignment alternative.
The arrangement of elements so that lines drawn along their respective edges would coincide to form a single straight line; for example, captions are often aligned with one edge of the photo.
The center line of the pump is perfectly aligned with the centerline of the driver (usually an electric motor).
Refers to both horizontal and vertical placement of a transportation corridor. The horizontal alignment refers to the location of the transportation facility as described by curves and tangents. The vertical alignment refers to the vertical orientation of the facility. (i.e. below grade, at grade or above grade).
The bringing of separate part s into line. This may refer to physical part s or to notional parts such as goals and objectives. [D02369] RMW
The actual angle above a horizontal plane, originating at a specific point of a course used for altitude guidance.
The condition of type and or art materials as they level up on a horizontal or vertical line.
How your body is aligned in relation to an imagined ball-to-target line.
The "line" which a facility follows.
The relationship of the skeleton to the line of gravity and base of support.
The formation in a straight line of several elements.