a line of fewer metrical feet than normal in the passage in which occurs. It is not really a pause, since the actor is expected to fill the space of the line by acting. Used for special emphasis. (Examples: 1.5.9; 25, 27, 41, 53, 58, 159; 3.1.103; 3.4.83)
The back line of the service zone, 20 feet from the front wall, which divides the court into equal halves. A serve must rebound past this line to be legal.
Français : Ligne partielle, Partiel, Navette Deutsch : Linienabschnitt A route that is part of a longer route of the same line.
A line set out on the floor parallel to the front wall and 18 feet from it. The serve must clear the short line before bouncing.
The back line of the service zone that divides the court into equal halves. Back line of service zone positioned at mid-point of the court (20 feet from front wall). A legal serve must rebound past this line.
Interconnect discontinuity adequately modeled by Lumped Element Circuits; a line of length, L ,when ratioed to a Critical Line, then ((L / Lcrit) 1): where L / Lcrit = 2 TD / Trise. TD is the electrical length of the interconnect = L / Vp; Vp = Interconnect line velocity of propagation; Trise is the digital signal rise time.