horizontally horizontally  /ˌhɔ rɪ ˈzɑn tə li/

Definition(s):

  • (adv) in a horizontal direction

Usage(s):

  1. Images and video clips display vertically or horizontally they reorient themselves depending on how you hold the thing.
  2. Other noteworthy features include the built-in GPS, a media player and landscape mode for viewing Web pages horizontally and typing e-mails.
  3. Then the case will be hung horizontally at the intersection of the Turin Cathedral's nave and transept, near the center of the cathedral's built-in cross.

News

  1. Flying Bike Has Successful First Flight

    A flying bike had a successful first flight. The 220 pound bicycle was the joint effort of Technodat, Evektor, and Duratec companies in Prague, Czech Republic. With a dummy in the seat, the bike rose off the ground and glided around the room for several minutes. Six fans, placed horizontally, allow the bike to hover [...] Flying Bike Has Successful First Flight is a post from: The Inquisitr
    on June 13, 2013     Source: The Inquisitr

  2. Ohio horizontal wells map database

    This database of horizontally-fracked oil and gas wells is based on data provided weekly by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources. You may search by county, the company or operator and status. A map shows the well origination points.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Mansfield News Journal

  3. Ohio fracking map/database updated

    This database of horizontally-fracked oil and gas wells is based on data provided weekly by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources. You may search by county, the company or operator and status. A map shows the well origination points.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Coshocton Tribune

Quotes

  1. Saban described the Arkansas passing game as "NFL-style. They attack vertically (down the field) and horizontally."
    on Sep 15, 2008 By: Nick Saban Source: BamaMag.com

  2. A week before the vote, Hayes stated that he was "flat-out, completely, horizontally opposed to CAFTA,"[1] arguing that CAFTA is an extension of NAFTA that was "not in the best interest of a core constituency I represent. Every time I drive...
    on Aug 1, 2005 By: Robin Hayes Source: Common Dreams (press release)

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