pelvic plane of greatest dimensions

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pel·vic plane of great·est di·men·sions

the plane extending from the middle of the posterior surface of the pubic symphysis to the junction of the second and third sacral vertebrae, and laterally passing through the ischial bones over the middle of the acetabulum.

pel·vic plane of great·est di·men·sions

(pel'vik plān grāt'ĕst di-men'shŭnz)
The plane that extends from the middle of the posterior surface of the pubic symphysis to the junction of the second and third sacral vertebrae, and laterally passes through the ischial bones over the middle of the acetabulum.
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Of particular interest is a region known as Sputnik Planitia - the wide plane in the western lobe of the heart. Although researchers have put forward (http://www.ibtimes.com/plutos-cold-heart-may-be-filled-slushy-icy-water-2447361) several hypotheses to explain its structure - processes involving nitrogen ice, hydrocarbons, and even liquid water - all of these identify the feature as an impact basin created by a smaller body striking Pluto at extremely high speed.
When the return path is not a wide plane, but is constricted into a lead in a package or a pin in a connector, the mutual inductance can increase more than an order of magnitude and will typically dominate crosstalk noise.
Not only was the carrier a tiny dot in the darkening North Atlantic,but they had to land a 45ft- wide plane on a 60ftwide deck.
Now, further analysis of New Horizons data has thrown up a surprising finding about Sputnik Planitia - the wide plane in the western lobe of the heart.
This happens because at the bottom of the basin located in the Sputnik Planum - a wide plane in the western lobe of the "heart" - the atmospheric pressure is higher than in the surrounding areas, a fact that causes the nitrogen to condense into ice in this region, creating a permanent reservoir.
Egypt Air is seeking to modernize its fleet with adding 33 planes, including 27 medium aircraft and 6 wide planes. The deal will continue through to 2020/2021, which would make the fleet of 84 planes.