Definition of isoline
What does isoline mean?
- Any of several types of line on a map, chart or graph that links points having the same value of a parameter
- see also: isopleth
"Isoline" is an opera, described as a 'conte de fées' (fairy story) in three acts and ten tableaux, on a text by Catulle Mendès, with music by André Messager.
- language: French Language
- music by André Messager
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Tilton's Journal of Horticulture and Florist's Companion (1867)
Isoline is a very distinct and beautiful variety ; for the flowers, when first open, are pure white, though the sun afterwards tinges them with pink. Another white Weigelia, under the name of W. hortensis nivca, has lately been introduced, and is ...
The Academy (1881)
Isoline is a quiet maidenly character, if rather silly, and the half-witted Miss Havering is 56 [Jan. 22, 1881.— No.
Encyclopedia of Geographic Information Science (2008)
by Karen Kemp
From the Greek iso, for “equal,” the word isoline refers to a line symbol to connect points of equal or constant value. The term isarithm is the proper generic term for a line on a map connecting points of constant value. However, because the ...
Encyclopedia of American Journalism (2007)
by Stephen L. Vaughn
Department of Justice contour (isoline) maps are the most common and easily understood by readers. To determine which of these forms best fits an article, journalists who ...
University Musical Encyclopedia: University dictionary of music and musicians (1912)
by Louis Charles Elson
Other successful works were : " Les deux pigeons," three-act ballet; the operetta " Le Bourgeois de Calais," the fairy spectacle " Isoline," the three-act operettas " Le ...
An Encyclopedia of Continental Women Writers (1991)
by Katharina M. Wilson
Isoline et la fleur serpent (1882), La Femme de Putiphar (1884), Poemes de la ...
The Cambridge Wagner Encyclopedia (2013)
by Nicholas Vazsonyi
Messager(Isoline), Hahn (La Carmélite), Erlanger (Le Fils de l'étoile), and ...
A Dictionary of Geography (2006)
by Susan Mayhew
' critical isodapane The cost of a good increases with transport costs; the critical isodapane is the *isoline where this increase is ...
Encyclopedia of Psychological Assessment (2002)
by Rocio Fernandez-Ballesteros
The rank orders were aggregated, and a cartographic isoline map of the places – or a map represented as a continuous surface using lines of uniform preference value – was constructed. Remarkable regional differences in preferences were ...
Encyclopedia of the World's Coastal Landforms (2010)
by Eric Bird
The isoline of present zero uplift ...
Dictionary Of The Social Sciences (1996)
by Hugo F. Reading
Stokes' encyclopedia of music and musicians (1909)
covering the entire period of musical history from the earliest times to the season of 1908-09 by Leander Jan Bekker
Other successful works were : " Les deux pigeons," three-act ballet ; the operetta " Le Bourgeois de Calais," the fairy spectacle " Isoline," the three-act operettas ...
The New international encyclopaedia (1918)
by Frank Moore Colby, Talcott Williams
Iris Isabeau iBis Isoline . Lodolska Lohengrin Lombardialla PrimaCrociata Lorelei Louise Lucia di Lammermoor Lucio Silla. Lucrezia Borgia Ludovic Luisa Miller Lustige Krieg. Der Lvistige Witwe, Die Lustigcn Weiber von Windsor Macbeth ...
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Scrabble value of I1S1O1L1I1N1E1
The value of this 7-letter word is 7 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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