The position between second and third is called Shortstop.
This position is called short stop.
The "keystone" in baseball usually refers to second base. It's called such because it is important in scoring (since a runner on second is in "scoring position") and because it's a key defensive position.
A slanting position is called an incline position. It is measured by the angle of the incline plane. It means the number of angular degrees between the horizontal and vertical planes.
The three positions are Left Field, Right Field, and Center Field.
The fetal position is to have your head between your legs, your knees drawn in tight, and basically you are curled up into a ball. It is called the fetal position because it is very similar to the position a baby is in while in the womb.
Rate of change in position is called velocity.
a continuous change in position is called Motion
The difference between the final and the initial position of an object is called displacement. Displacement <= Distance
Centering on the page or vertical allignment.
This is often measured as something called the "position angle".
That's called the body's " displacement ".
energy due to motion is called kinatic energy. and change in position is called potentional energy.
No, it is called a a position.
The position is called locus (plural: loci).
The shortstop and second baseman are called middle infielders for their obvious position in the infield.
The way to get called up is have great stats,the best player in the minors who play the open position get called up
That position is called as 'Lithotomy position'.
This is the amplitude of the wave in question.