a very short range of lift.
- Between the upper transverse glens of the Karamuren (or Mitt River) and the Cherchen-darya stretches the short range of Tokuz-davan.
These were planned in the days of short-range guns, and were therefore in 1870 open to an overwhelming bombardment by the rifled cannon of the attack.
above the waterlevel and forming the terminal point of a short range between the city and the Atlantic coast.
But in the ordinary skeletal muscles the amount of the muscular contraction is for a short range of quantities of stimulus (of above threshold value) proportioned to the intensity of the stimulus and increases with it.
The course of the Las Heras from Lake Buenos Aires is south and southwest, the short range of mountains in which are found the Cerros San Valentin and Arenales forcing it southward for an outlet.
In the centre meanwhile the two infantries stood fast for eight hours, separated by the brook, while the artillery on both sides fired into it at short range.
The species of the Graptoloidea have individually a remarkably short range in geological time; but the geographical distribution of the group as a whole, and that of many of its species, is almost world-wide.
Under the UN agreement after the 1991 Gulf War, Saddam is allowed to develop only short-range ballistic missiles.
The Workshop's short-range objective is to preserve and safeguard the artifacts and performing system of traditional glove puppetry.
short-range missile is planned for late 2004.
short-range rocket in flight.
short-range tactical nuclear weapons.
short-range high data-rate communications was first proposed in the 1990s.
short-range radio for data transfer between vehicles will also be developed.
Depending on preference, players can choose to use short-range, long-range, defensive or evasive play styles.
But this refinement was long looked upon as a mere fad, both by the soldiers who used the smooth-bore (or converted rifle) musket, and by experienced short-range snapshooters.
The Workshop 's short-range objective is to preserve and safeguard the artifacts and performing system of traditional glove puppetry.
An intercept test using a half power laser against a short-range missile is planned for late 2004.
In February 1996, the U.S. Army used a laser to intercept and destroy a short-range rocket in flight.
In some respects even greater danger is posed by short-range tactical nuclear weapons.
Their application to short-range high data-rate communications was first proposed in the 1990s.
A secure short-range radio for data transfer between vehicles will also be developed.
In the present program the particles interact by central short-range forces.
Individual focus is good for medium to long ranges, but not for short range.
Even though the price range is comparable to other high-end makeup lines, the powder products in this makeup line don't come with a short-range expiration date.
Interestingly, Dan's name in Japanese (Hibiki Dan) can be translated as "Fire minus bullet", making reference to his utter uselessness and incredibly short-range fireballs.
Godzilla also had cool powers like atomic breath and the ability to emit a nuclear short range pulse from his body.
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