fixed target


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fixed target

[¦fikst ′tär·gət]
(ordnance)
A nonmovable or immobilized target, such as a city, factory, or surrounded troops.
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On the other hand, achieving the fixed target might be extremely difficult under high economic growth (this occurs because A increases with increases in GDP).
Tests Initial testing Final testing Rounders throwing 53,21 [+ or -] 8,22 59,28 [+ or -] 5,49 balls at a fixed target (points) Darts (points) 51,07 [+ or -] 5,94 65,35 [+ or -] 3,65 Dribbling in a 10,29 [+ or -] 0,45 10,12 [+ or -] 0,35 straight line (s) Table 3.
Whoever The Hoops play, Hartley has a fixed target for the campaign.
In the Fixed Target approach, the target proportions shown in Table 2 remained fixed for all blocks, e.
To promote the introduction of natural energy, the government also implemented the Renewable Portfolio Standards, or RPS, law, a new energy measure, in 2003, to oblige electric power companies to achieve the legally fixed target of natural energy generation.
The CZ 75 TS features fixed target sights, o factory tuned single action trigger mechanism, a lightweight polymer match trigger with adjustments for take-up and overt-ravel.
That capability is leveraging and will help us deal even better with the fixed target sets that are out there as part of the war plan.
It is easier for hackers to go after a fixed target.
The Department of Defense can use modern techniques to figure out how and where to hit a legitimate fixed target (i.
The second part applies the principles to a rotating target or a fixed target observed by a moving radar (SAR) to develop the concept of radar imaging.
The Danish creamery Katrineholm has for many years produced feta cheese which has been manually batched to fixed target weight before canning and curing.
Constantly changing, their goal was not a fixed target.