actual height

actual height

[′ak·chə·wəl ′hīt]
(electromagnetism)
Highest altitude at which refraction of radio waves actually occurs.
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Introduced with little ceremony, and advancing with fear and hesitation, and many a bow of deep humility, a tall thin old man, who, however, had lost by the habit of stooping much of his actual height, approached the lower end of the board.
Yes, of course I wore heels, he told me his actual height.
The actual height of the wall will range from five feet to nearly 14 feet above grade, accounting for the existing elevations above sea level of the surface of the ground.
But so far neither Flintshire County Council or Network Rail have confirmed the actual height of the bridge.
Using Hexagon Geospatial's software, along with Global Navigation Satellite System receivers, the university determined the actual height of Mount Cook is 3,724 meters.
Another technique used to measure obesity involves in-person interviewing in which interviewers take actual height and weight measurements of study participants.
Whatever his actual height may be, Sullinger had no trouble scoring against the 6-11 Cousins.
The new record book that was launched this week in London does declare her the tallest, but authorities say there is still some work to be done on her actual height.
Although the Kingdom Tower's actual height will definitely exceed one kilometre, its precise measurement has been kept a closely guarded
The researchers compared the actual height, weight and age of 78 online daters to their profile information and photos on four matchmaking websites.
21) Thus, the size of the sarcophagus was impressively large, but not a practical indicator of Og's actual height.
But when Schmidt began putting on Sether's and the city's case, he brought in a 4-inches shorter, 8-foot wide section of cedar fence, which defense witnesses testified was the actual height of the involved fence.