actual motion

actual motion

[′ak·chə·wəl ′mō·shən]
(navigation)
Motion of a craft relative to the earth.
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Ensure you have a purpose and understand why you're doing this, or it will be difficultto put your thoughts in actual motion.
Going forward: Unless you mean actual motion in a non-reverse direction the words you want are "in the future" or "from now on".
Previously used in certain human-detection applications, microwave sensors have suffered from certain shortcomings: when a single sensor is used to provide wide coverage over the typical room-sized space, in addition to actual motion inside the area being monitored, movements of air-conditioning equipment in the same area and movements of people or vehicles outside the space are also detected.
We could clearly see the actual motion of the delineated tumor with respect to the patient's breathing.
He told the Examiner: "We've yet to see the actual motion which Labour will propose, but I suspect it will be designed to try and embarrass the Government rather than further the argument.
The actual motion of riding has definitely helped in terms of gaining more flexion in my right knee.
The controller is also equipped with Intelligent Setting, allowing users to program data for speed and travel amount as the unit of actual motion such as "mm,".
But, dynamics are often required to accurately simulate the actual motion of a mechanical system.
The Government won a second vote on its actual motion to renew Trident by 409 votes to 161.
The controller picks up your actual motion and translates it onto the screen.
The "Jump to Light Speed Experience," kept in a separate part of the museum for space reasons, is not an actual motion simulator.