dispersion pattern


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dispersion pattern

[də′spər·zhən ‚pad·ərn]
(ordnance)
The distribution of a series of shots by using coordinate settings as nearly identical as possible.

dispersion pattern

A pattern formed by a series of rounds fired from one weapon under identical conditions, such as the aiming point, firing and wind conditions, and sight settings.
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Low-grade neuroendocrine carcinomas may not always demonstrate a granular chromatin pattern or predominant individual-cell dispersion pattern.
The Iowa family covers a broad range of dispersion patterns that enables the appraiser to envision retirement characteristics in terms of both average life and pattern shape.
Within "MS," clusters were apparently defined by the dispersion pattern of Rr and its position in the plot (intercept and Rr value at initial T).
A strong supporting arsenic anomaly is coincident with the gold dispersion pattern.
This anomaly is larger and displays a more well developed dispersion pattern than other anomalies further south which express the known deposit.
Independent laboratory testing proves that the TW-7 is a very playable club with amazing consistency in its dispersion pattern.
The "Tri-Polar" dispersion pattern sends sound in three directions for exhilarating sound that fills the room.
This dispersion pattern is similar to nickel and chromium patterns that is occurrence in ultramafic rocks.
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If all factors are equal the shaft flex characteristics are as follows: A stiff-flex shaft will have a lower launch angle, go a shorter distance and have a straighter shot dispersion pattern.
The cylindrical enclosure gives M6 its naturally wide dispersion pattern, filling the room with natural sound that can be enjoyed from any position and does not vary in volume as you move closer or further away from the loudspeakers.
In a take-home assessment quiz, I ask them to look for these dispersion patterns in other species and apply the index of dispersion test.