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doran

[′dȯ‚rän]
(engineering)
A Doppler ranging system that uses phase comparison of three different modulation frequencies on the carrier wave, such as 0.01, 0.1, and 1 megahertz, to obtain missile range data with high accuracy. Derived from Doppler range.
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Simon, second son of the Duke of Balmoral, and Miss Hatty Doran, the only daughter of Aloysius Doran.
Simon, who has shown himself for over twenty years proof against the little god's arrows, has now definitely announced his approaching marriage with Miss Hatty Doran, the fascinating daughter of a California millionaire.
Aloysius Doran, the Duchess of Balmoral, Lord Backwater, Lord Eustace and Lady Clara St.
Did you see Miss Doran on the day before the wedding?
Doran did his work well--did it with adequate "love.
Doran has a hundred curious things to note:--that Richard the Third, for instance, who has retained a so unflattering possession of the stage, was its "first practically useful patron.
Doran gives some curious instances from later actors.
From its base at Tile Hill in Coventry his company, Jim Doran Hand Controls, installs complex driver adaptations to vehicles on behalf of organisations such as Motability, Motability Operations, the Thalidomide Trust and local authorities.
Alice Bernadette Doran, 20, was locked up for two months in January after she twice broke the windows of St Mellons Police Station in Cardiff.
McBride has been a star of the season with the Crues, who have performed better than anyone would have thought with manager Alan Doran taking them to mid-table.
Builder Daniel Doran, aged 54, of Goff's Oak, Hertfordshire, collapsed shortly after pursuing the vandals in his car on Thursday night.
a developer of wireless optical networking equipment, today announced the addition of Steve Doran as Vice President, Customer Support.