present range

present range

[′prez·ənt ′rānj]
(ordnance)
The range between a gun and the present position of its target.
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The present range of services will continue to be available, he confirmed.
The new vehicles will be based on the brand's present range of vehicles, while expanding into both lower and upper segments of the market.
The lending rates at present range between 16 to 18 per cent.
Most of this watershed drainage area is under the management of Eglin Air Force Base, as is most of the darter's present range.
The investments made in the expansion of the present range and the continued development of own brands contributed to another year of increase in turnover," owner and MD Sam Sangha wrote in the accounts.
New Hampshire's Andy Savage asserts that if mountain lions really were here, hounds would have scented, trailed and treed several of them long ago, especially in the corridors connecting their present range.
MINI says the car will be able to use the most powerful engine in its present range - the 207bhp 1.
In the absence of a major political crisis in the Middle East, and should speculation by investors be kept in check, current data suggests that oil prices might remain in their present range until further notice, in light of the sufficient surplus production capacity.
The product fits perfectly in our present range of products," said Magnus Carlund, President of HDconnect.
Oil prices were unlikely to rise because of high inventory levels and were likely to remain in their present range, Badri said.
Swiss has maintained its present range of destinations, but has temporarily withdrawn two aircraft from its fleet.
But "with the rate of poaching and habitat loss, gorillas in the region may disappear from most of their present range in less than 10 to 15 years from now," according to the report, co-authored by the international law enforcement agency Interpol.