fixed target


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fixed target

[¦fikst ′tär·gət]
(ordnance)
A nonmovable or immobilized target, such as a city, factory, or surrounded troops.
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Future trials in heart failure should use achievement of maximum tolerated doses, rather than fixed target doses, as entry criteria to ensure that women are more represented."
"We're being sponsored for every hour we're broadcasting and have no fixed target.
In terms of the target's metric (form), Argentina's technical team considered several options: 1) a fixed target, 2) a linear emission intensity target and 3) a "square root" GDP related target.
Thus, throwing the rounders ball in fixed target, we obtained t = 6.222, <0.01; in darts, t = 8.637, p<0.01; to dribble in a straight line 20m., t = 11.250, p<0.01.
As a Raytheon/Boeing team seeks to capture the joint air-to-ground missile (JAGM) contract, the team's first guided test vehicle launch struck a fixed target board "dead centre" from a 16km (8.6nm) range.
"When you attack a fixed target, especially a big one, you are better off using jet aircraft.
Whoever The Hoops play, Hartley has a fixed target for the campaign.
Called Digital IBC, it has a fifth sensor that looks at a fixed target and calibrates the other four.
In the Fixed Target approach, the target proportions shown in Table 2 remained fixed for all blocks, e.g., the target proportion for Pruned Domestic Sawlogs remained at 15 percent for all blocks.
The CZ 75 TS features fixed target sights, o factory tuned single action trigger mechanism, a lightweight polymer match trigger with adjustments for take-up and overt-ravel.
By sitting there with a static address, it is more likely that someone can 'find you' and try to drop a Trojan horse onto your machine." It is easier for hackers to go after a fixed target.
Evoke Axio release 4.2 includes a new multi-map feature in the FTM (fixed target mapping) functionality that allows Evoke software users to map databases one-to-many and many-to-one.