Yardage


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yardage

[′yärd·ij]
(mechanics)
An amount expressed in yards.
(mining engineering)
The extra compensation a miner receives in addition to the mining price for working in a narrow place or in deficient coal, usually at a certain price per yard advanced.

Yardage

A term applied to cubic yards of earth excavated or installed.

yardage

1. The number of cubic yards excavated or filled.
2. An area or surface, expressed in square yards.
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These measurements will help me comfortably select the yardage if a deer should travel off the beaten path.
The results will be apparent in the rushing yardage totals.
If you use yardage, you can then base your decision on these factors and whether there is a bunker in front of the green meaning you have to carry the ball all the way.
You are looking at the yardage, you're calculating where the green shapes are instead of just getting the yardage and getting the club out.
Photo: Lightweight wool yardage with border of contrasting fabric makes a cozy lap cover for cold-weather reading
Rubber-Cal looks forward to developing a working relationship with The DIY Network through this upcoming season of "Extra Yardage.
The TD yardage make-ups of Baltimore's last six opponents have been a more restrained 21, 23, 16, 156, 27 and 25, with the big tally recorded by Denver who had a 98-yard interception return and a 51-yard receiving score.
3-D shooting made us better hunters by teaching us to judge yardage on a life-sized animal target rather than a tree or rock.
With downhill shots, I choose a tree near the target and then figure the yardage to the tree at eye level.
Based on the current numbers, the Cougars will be attempting to defend the most accurate passer ever at OSU, along with possibly OSU's highest scorer and the top all-purpose yardage producer, all part of an overall offense that is so far the program's most successful on third down and the Pac-10's best at scoring points once it reaches the opponent's 20-yard line, or the "red zone.
Calculate total yardage for squares, 1/2 square triangles, 1/4 square triangles, 45 degree and 60 degree diamonds.
Carman said: "Four of us stood on the tee at the short 10th at Fulford and we all were given different distances with the rangefinders, by several yards, so I switched mine off and relied on a yardage chart.