actual height

actual height

[′ak·chə·wəl ′hīt]
(electromagnetism)
Highest altitude at which refraction of radio waves actually occurs.
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Introduced with little ceremony, and advancing with fear and hesitation, and many a bow of deep humility, a tall thin old man, who, however, had lost by the habit of stooping much of his actual height, approached the lower end of the board.
Wear flat shoes so scouts can see your actual height.
Yes, of course I wore heels, he told me his actual height.
But so far neither Flintshire County Council or Network Rail have confirmed the actual height of the bridge.
Another technique used to measure obesity involves in-person interviewing in which interviewers take actual height and weight measurements of study participants.
Whatever his actual height may be, Sullinger had no trouble scoring against the 6-11 Cousins.
The possibility of obtaining the actual height h of antenna phase centre above the surrounding reflecting surface from multipath analysis enables to detect the potential variability of the height of the reflector provided the stable monumentation of GPS antenna.
The new record book that was launched this week in London does declare her the tallest, but authorities say there is still some work to be done on her actual height.
Unfortunately, there is no record of either the identity or the actual height of this bush pilot, but if he Is six feet tall, then the bear on the left is close to an honest 10 feet squared.
Although the Kingdom Tower's actual height will definitely exceed one kilometre, its precise measurement has been kept a closely guarded
The average difference between estimated and actual height of actor when he was dressed in the soldier uniform was smaller than the difference between the estimated and actual height of the actor in street sweeper's clothes.
Moreover, these values are the actual height values with no need of compensation due to target orientation.