back range

back range

[′bak ‚ranj]
(navigation)
A range (distance) measured astern, particularly one used as guidance for a craft moving away from the objects from which the distance information was deduced, forming the range.
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PandoLabs brings start-up business programming, including 3rd party incubators and accelerators, entrepreneurial education and business leadership to the Wasatch Back range along with the most comprehensive mentor network in Utah.
While climbing and keeping the aircraft within glide back range of the runway, the crew noted indications of catastrophic cylinder failure and impending engine failure.
The par 3s on the front nine stretch only from 140 to 155 yards, but the three on the back range from 177 to 204 yards.
1 watched a friend of mine shooting a suppressed Whisper on the back range of the Second Chance match.
Importantly, all LBP subjects reduced self-reported P and over half significantly increased low back range of motion.
The company has signed a deal to supply a US distributor with 37,000 bars of chocolate after exhibiting the Biting Back range at the Fancy Fine Food Fair in New York in June with financial support from UKTI and help through a UK Trade and Investment report from the British Embassy in New York.
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Once the aircraft was within glide back range, Maj Neaderhiser established an orbit at the end of the runway.
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The messages on the back range from detailed accounts of what the sender is doing to ``You are the greatest drummer in the world'', sent by Paul in January 1969, the day after the Beatles' rooftop concert inSavile Row.
ALFA Romeo has added anew version to its 147 hatch back range, bringing the cost of Alfa ownership down -but only by a couple of hundred pounds.