far boundary

far boundary

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The maximum range at which a missile can destroy or hit a target. The burnout range, the missile maneuver capability, and the angle off are some of the parameters that decide the far boundary of a missile. See also near boundary.
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Eventually, the Church of England agreed the churchyard could be used - but buried his remains by the far boundary.
I ended up planning to swing wide toward the far boundary of the property while looping toward the parking area.
The far boundary of attack distance can be obtained by replacing the object function f(x) with -f(x).
In executing this strategy, a combination of having done my homework on the issues, challenged myself to a far boundary of what I should be responsible for, and humility on that which I should not, worked well to communicate the message.
Adjacent to the house is a large terrace with a raised stone fish pool and herbaceous beds with steps up to lawns which run to the far boundary.
Our climate is at the far boundary of wine production but so are many parts of Germany which explains why with typical efficiency, German scientists have for many decades been experimenting with hybrid species that ripen more readily in cooler regions.
We will use wickets near to the club house, and move the far boundary in, so that we can put extra seating there," said Rob.
Back then the dry stone wall forming the far boundary of the plot had finally collapsed.
This time she got the lure past the first target, past the second target and past the far boundary of the practice area.
The Cound Brook runs along the far boundary of the rear garden and although this is substantially lower than the gardens, still provides a lovely picturesque view.
Bear half left to a stile in the far boundary and descend crossing a stile to keep the field boundary on the left to a bridge over the stream.
The garden makes a magical playground with its varied wildlife and the Severn Valley Steam Railway running below the far boundary, looking, during the summer months, like a scene from an E Nesbit novel.