far region

far region

[¦fär ¦rē·jən]
(electromagnetism)
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And I have fought with the Nuklukyets, and the Kaltags, and the Sticks in far regions, even I, and alone.
He said that the delegation of the organization included a number of doctors in different medical specialties, adding that the purpose of this visit is to support and enhance medical services and transfer knowledge to the far region.
This dim population of planetary leftovers circles the sun in a far region that's still largely unexplored.
The protests and strife began from the far region of Darfur in the Western part of the remained area of the former one million square miles Sudan.
After the break point is the far region, where the high-order modes have been greatly attenuated; the fundamental modes guide the propagation so that the wave suffers smaller loss and slight fading.
As regards fielding at the far region of the ground or close to the boundary line, the ability to pick up the ball on the run and accurate long distance throwing are the major traits that must be possessed by a fielder called the 'third man'.
In close target displays, one target appeared in the close region and one target appeared in the far region (in Figure 1, the close target appears near the letter d and the far target appears near the letter f); in far target displays, only one target appeared in the far region (the target appearing near the letter d in Figure 1 would be replaced by a distractor symbol with the same vector).
It was found in a far region of space known as the Kuiper Belt, which contains possibly millions of other similar, although smaller, bodies of rock and ice, which travel around the sun beyond the orbits of the outer planets of Uranus, Neptune and Pluto.
In the descriptive exercise so far region appears to be a strong correlate of gender disparities.
The region after the break point is the far region, where high order modes are highly attenuated; guided propagation is stabilized and undergoes lower loss.
9(a), the scattered rays from cylinders significantly contribute to the total field in the far region of the communication area.
The interactions between the elements are classified as the near region and the far region.