fine delay

fine delay

[¦fīn di′lā]
(navigation)
A dial on a loran navigation system receiver, for controlling relatively small changes in the position of the B trace pedestal, and serving as a vernier for the coarse delay.
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Luckily, it was a Leeds forward trying to find a centre when Smith snapped up the ball within his own 22 to run 60 metres and a fine delayed pass found winger Holford at full f low to score the crucial try.