map range

map range

[′map ‚rānj]
(ordnance)
The range from an artillery piece to any point as scaled or computed from a map.
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I usually like a standard map range for an at-a-glance estimate of distance to the next fix or nearby airports.
Icons give shape and color as well as map range and type of habitat.
Moses showed me the dreaded familiar site of a 3G phone fading to grey as it scanned across a wide map range, but the 4G happily skipped through Wales without once flickering from an accurate representation of those winding streets.
Since then, its product range has been extended to include ready to eat and convenience products and an extended shelf life MAP range.
The MAP range for the Profession line open stock is $60-140, with two sets available: a 4-piece magnetic block set with Japanese knives for $500 and a 5-piece magnetic block set with traditional European knives for $490.
At the debut under this new name they will be showing their latest MAP range alongside their wide range of EPS and Plastona trays, which are all suitable for use with meat and poultry cuts and products.
The sizes of features shown in the new map range from the 10-centimeter-high steps over some fracture zones to the 25-meter-deep troughs over trenches.
At ETA minus one hour, you twist the map range knob to check the fuel range rings and see that you don't quite have enough fuel to arrive at your destination with your planned one-hour reserve.
The guide - Mynegai mapiau - has a complete index of the map maker's Explorer, OS Landranger and OS Travel Map range, showing which kind of map at differing scales you need for what part of Britain.
Some options we particularly liked were the ability to overlay weather and TAWS-like warnings on IFR en route charts, Approach and Navaid frequencies on the moving map and the ability to save map range settings along with each view.