reduced distance

reduced distance

[ri′düst ′dis·təns]
(optics)
A distance in a medium divided by the medium's index of refraction.
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He said his government has reduced distance to health facilities to ensure residents get services near their homes.
And the considerably reduced distance between the heating godet duo and the texturing head also has a positive impact on the texturing process.
The race was not held in 1978 but was re-introduced in 1979 over the reduced distance of 1,600 metres.
He said that the bridge and the road had greatly reduced distance between Rajanpur and Rahimyar Khan and it would benefit traders in a big way.
Trays are grouped into rows of seven for transfer into the GT3, where a reduced distance between the packs and the sealing head helps to ensure that no product is lost during the sealing of the punnets.
Race two was held over a reduced distance of 18 laps and Rea's cause was helped when Aprilia pair Guintoli and Melandri collided six laps from the end as they led the chasing pack.
Making no further assumptions, let the density at any point inside the event horizon be [[rho].sub.initial] (r) where r is the reduced distance from the center of symmetry.
The reduced distance minimizes the uncontrolled strand zone and ensures enhanced quality.
Gitates Alemu is a 48 year old policeman who has reduced distance vision and finds it difficult to carry out his community duties.
After a morning of rain, the race was delayed for almost half an hour and as the riders headed out on wet tyres it was to form the grid for a reduced distance of 15 laps.
At a reduced distance of 15 laps instead of the original 30, Tunstall struggled in the opening laps dropping to 25th.
In six races, his sole defeat came at the hands of Shamardal in the Prix du Jockey-Club, when the race's newly reduced distance of 1m21/2f militated against him.

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