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Said of lumber, panels, etc., somewhat short of a specified dimension; bare.
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Caption: Terma's SCANTER 4100 radar equips the 'Knud Rasmussen' class Offshore Patrol Vessels of the Royal Danish Navy.
The SCANTER 6000 is specifically developed for surveillance assignments at sea, and consequently it is well-suited for search and rescue assignments and to combat so-called asymmetric threats (terror and pirate attacks).
With the expertise to understand available airport surveillance technologies, we proposed an LCGS solution consisting of HITT's A3000 ATC display and surveillance data fusion system integrated with Terma's SCANTER X-Band surface movement radar (SMR).
The evidence for this claim is even scanter than that offered for his previous argument and, again, hinges mainly on internal evidence within the plays.
At present, when he is more likely to tipple than type another page of his monograph on painter Pierre Bonnard, he describes himself as "a person of scant talent and scanter ambition, greyed o'er by the years, uncertain and astray and in need of consolation and the brief respite of drink-induced oblivion.