target spot

target spot

[′tär·gət ‚spät]
(plant pathology)
Any plant disease characterized by lesions in the form of concentric markings.
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Allen Jiang turned to granular jamming to make the Stiff-Flop, a surgical robot that can worm its way to a target spot and then stiffen to get to work.
AdsWizz brings an additional capability by supporting Target Spot, an ad network that allows broadcasters to acquire and approve additional campaigns for unsold ad slots.
To target spot treatments to future tree sites, a GPS-based system was developed under the direction of Shrini Upadhyaya, a professor in the Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering at UC Davis.
Once the robot reaches a target spot, the mast can be extended to survey areas as high as seven meters without hitting the robot arm against surrounding structures.
4 mm (1") target spot, color LED bargraph for viewing trends, a fast 150 millisecond response time, a type K thermocouple input and trigger lock function for continuous readings.
The Lyman Super Target Spot scope can be worth a few hundred dollars, but I'd need to know a bit more about it (magnification, reticle, etc.
The chopper may have lost balance when the tail rotor hit a tree and sucked in branches while it was moving to the left in order to lower the rescuers to a target spot, it said.
While passing abeam the target spot, begin a 180-degree turn toward the spot, deploying whatever flaps and other drag devices (like landing gear) are needed;
The minnow head complements the spoon by adding scent and a target spot, and it doesn't interfere with the side-to-side rocking motion of the spoon on the speed retrieve.
SONS OF ANARCHY - SEASON 2 18 A TV show about the violent world of drug-addled biker gangs is appealing but this US hit didn't hit its target spot on.
The center circle acts as the aiming point and allows the shooter to still "see" the exact target spot even on low power; $280;