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Range

Meanings and phrases

range

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n.
  1. an area in which something acts or operates or has power or control:; scope; reach; orbit; compass; ambit
  2. the limits within which something can be effective; reach
  3. a large tract of grassy open land on which livestock can graze
  4. a series of hills or mountains; mountain range; range of mountains; chain; mountain chain; chain of mountains
  5. a place for shooting (firing or driving) projectiles of various kinds
  6. the limit of capability; compass; reach; grasp
  7. (mathematics) the set of values of the dependent variable for which a function is defined; image; range of a function
  8. a variety of different things or activities
  9. a kitchen appliance used for cooking food; stove; kitchen stove; kitchen range; cooking stove

range

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v.
  1. change or be different within limits; run
  2. move about aimlessly or without any destination, often in search of food or employment; roll; wander; swan; stray; tramp; roam; cast; ramble; rove; drift; vagabond
  3. have a range; be capable of projecting over a certain distance, as of a gun
  4. range or extend over; occupy a certain area; straddle
  5. lay out orderly or logically in a line or as if in a line; array; lay out; set out
  6. feed as in a meadow or pasture; crop; browse; graze; pasture
  7. let eat
  8. assign a rank or rating to; rate; rank; order; grade; place

Admiralty Range

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n.
  1. mountains in Antarctica to the north of Victoria Land

Alaska Range

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n.
  1. a mountain range in south central Alaska; contains Mount McKinley

Balkan Mountain Range

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n.
  1. the major mountain range of Bulgaria and the Balkan Peninsula; Balkans; Balkan Mountains

Cascade Range

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n.
  1. a mountain range in the northwestern United States extending through Washington and Oregon and northern California; a part of the Coast Range; Cascades; Cascade Mountains

Coast Range

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n.
  1. a string of mountain ranges along the Pacific coast of North America from southeastern Alaska to Lower California; Coast Mountains

Great Dividing Range

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n.
  1. a mountain range running along the eastern coast of Australia; Eastern Highlands

Karakoram Range

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n.
  1. a mountain range in northern Kashmir; an extension of the Hindu Kush; contains the 2nd highest peak; Karakoram; Karakorum Range; Mustagh; Mustagh Range

Karakorum Range

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n.
  1. a mountain range in northern Kashmir; an extension of the Hindu Kush; contains the 2nd highest peak; Karakoram; Karakoram Range; Mustagh; Mustagh Range

Mesabi Range

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n.
  1. a range of hills in northeastern Minnesota where rich iron ore deposits were discovered in 1887

Mustagh Range

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n.
  1. a mountain range in northern Kashmir; an extension of the Hindu Kush; contains the 2nd highest peak; Karakoram; Karakoram Range; Karakorum Range; Mustagh

St. Elias Range

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n.
  1. a range of mountains between Alaska and the Yukon territory; St. Elias Mountains

Teton Range

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n.
  1. a mountain range in northwest Wyoming; contains the Grand Teton

approximate range

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n.
  1. near to the scope or range of something; ballpark

at close range

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adv.
  1. very close; close up

driving range

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n.
  1. a practice range for practicing golf shots; golf range
E.g.
  • The B4 has a combined cycle driving range of .
  • A golf driving range was built on it (1997).
  • The driving range is over 350 yards for the long hitters.

electric range

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n.
  1. a kitchen range in which the heat for cooking is provided by electric power

firing range

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n.
  1. a practice range for target practice; target range
E.g.
  • In World War II the Army used the fort as a firing range.
  • On August 29, 1917, the widow went with Means to a firing range.
  • The company also constructed a 100-yard firing range for ammunition testing.

gas range

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n.
  1. a range with gas rings and an oven for cooking with gas; gas stove; gas cooker

golf range

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n.
  1. a practice range for practicing golf shots; driving range

home range

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n.
  1. the area in which an animal normally ranges; home territory
E.g.
  • It has a low tolerance for other shrews in its home range.
  • They are nocturnal, occupying a home range of as little as .
  • American badger use of home range varies with season and sex.

kitchen range

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n.
  1. a kitchen appliance used for cooking food; stove; kitchen stove; range; cooking stove

mountain range

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n.
  1. a series of hills or mountains; range; range of mountains; chain; mountain chain; chain of mountains
E.g.
  • The Higashiyama mountain range lies to the east.
  • The mountain range was also divided into three regions.
  • The mountain range runs roughly northwest to southeast.
n.
  1. a navigational system consisting of a network of radio beacons that provide aircraft with information about exact position and bearing; omnirange; omnidirectional range
n.
  1. a navigational system consisting of a network of radio beacons that provide aircraft with information about exact position and bearing; omnirange; omnidirectional radio range

practice range

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n.
  1. a place for practicing golf shots

range animal

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n.
  1. any animal that lives and grazes in the grassy open land of western North America (especially horses, cattle, sheep)

range finder

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n.
  1. a measuring instrument (acoustic or optical or electronic) for finding the distance of an object; rangefinder

range hood

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n.
  1. exhaust hood over a kitchen range

range in

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v.
  1. direct onto a point or target, especially by automatic navigational aids; home in; zero in

range of a function

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n.
  1. (mathematics) the set of values of the dependent variable for which a function is defined; image; range

range of mountains

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n.
  1. a series of hills or mountains; range; mountain range; chain; mountain chain; chain of mountains
E.g.
  • You have plains on one side and a very high range of mountains on the other.
  • The western part is a range of mountains and forests, occupies about 70 percent of the city.
  • A range of mountains extends along the northwest border and into Togo; these are the Atacora.

range pole

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n.
  1. surveying instrument consisting of a straight rod painted in bands of alternate red and white each one foot wide; used for sightings by surveyors; ranging pole; flagpole

rifle range

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n.
  1. the distance that a rifle bullet will carry; rifle shot
  2. a range where people can practice shooting rifles
E.g.
  • Inside of Cook Stadium grandstand is the RHIT rifle range.
  • Not far from the fort was a rifle range.
  • The park site was a former rifle range.

rocket range

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n.
  1. a firing range for rocket missiles

shooting range

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n.
  1. an enclosed firing range with targets for rifle or handgun practice; shooting gallery
E.g.
  • Aghdam visited a shooting range the day before the shooting.
  • A shooting range is also available.
  • His parents had an indoor shooting range installed at their home in Patiala, Punjab.

target range

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n.
  1. a practice range for target practice; firing range

test range

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n.
  1. a range for conducting tests

visual range

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n.
  1. distance at which a given standard object can be seen with the unaided eye

wide range

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E.g.
  • Birds occupy a wide range of ecological positions.
  • A wide range is available of flying disc variants.
  • Thế Giới publications cover a wide range of topics:

broad range

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E.g.
  • Silicone resins represent a broad range of products.
  • There are many available that cover a broad range of topics.
  • Accordingly, criticism in the "Voice" spanned a broad range.

long range

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E.g.
  • These were the first long range, strategic bombers.
  • AMRAAM uses two-stage guidance when fired at long range.
  • This obscures the target at long range and the foreground.

full range

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  • The press publishes a full range of K–12 textbooks.
  • It has regular contacts with the full range of policy actors.
  • The club runs three senior sides and a full range of junior sides.

close range

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  • Both had been shot to death at close range.
  • Both were shot at close range with a 9 mm caliber handgun.
  • Anchoring to port, Miller's ship opened fire at close range.

wider range

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  • At the mixed sales there are a wider range of horses available.
  • Vijayan was discussed in Kerala Cultural-Political scenario in a wider range.
  • It could help customers buy wider range of products and save customers’ time.

diverse range

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E.g.
  • The theatre produces a diverse range of drama.
  • Canard-Duchêne produces a diverse range of champagnes.
  • There is a diverse range of bog and marshland plants recorded.

range between

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  • Daily maximum temperatures usually range between .
  • The range between transmit pulses is 5 km to 50 km.
  • Average yearly temperatures at Malha range between .

vocal range

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  • They have a rich vocal range, and good hearing.
  • Hoppus and DeLonge's vocal range spans from F# to F#.
  • Scherzinger possesses a wide vocal range.

range of topics

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  • Thế Giới publications cover a wide range of topics:
  • There are many available that cover a broad range of topics.
  • The range of topics in filk songs stems from its cultural roots in fandom.

age range

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E.g.
  • There were 669 persons in the age range of 0 to 6 years.
  • There were 322 persons in the age range of 0 to 6 years.
  • Crews will be taken from the appropriate age range (e.g.

native range

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  • The adult bald eagle is unmistakable in its native range.
  • It is of commercial importance as a food fish in its native range.
  • Mudmat is considered an invasive species outside of its native range.

range extends

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  • The range extends as far north as the Avon River.
  • The eastern range extends to the southern Ural.
  • Its range extends over the border into Sonora, Mexico.

large range

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  • The game offers a large range of enemies and different stages.
  • Britain grows a large range of apples specifically for cooking.
  • The Townsend avalanche can have a large range of current densities.

maximum range

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  • Her maximum range is at , or alternatively, at .
  • The maximum range of the 12-pounder was .
  • The maximum range of the 8-pounder was .

range of other

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  • In the meantime a range of other schools had appeared.
  • Union Group has since expanded into a range of other sectors.
  • During this period, he involved himself in a range of other activities.

temperature range

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  • The optimal temperature range is 400 °C to 700 °C.
  • The reported temperature range where they are found is .
  • It prefers a temperature range of 22-26 °C.

range of subjects

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  • The Triads of Ireland cover a vast range of subjects.
  • Nine NZQA scholarships were achieved in a range of subjects.
  • Currently JES offers over 13 programs on a range of subjects.

limited range

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  • There is a limited range of motion of the hip joint.
  • Helicopters also tend to have limited range and endurance.
  • A limited range of word choices is strongly regional in nature.

dynamic range

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  • The 4K model also has support for high dynamic range.
  • A Duhulla is known for its wide dynamic range.
  • The human ear has a large dynamic range in sound reception.

short range

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  • Each short range DF platoon contained five sections, each of two DF cars.
  • Artificial illumination is effective to improve illumination at short range.
  • Agni missiles consist of one (short range) or two stages (intermediate range).

range of products

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  • The range of products of the factory was ambitious.
  • Silicone resins represent a broad range of products.
  • There is one main shop in Nukunonu which sells a limited range of products.

frequency range

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E.g.
  • The Rayleigh waves used for this purpose are in the ultrasonic frequency range.
  • The sensitivity varies with frequency as each noise has its own frequency range.
  • Television's channel 1 frequency range was moved to 50–56 MHz (see table below).

product range

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  • In Germany, the product range is 85,000 product lines.
  • Weltron's early product range is known for its Space Age design.
  • More cider apples are being planted to expand the product range.

range in size

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  • Rastacaps range in size and shape, as well as uses.
  • Beads range in size from under to over in diameter.
  • The cobbles that it contains range in size from to .

range includes

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E.g.
  • Today, the range includes more than 700 products.
  • In North America its range includes southern Mexico.
  • Its range includes Israel, Syria, Jordan and Lebanon.

range of services

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  • A range of services are available for members including a bookshop.
  • Brazil's diversified economy includes agriculture, industry, and a wide range of services.
  • NECA represents electrical contractors from firms of all sizes, performing a range of services.

range of different

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  • Amber occurs in a range of different colors.
  • Fish exhibit a wide range of different reproductive strategies.
  • Monroe's young boy was unsettled with a range of different carers.

within range

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E.g.
  • Eight targets within range of the RAF were identified.
  • As soon as they came within range, the Indians opened with heavy fire.
  • HMS "Torbay" and "Pocahontas" were lagging and within range of the enemy guns.

offers a range

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  • The Andalusian terrain offers a range of altitudes and slopes.
  • The College offers a range of vocational programmes and A levels.
  • The George Museum offers a range of educational programs for school groups.

range of activities

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  • The school offers a wide range of activities.
  • The range of activities offered has become much more extensive over the years.
  • Development principles include conserving and reusing historical buildings for a range of activities.

within the range

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  • DCI's used in global barcodes fall within the range of 1–9.
  • DCI's used in service barcodes fall within the range of M–U.
  • DCI's used in internal barcodes fall within the range of V–Z.

range of issues

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  • Also, exclusive stories are presented daily that cover large range of issues concerning Tamil Nadu.
  • The purpose of the convention is to discuss and vote on a wide range of issues affecting the fraternity.
  • The APF had fairly detailed positions on a wide range of issues, and was self-described as 'anti-capitalist.'

effective range

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E.g.
  • The effective range was for shot and for canister.
  • The effective range proved to be only at that speed.

whole range

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E.g.
  • This station is also noted for a whole range of amenities available within the premises.
  • From here we can have a glimpse of the whole range of Naneghat and the forts near Murbad.
  • This is essentially a File and Print Server suite that runs on a whole range of different platforms.

greater range

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E.g.
  • The result was slightly faster ships with greater range.
  • Another attribute was their greater range.
  • The main competitor Radio 538, had a much greater range than Veronica FM.

range of motion

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  • There is a limited range of motion of the hip joint.
  • Some will also describe decreased range of motion of the affected hip.
  • With progression more intense range of motion exercises are incorporated.

temperatures range

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E.g.
  • Working temperatures range from - 35°C to 85°C.
  • Average temperatures range from in January to in July.
  • Winter average temperatures range between .

broader range

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E.g.
  • The focus was expanded to encompass a broader range of international films.
  • The model was updated for 2018, with engine mods giving a broader range of power.
  • "Active Directory" became the umbrella title of a broader range of directory-based services.

range of habitats

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E.g.
  • The range of habitats are home to many species of invertebrate.
  • There are thousands of species adapted to a wide range of habitats.
  • The genus inhabits a wide range of habitats, and many taxa are migratory.

depth range

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E.g.
  • Marine; pelagic-neritic; depth range 0 – 300 m (Ref.
  • The depth range of this sea urchin is .
  • They are found at a depth range of .

longer range

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  • In 1985, development of the longer range 747-400 began.
  • For longer range targets, the S-300 is used.
  • It was slower than its competitors but it had longer range.

across a range

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  • Rydges accommodates one million guests annually, across a range of market segments.
  • Simulations are carried out across a range of spatial scales, from global to landscape.
  • He holds a number of British and European records across a range of different strokes and lengths.

entire range

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E.g.
  • Its entire range is less than 40 square miles.
  • However, hunting for food and sale in the black market continues to occur throughout its entire range.
  • Neotel is licensed to provide the entire range of telecoms services with the exception of full mobility.

geographic range

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E.g.
  • The exact geographic range of the cursor grass mouse is disputed.
  • "Uroderma bilobatum" is a very common bat within its geographic range.
  • This species exhibits variable shell characteristics across its geographic range.
E.g.
  • Tributylamine has a wide range of applications.
  • They have been extensively explored for wide range of applications.
  • MPEG-2 video supports a wide range of applications from mobile to high quality HD editing.

small range

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E.g.
  • They are a small range of the Peninsular Ranges System.
  • The small range is located in northern San Bernardino County.
  • "E. d. picinum" occupies a small range in northeastern Quebec and Labrador.

extensive range

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  • Similarly, Finland has a diverse and extensive range of fauna.
  • Creodonts had an extensive range, both geographically and temporally.
  • She died in 1849 and in the following year her extensive range of furniture was sold.

range of styles

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E.g.
  • His music shows an exceptionally wide range of styles.
  • He designed houses in a range of styles, including the Californian bungalow Gibson residence in Manly (1919).
  • Erlewine also feels that the album has a wide range of styles and has not lost any of its influence years later.

new range

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  • In 1994, DEC launched a new range of AlphaStation and AlphaServer systems.
  • He designed a new range of die-cast model cars which were released in 1968 as Hot Wheels.
  • In September 2015, Amazon released a new range of Fire tablets with 7, 8, and 10.1 inch sizes.

normal range

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E.g.
  • The normal range is 70-75 degrees.
  • In 18–46% of cases, the CSF pressure is measured within the normal range.
  • According to MedlinePlus, the normal range of calcifediol is 30.0 to 74.0 ng/mL.

throughout its range

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E.g.
  • and is widespread and common throughout its range.
  • The species is widely distributed throughout its range.
  • The species faces extinction due to habitat loss throughout its range.

natural range

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E.g.
  • In its natural range, fish are its primary prey.
  • There are only about 40 mature trees known in their natural range.

range of musical

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  • "We really do have an enormously wide range of musical tastes among us."
  • The music has a range of musical influences from the classical to the modern.
  • They belong to different families of instruments and can cover a wide range of musical roles.

provides a range

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  • It also provides a range of financial advisory services.
  • Graduate Prospects provides a range of graduate career and postgraduate study recruitment options:
  • Eco Israel Tours is a branch of the ICSD which provides a range of eco-tourism programs in Israel.

model range

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E.g.
  • Further model range updates have been in parallel with the Minica.
  • There was realignment of the Chrysler Group model range with those of GM and Ford (i.e.
  • Now under Harley Davidson ownership, the Brutale was redesigned for the 2010 model range.

narrow range

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  • They can count the pulse in a narrow range only.
  • Males can only be born if the temperature is within that narrow range.
  • Contra tunes are played at a narrow range of tempos, between 108 and 132 bpm.

range of hills

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  • Churiya hill is a range of hills across the whole of Nepal.
  • Cuchilla de Caraguatá The Cuchilla de Caraguatá is a range of hills in Uruguay.
  • Topographic feature is a low elevation range of hills sloping gently toward the sea.

very wide range

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E.g.
  • Analog computers can have a very wide range of complexity.
  • The species has a very wide range and is described as common.
  • Presently the Group is involved in a very wide range of projects.

breeding range

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  • They are also extending their breeding range possibly reducing/supplanting steppe buzzards.
  • Plovers usually select a breeding range that they share with bison and black tailed prairie dogs.
  • When the monarch's breeding range overlaps with the viceroy, the viceroy will adopt the lighter shades of orange.

range of social

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  • The SDGs cover a broad range of social and economic development issues.
  • Their research was rooted, in Nuffield style, in a range of social survey empirical data.
  • The term maladjustment can be refer to a wide range of social, biological and psychological conditions.

range of music

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  • Through his elder siblings, Brooks was exposed to a wide range of music.
  • The 100 are a range of music experts and performers from across Australia.
  • The show airs a range of music, including reggae, ska, rock-steady and dub.

same range

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  • To the south of Dryden along the same range is the crater Chaffee.
  • Food trucks are subject to the same range of concerns as other foodservice businesses.
  • They had the same range of tasks as the T 9.1, and its main dimensions were largely the same.

range of genres

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  • Guridi produced copiously in a huge range of genres.
  • Endeavour publishes a range of genres under several imprints.
  • Their music covers a wide range of genres, drawing from folk, dance, electronic, and pop influences.

vast range

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  • The Triads of Ireland cover a vast range of subjects.
  • "Campbell’s art explores the vast range of the human condition.
  • It was from these beginnings that the vast range of Doulton figures can be found today.

size range

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  • Their size range for extra-small to small, 3mm to 10mm
  • Cheilocystidia size range: 26–40 × 8–17 μm.
  • Development activity has been particularly high in the 1–50 kg size range.

restricted range

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  • It is a rare species, with a restricted range and narrow suitable habitat.
  • It has a restricted range but has a total area of occupancy of more than .
  • It has a very restricted range in Britain, where it is regarded as endangered.

range of disciplines

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  • Each jury is made up of experts from a range of disciplines.
  • The university chose the first masters to reflect a diverse range of disciplines.
  • His original paper has provoked and inspired many responses across a wide range of disciplines.

price range

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  • There are just better games on the subject and in this price range."
  • The original Beijing Auto E-Series has a price range of 58,800 yuan to 74,800 yuan.
  • Its 2005 the subdivision had a median price range of $77,000-$124,000 U.S. dollars.

range up

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  • The wingspan can range up to 90 mm for females.
  • The Goliath beetle's wingspan can range up to .
  • They range up to in height and in length.

range of courses

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  • A full range of courses did not become available until 1936 when a chemistry lab was installed.
  • The university offers a diverse range of courses and has a number of institutes affiliated to it.
  • It offered a similar range of courses to that of the University of Lincoln's current site in Holbeach.

host range

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  • SPI-1 influences the host range and SPI-3 stops infected cells from fusing together.
  • Chimpanzees live mainly in central and western Africa and this would determine the host range for P. reichenowi.
  • With advances in genetic engineering, these bacteria have been manipulated for increased efficiency and expanded host range.

extended range

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  • Rockets with extended range are 4.88 m long and weigh 404 kg.
  • To play with an extended range one should use a pivot, tongue arch and lip to lip compression.
  • This creates lightweight, low-inductance voice coils, ideally suited to use in small, extended range speakers.

range of artists

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  • DiFranco has collaborated with a wide range of artists.
  • Depeche Mode drew its artistic influences from a wide range of artists and scenes.
  • The event featured a diverse range of artists from the literary and music worlds including J.G.

range spans

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  • Its range spans from Central Texas to Sonora, Mexico.
  • Hoppus and DeLonge's vocal range spans from F# to F#.
  • Its range spans from Arizona to Texas and south to Mexico.

range of sports

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  • Typically a range of sports will be available for middle school students.
  • Brooks, founded in 1914, originally manufactured shoes for a broad range of sports.
  • Ninette has many small businesses, and is known locally for its wide range of sports facilities.

range of possible

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  • Beyond this, the full range of possible interpretations is available.
  • Since that time, the range of possible dates has narrowed significantly.
  • With such a large range of possible options for the composition/structure of a ceramic (e.g.

range of new

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  • In the northern areas, a linear range of new curry recipes could be seen.
  • The dormitories comprised a range of new buildings designed to blend in with the old.
  • Gordon Baxter's daughter Audrey Baxter became Managing Director in 1992 who along with her brother Andrew Baxter developed a range of new products.

within its range

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  • The species is generally common to abundant within its range.
  • It inhabits many kinds of freshwater habitats within its range.
  • These two characteristics are diagnostic for "C. validus" within its range.

distribution range

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  • Their distribution range extends into semi-arid regions along rivers.
  • Selecting the middle date, April 7, would fix Easter at its median position within its distribution range.
  • The distribution range of "Gymnoganascus stephani" includes the Caribbean, Central America, and North America.

range of media

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  • Image3D and its nostalgic products have been profiled by a wide range of media.
  • The institute’s small library offers an extensive range of media for readers of all ages.
  • Oppenheimer worked in a range of media, including drawing, watercolor, oil painting, and sculpture.

range extending

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  • It is the only concept of the three to have range extending capability.
  • "Cassidulina", itself, is cosmopolitan, with a stratigraphic range extending from the Upper Eocene to recent.
  • Ewing Mountain, a range extending across the area, includes Devil's Den on the west and Chestnut Knob on the east.

range of human

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  • In the sculpture, the father's tenderness, Sarah's rage, and Hagar's resigned acceptance portray a range of human emotions.
  • A surplus of food results in a division of labour and a more diverse range of human activity, a defining trait of civilizations.
  • Lerner has a longstanding affinity for the figure as a universal metaphor capable of expressing the full range of human experience.

goal range

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  • Cincinnati quickly managed to get into field goal range, but Graham's 39-yard field goal went wide right.
  • Upon crossing midfield, Dyson later said he considered going out of bounds in field goal range, as all the Titans needed was a field goal to win the game.
  • Driscoll's 55 yard drop kick in 1924 stood as the unofficial record for field goal range until Bert Rechichar kicked a 56-yard field goal (by placekick) in 1953.

field goal range

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E.g.
  • Cincinnati quickly managed to get into field goal range, but Graham's 39-yard field goal went wide right.
  • Upon crossing midfield, Dyson later said he considered going out of bounds in field goal range, as all the Titans needed was a field goal to win the game.
  • Driscoll's 55 yard drop kick in 1924 stood as the unofficial record for field goal range until Bert Rechichar kicked a 56-yard field goal (by placekick) in 1953.

range of industries

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  • PFAS chemicals are used in a wide range of industries.
  • Onley also offers training places in a range of industries and activities.
  • By the end of the scheme in March 1927, almost £75 million had been guaranteed to a range of industries.

range of up

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  • It has a range of up to and is speed-limited to .
  • The rockets are fin-stabilized, with a warhead and have a range of up to .
  • Examples: These are subsonic missiles which weigh around and have a range of up to .

range of frequencies

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  • An FM radio receiver's tuner spans a limited range of frequencies.
  • The frequencies an ear can hear are limited to a specific range of frequencies.
  • It can detect an extremely broad range of frequencies ranging from 55 Hz to 79,000 Hz.

range of materials

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  • Graham used a range of materials and scales in his work.
  • Modern costume jewelry incorporates a wide range of materials.
  • These interactive works incorporate a broad range of materials.

estimates range

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  • The possible estimates range from 80,000 men to 200,000 men.
  • Some casualty estimates range lower.
  • For US adults, exponent estimates range from 1.92 to 1.96 for males and from 1.45 to 1.95 for females.

tidal range

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  • The mean tidal range at the mouth is .
  • The tidal range is influenced by the size and shape of the coastline.
  • This allows ships of up to 10 metres draft to load due to the tidal range in the port.

across the range

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  • Still at , it produced more power across the range.
  • and a seat belt warning light across the range.
  • September 1967 saw a slight facelift and general upgrade across the range.

hill range

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  • The average width of the hill range is just under seven kilometres.
  • There are two main hill ranges in Baglan area, the Selbari range is south of the Dolbari hill range.
  • Sudangphaa ordered Nangchukham Borgohain to chase the vanquished enemy, who chased them as far as Patkai hill range.
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