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RANGE. This word is used in the land laws of the United States to designate the order of the location of such lands, and in patents from the United States to individuals they are described as being within a certain range.

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In fact, M2 continued to founder, leaving its level in June well below its February level and also below the lower bound of its annual range. Furthermore, RTC resolutions halted abruptly when additional funding for losses was not forthcoming.
There were no clear differences in the annual range of movements or seasonal migrations between control and bled animals.
Rangeland Management Series: Annual Range Forage Production 2016.
Highly suitable areas were predicted by: (1) a mean annual temperature of approximately 10[degrees]C; (2) high precipitation in the wettest month (the wettest sites in the study area were the most highly suitable, with suitability dropping off steeply below approximately 45 cm); (3) precipitation in the driest month of approximately 18 mm; (4) minimum temperature in the coldest month of 0[degrees]C; and (5) a low range in annual temperature (the sites with the smallest annual temperature range were the most highly suitable, with suitability dropping off above 15[degrees]C annual range).
annual range in temperature and precipitation) and extreme or limiting environmental factors (e.g.
The festival will be host to the annual range of foodrelated activities such as cookery demonstrations and craft activities, as well as additional attractions including falconry displays, children's funfair rides and street theatre.
During the past decade, Crimson Trace has supported the PNDC by hosting on-site tours at the company's manufacturing facility in Wilsonville, Ore., sponsoring several annual range day activities, and participating in other defense industry related events.
The sample of two satellite-collared cows monitored in 1995-97 and 2001-05 is too small to estimate fidelity over these years; however, we note that their summer and annual range-use patterns are consistent with the annual range for this herd defined in the 1970s and 1980s by Heard (1983).
For example, pre-retiree deductibiles have increased by 50%, to an average of $1,217 annually, since 2009, though the rate of cost-sharing has increased in the 3% annual range for retirees.
In the period of increase of the duration of blocking processes there were essential positive abnormal temperature in summer and abnormal negative abnormal temperature in winter observed, which led to the growth of the annual range of the air temperature.
The most recent report from the American Trucking Associations has for-hire truckload driver turnover in the 95 percent annual range; however, driver turnover among private fleets is around 10 percent.
The former identifies annual range, the latter inter-annual fluctuations.

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