Difference between sound and radio
- exercising or showing good judgment
- (of sleep) deep and complete
- in good condition; free from defect or damage or decay
- in excellent physical condition
- free from moral defect
- the sudden occurrence of an audible event
- the audible part of a transmitted signal
- a narrow channel of the sea joining two larger bodies of water
- mechanical vibrations transmitted by an elastic medium
- the particular auditory effect produced by a given cause
- appear in a certain way
- announce by means of a sound
- make a certain noise or sound
- give off a certain sound or sounds
- measure the depth of (a body of water) with a sounding line
These observations will provide a valuable supplement to the simultaneous records of other expeditions, especially the British in McMurdo Sound and the German in Weddell Sea, above all as regards the hypsometer observations (for the determination of altitude) on sledge journeys.
An imprimatur is not guarantee of theological soundness, in reality.
He made comments about a couple of items, suggesting an appetizer that sounded unlikely but that, in his words,'went down a treat.
- medium for communication
- a communication system based on broadcasting electromagnetic waves
- an electronic receiver that detects and demodulates and amplifies transmitted signals
- indicating radiation or radioactivity
- transmit messages via radio waves
Cattle seem to absorb less radioactivity than sheep, except for the milk, which is to be avoided at all costs because of the iodine.
What methods of signaling other troops will there be implemented in the game. eg. do you need a radio operator alive in your squad to communicate with other squads?
The development of innovative new technologies and highly specific, nonradioactive labels has changed all of that.