short-range

ADJECTIVE
  1. limited to short distances
    short-range planes
    a short-range shot
  2. relating to the near future
    a short-range policy
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How To Use short-range In A Sentence

  • Gadhafi's forces remained active, firing off a short-range Scud missile Monday near Sirte, Gadhafi's hometown and one of the few remaining cities still under his control, said U.S. military officials, who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss military operations. Moammar Gadhafi's son resurfaces, vows to fight
  • The test of what is believed to have been a short-range missile took place Sunday.
  • In practice, the outer boundary of the local domain is demarked by a cosolvent (not water) monolayer if solvent structure is short-ranged.
  • List of thirty transmitting and receiving station wavelengths: VHF (very high frequency): mainly short-range. THE LONELY SEA
  • In the 1980s Asian armies were buying armored vehicles and short-range aircraft to control internal threats.
  • short-range planes
  • Well, I think it's been pretty clearly shown that it was a short-range missile.
  • One route comprises long- and short-range wireless technologies that use radio frequencies to send broad- and narrowband signals.
  • Bluetooth is a specification that describes how computers and devices like mobile phones can easily interconnect with each other using a short-range wireless connection.
  • The Confiance had thirty-one long guns and six carronades; the latter were short-range, large-caliber guns that had proved extremely useful in the narrow waters of the lakes. Between War and Peace
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