Target Area

  • (noun): The location of the target that is to be hit.
    Synonyms: target

Some articles on area, target area, target:

Tone Reproduction - In Printing
... any other shape that when stacked together perfectly fills an image area rather, the dot will be larger than its target area and overlap its neighbors ... If it were smaller than its target area, it would not be possible to saturate the substrate ... As an example, suppose one wants to print an area at 50% reflectance, assuming no ink is 100% reflective and saturated black ink is 0% (which of course ...
Hatf-I - Development and Design
... is as an unguided general bombardment weapon, to be fired across a battlefield or at a general target area ... it can hit within several hundred meters of the target area ... system, with 5-6 missiles fired simultaneously at the target area ...
Axis & Allies (2004 Video Game) - Gameplay - Special Operations - Operations
... common Special Operation, it calls in a massive air raid on a target area, causing widespread destruction to surrounding buildings and regiments ... Atomic Bomb - Unique to Admiral Nimitz, an atomic bomb is instantly detonated at the target location, causing massive incendiary damage and a radiation effect to all nearby units ... codes in targeted location, providing temporary vision of that area ...
Sabre (fencing) - Target Area
... The target area for sabre consists of the torso above the waist, as well as the arms and head (excluding both hands) ... conductive mask to ensure that the entire target area forms a single circuit ...
Street Football - Games Not Based On Scoring Goals - Slam (and Variants)
... The target area is a hard surface such as a wall and the number of players can be variable ... Each player takes it in turn kicking the ball against the target area ... If a player misses the target area they get a letter of the word Slam, similar to the scoring method used in the US game H-O-R-S-E, and the ball is reset to the centre of the play area ...

Famous quotes containing the words area and/or target:

    ... nothing is more human than substituting the quantity of words and actions for their character. But using imprecise words is very similar to using lots of words, for the more imprecise a word is, the greater the area it covers.
    Robert Musil (1880–1942)

    But this we know, the obstacle that checked
    And tripped the body, shot the spirit on
    Further than target ever showed or shone.
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)