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Some articles on close, close range, range:

Action Of 10 November 1808 - Battle
... By 2100, Amethyst was close enough to fire her bow-chasers, small guns positioned at the front of the ship, at the French frigate and was attacked in turn from the French ... For 25 minutes, the frigates continued firing on one another from close range as they sailed westwards ... minutes later, the frigates continued their close-range duel ...
Beet The Vandel Buster - Terms
... Divine Fire is the best style for close range attackers, and it is the most commonly seen style among busters ... Wind is mainly used in mid to long range attacks, but it can also be used at close range ... A close range example would be Slade's Saiga Silent Gaive ...
Destrega - Gameplay
... The close range fighting system is like Rock, Paper, Scissors where each type of attack is stronger and weaker than another ... Just like close range there are three attacks ... when in close-range) ...
Little Fighter 2 - Characters
... Unlike the other characters, he has to be within close proximity of the enemy for his ranged abilites to reach their target ... He is an exceptional melee fighter and can do devastating damage in close range ... Henry is able to shoot piercing arrows which have unlimited piercing range, and is sometimes known to down whole armies with one shot ...
Cyber Troopers Virtual-On Force - Virtuaroids - Raiden
... HBV-512-A Raiden An experiment in pioneering the Raiden's close range abilities by Adex, this model is very different from any Raiden seen in the past ... were retooled to use the fragment claw formation by default rather than only in close range, and it carries around a large beam sword ... This is the first Raiden in history to carry a beam saber and specialize in close range ...

Famous quotes containing the words range and/or close:

    No doubt, the short distance to which you can see in the woods, and the general twilight, would at length react on the inhabitants, and make them savages. The lakes also reveal the mountains, and give ample scope and range to our thought.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    We are close to dead. There are faces and bodies like gorged maggots on the dance floor, on the highway, in the city, in the stadium; they are a host of chemical machines who swallow the product of chemical factories, aspirin, preservatives, stimulant, relaxant, and breathe out their chemical wastes into a polluted air. The sense of a long last night over civilization is back again.
    Norman Mailer (b. 1923)