Technology / Radar / Offset EBL
Offset EBL: An electronic bearing line that can be moved to any position on the screen.
Veeblanc: Experimental French-American hybrid developed at the Vineland Horticultural Research Institute of Ontario, Canada in 1961 from a 1953 cross between the Cascade and a Seyve-Villard hybrid cultivar.
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Treble: The playing or singing the upper half of the vocal range. Also the highest voice in choral singing.
Offsetting Compliance: A requirement that a farmer owning multiple farms who wishes to participate in a crop program must comply with the programís provisions on all farms under the farmerís ownership in order to . . . View Full Definition
Mutual Offset: A system, such as the arrangement between the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) and Singapore International Monetary Exchange (SIMEX), that allows trading positions established on one exchan . . . View Full Definition
Offset: Type of dish with the focus and feed-horn below the center of the dish.
Electronic Bearing Line (EBL): An EBL control is used to display the relative or true bearing of a target on the display. The ebl is moved with the cursor, and the bearing is usually read at the bottom of the screen in de . . . View Full Definition
Progressive Offset: Where a set of clubs has differing amounts of offset (leading edge of face behind forward edge of hosel) throughout, e.g., more offset in the long irons than in the short irons