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Scope

In business, the objectives and parameters of a project or department. Good management prevents a project from going beyond its scope, which may require more resources, take up more time, and lead to a less focused conclusion.
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This is partly because the elevation and windage adjustments are often more precise and reliable, though the adjustments in all hunting scopes tend to be better these days.
You know, use the scope most of the time, but if you have to follow a big nasty into the thick stuff, remove the scope and use iron sights for close-in work.
With the launch of Procular's new range of spotting scopes they have also published expert buyer guides.
Few spotting scopes of this power and quality weigh a shade over 3 lbs.
In basic terms, the scope of work is the work an appraiser performs to develop assignment results.
As a simple question of law, the Scopes case was open and shut, so the trial largely reversed the ways the legal system is supposed to work.
Scopes, was charged with violating a Tennessee law that made it illegal to teach in public schools "any theory that denies the story of the Divine Creation of man as taught in the Bible, and to teach instead that man has descended from a lower order of animals.
The scopes clearly differentiate the different levels of nursing.
LIFE takes a risk-based approach to conducting an audit to limit the scope of the examination to the areas of greatest risk of noncompliance.
A quicker method is to use one single-ended probe and configure the scope to overlay repetitive traces.
The scope is enclosed completely so no ambient light reaches the test impression, ensuring reliable results.