Definition of Telemetrically

1. Adverb. By means of telemetry. ¹



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Definition of Telemetrically

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Telemetrically

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telemedical
telemedicinal
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telemen
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telemeter
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telemetrically (current term)
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telemovie
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telencephala

Literary usage of Telemetrically

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1. Report of Meeting by ANZAAS., ANZAAS (1894)
"This would be telemetrically a little more accurate than the instrument assumed in the discussion, and with a good telescope ought readily to measure to an ..."

2. A Lifelong Passion: Nicholas and Alexandra: Their Own Story by Andrei Maylunas (2005)
"The thermic responsiveness of 11 rats to nicotine (base), 0.25 mg/kg IP, was telemetrically measured at baseline, after 7 days of exposure to constant ..."

3. The River Pilcomayo from Its Discharge Into the River Paraguay to Parallel by Gunnar Anfin Lange, Argentina Ministerio de Argricultura (1906)
"... up river from the point where Sol's map ends has been based on distances observed telemetrically with engineer Emilio ..."

4. Preliminary Survey and Estimates by Theodore Graham Gribble (1891)
"If the chain is not used at all, the curves had best be put in telemetrically as described on p. 183; but if it is used at all there is no time saved by ..."

5. Preliminary Survey and Estimates by Theodore Graham Gribble (1891)
"If the chain is not used at all, the curves had best be put in telemetrically as described on p. 183; but if it is used at all there is no time saved by ..."

6. Preliminary Survey and Estimates by Theodore Graham Gribble (1897)
"If the chain is not used at all, the curves had best be put in telemetrically as described on p. 183; but if it is used at all there is no time saved by ..."

7. Surveying, as Practiced by Civil Engineers and Surveyors ...: Intended as a by John Whitelaw (1902)
"The intervening work is then put in by sextant angles or bearings with prismatic compass, and distances telemetrically measured. A system adopted iri the ..."

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