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In Econo mode, the use can travel at up to 12 miles per hour, and their maximum range is brought to up to 28 miles.
The imported No-dong/Shahab-3 missiles, as received and initially tested by Iran in 1998, had a maximum range of only 900km, meaning that they could only reach Israel if launched from sites near Iran's border with Iraq.
The United States has allowed South Korea to extend its missile ranges up to 550 kilometers from the current maximum range of 300 km, enabling missile launchers in northern areas of South Korea to strike any targets in North Korea, a Seoul daily reported Monday.
Problem is, the current torque wrench, NSN 5120-00-555-1521, has a maximum range of 1,000 lb-ft.
580 GHz band and features a maximum range of 12 to 50 miles using an optional high-gain antenna.
Since the boy from Suita, Osaka Prefecture, was 117 centimeters tall, police suspect a motion detector in the door's ceiling was not set at its maximum range of 80 cm from the floor, and the blind spot was not minimized.
As long as the stretching is gradually brought to the point of maximum range of motion, it can be performed up to four times per session with additional flexibility benefits.
It includes a calibrated balance valve for flow and a maximum range of control; a non-slam check valve for positive shut-off free of water hammer or valve; and a shut-off valve that includes a calibrated nameplate and memory button so the entire valve can be returned to its initial balanced position after shut-off.