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graticule

Graduated transparent scale engraved or photographed, placed in the front focal plane of the eyepiece of an optical instrument for direct observation of the apparent image size or position in the field of view. Example: the focusing screen of a focimeter. Syn. reticule.
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The remarkable collusion of the rifle/ scope/mount package and the low-drag match ammunition enable the use of the 8 and 9 mil stadia visible at the bottom of the reticule with the magnification at 18X (or slightly below).
The percentage of confluency was manually measured by the area of outgrowth using a built-in reticule inside the eye-piece of the microscope, that is, number of boxes filled with the cells of a 10 x 10 reticule of 1 [mm.sup.2] each.
The mean number of PCTs per field of reticule in the control group A animals was 17.576+-0.356, 18.176+-0.310, 18.28+-0.300 and 18.433+-0.510, with no statistical difference (p>0.05).
More unusual are a number of drawstring reticule purses were made of box form, with separate front, back and side panels.
The market is divided into wafer fabrication equipment, assembly and packaging equipment, test equipment, and other equipment (including photomask and reticule production).
The light microscope field was x200, the lossin OHCs were counted from the apex to the base each with a 0.24 mm reticule. The average OHC loss of each 0.24 mm segment was plotted and calculated along the entire length of the cochlea as a cytocochleogram for each group.
The sight is based on a x6 Steiner optic sight, a quick response laser rangefinder and a ballistic computer, which allows the soldier to obtain, by only pressing one remotely positioned button, the corrected reticule position and hence the accurate aiming spot.
GameStop or EB Games for those in Australia is offering a personalization pack complete with weapon camo, reticule, playercard, background for your console and patch.
The diagrams were all drawn with the help of "Ocular Square Reticule" fitted in one Ocular of Binocular dissecting microscope.
The illuminated reticule has a 360o protractor scale at the edge of the field and a linear scale across the centre.
The first thing a thief does is to look about, left and right, to see that she is not being watched; or she resorts to the hundred and one known tricks with muff and reticule.