wildtrack

wildtrack

, room tone - The wildtrack or room tone consists of the barely audible noises that make up a background sense of quiet.
See also related terms for quiet.
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Unlike competitors, such as the 3.2-litre Ford Ranger Wildtrack and the 3.0-litre Volkswagen Amarok, the Isuzu D-Max Double Cab is not restricted by the 2,040kg unladen weight classification for dual-purpose vehicles, which are no longer covered by passenger car speed limits, meaning they should not travel faster than 60mph on a dual carriageway.
Unlike competitors, such as the 3.2-litre Ford Ranger Wildtrack and the 3.0-litre Volkswagen Amarok, the Isuzu D-Max Double Cab is not restricted by the 2,040kg unladen weight classification for dualpurpose vehicles, which are no longer covered by passenger car speed limits, meaning they should not travel faster than 60mph on a dual carriageway.
As well as being a vital source of knowledge, the involvement of indigenous and local people helps to ensure that these long-term, high-tech projects are built on sustainable foundations, says Zoe Jewell, co-founder of WildTrack, another organisation that is starting to use artificial intelligence to monitor biodiversity.
The prize was won last year for first time in the championship by Finland's Oliver Liddell who sunk a hole-in-one to drive away the Ford Ranger Wildtrack car worthSh6.9m.
The media convoy was composed of three Ford Ranger variants (two FX4s and a lone Wildtrack) loaded with a ton of cement in each of their beds.
Larissa said: By analysing digital images of their footprints and using some of the knowledge of native trackers, the FIT technology, developed by WildTrack, can already identify cheetahs and other species at the individual, sex and age-class level with more than 90% accuracy.
The fuel consumption isn''t too bad, either, with an official average figure recorded at 26.7mpg, and the PS25,000 price tag (with an extra PS500 here on the test car for its Wildtrack trim and metallic livery) is very competitive.
Michel Chion defines what he calls the 'acousmetre as the sound cinematic 'voice heard either offscreen, or onscreen but hidden.' (12) He writes that the 'cinematic imaginary regularly bestows on the acousmetre the powers of ubiquity (being everywhere); panopticism (seeing all); omniscience (knowing all); and omnipotence (being all-powerful).' (13) In the sound experiments of British documentary film, the acousmetre of the explanatory voiceover, external to the images, indeed occupies this position of 'omnipotence.' This voiceover commentary, however, was one feature of a rich soundtrack that included fragmented text, verse, music, and, most experimentally, the disembodied sounds and voices of what was called the 'wildtrack'.
Ford will also be giving its new pick-up truck - the Ranger Wildtrack - its world debut at Geneva as well as displaying an electric version of the Focus and a restyled version of the Ka, called the Ka Metal.
And this week, a series he's produced about Britain's wildlife, Wildtrack, features scenes close to home.
According to a report by BBC News, the method has been developed for the first time with cheetahs in an international collaboration involving conservation organisations N/a'an ku se sanctuary, Wildtrack, AfriCat and Chester Zoo.