There may be a lesson for the Obama administration as it tries to calibrate what Israel will do on Iran.
They need to support leaders who focus on realistic results and calibrate rhetoric accordingly.
As is the question of whether the studios can calibrate expedited releases without demolishing theaters and, possibly, themselves.
As a result of this book it is now much easier to calibrate the nature, range, and methods of the mogul.
I am here to correct and calibrate your morale compasses to true north.
Both men agreed to calibrate its exact size so as to reach 51-49 for the whole country.
You do that to a certain extent with performance capture by the way you calibrate the model of Caesar—or the rig, as we call it.
A house, or some such landmark which is shewn on our trench maps, is usually chosen to calibrate upon.
How would you know that the weights you used to calibrate your scale were really what you thought them to be?
It would be more correct to calibrate it in units of air pressure.
calibrate cal·i·brate (kāl'ə-brāt')
v. cal·i·brat·ed, cal·i·brat·ing, cal·i·brates
To check, adjust, or determine the graduations of a quantitative measuring instrument by comparison with a standard.
To determine the caliber of a tube.
To make corrections in or adjust a procedure or process.