- an electronic navigational system establishing approximate position through coincidence in amplitude of two radio signals.
Origin of elektra
special use of Greek ḗlektra, plural of ḗlektron. See electron
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Examples from the Web for elektra
And there was a time, prior to the one-two punch of Catwoman and Elektra, when superhero films were championed minority heroes.Fear of a Minority Superhero: Marvel's Obsession with White Guys Saving the World
August 7, 2014
Then again, death is anything but permanent in the comic world, as Clark Kent, Jean Gray, and Elektra, among others, can attest.Explainer: The Weak Link Between Former Bain Man Mitt Romney and Batman Bad Man Bane
July 19, 2012
She chose a full-frontal nude for the cover of Hard Times for Lovers, but Elektra went with a far-less-daring, more discreet shot.Judy Collins's New Book: Suicide, Alcoholism, Nude Photos, and More
December 3, 2011
No, I expect Elektra took after her mother: red-haired girl, I fancy.Love and Lucy
Maurice Henry Hewlett
She might have surprised the composer—but New York is yet to hear Elektra as music-drama.Ivory Apes and Peacocks
"Salome" and "Elektra" had at least a certain dignity, a certain bearing.Musical Portraits
To him Elektra expressed the regeneration of a race, the destruction of vice, ignorance, and poverty.
Elektra gave her her opportunity, and proved her one of the exceptional artists of the stage.