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cotar

[′kō‚tär]
(engineering)
A passive system used for tracking a vehicle in space by determining the line of direction between a remote ground-based receiving antenna and a telemetering transmitter in the missile, using phase-comparison techniques. Derived from correlated orientation tracking and range.
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CoTo Travel is a tour and transportation management company based in Philadelphia.
En la provincia de Orense, la congregacion benedictina de Celanova se quejo del conde de Santa Marta ante Enrique IV en 1462, acusandole de haber ocupado ilicitamente el coto de Rabal (43).
A la colonizacion italiana, en las selvas de Coto Brus, Volio Guardia la describe como "provechosa y constructiva" pues sus actores son "intrepidos" y constituyen "sangre nueva".
2006b) sejam introduzidas no lumen dos tubos, entre os cotos nervosos, para acelerar o crescimento axonal.
A harsh attack is under way in the right wing blogosphere where Coto -- a Mexican-American whose legislation often highlights disparities between whites and nonwhites -- has been branded a racist.
The case involved Coto de Caza, a private gated community, which hired BonaFide Security Services, a contract security guard company, through CZ Master Association, the homeowner's association at Coto.
The unit, which dates back to 1996, counts among its clients Burger King and supermarket chains including Leader Price, Wal-Mart, Coto, Norte, Jumbo and Carrefour.
La sismicidad se distribuye en una zona triangular cuyos vertices son las peninsulas de Osa y Burica y la zona de Union de Coto Brus.
With Willie Supple unable to ride, young jockeys Graham Gibbons and Ben Swarbrock stood in on the McMahon winners Pivotal's Princess in the maiden race and El Coto in the seven-furlong handicap.