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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's express bus service to the Papal Mass will depart from Midtown Manhattan at 6th Avenue between 31st and 32nd Streets at 7:00am.
to haul 12 trucks of chromite from the Coto Mines in November 2011, which fact was established by the Mines and Geosciences Bureau Fact-Finding Report, eyewitnesses' account, photographs and video footages," Carpio-Morales said.
Coto did not return numerous phone messages and e- mails seeking comment on his legislation, AB 624, which passed the Assembly on a partisan vote.
Coto counted among the ecological dangers cutting down the country's last forests to grow corn and cane and converting to ethanol production lands that now grow food.
In August 1998, a teenaged resident of Coto hosted a party.
He'll be going over fences next season,'' said GrantFrankie Dettori has been booked to ride El Coto in next week's Stanleybet Lincoln at Doncaster.
Costa Rican President Abel Pacheco plans to meet with players in Taiwan's silk industry to gauge their interest in planting mulberry trees, the sole food for silkworms, in his country's Coto Burs region.
El Coto has already proved to be a great recruit to Bryan McMahon's stable.
The impetus for this unique program came from an MBA student named Patricia Coto, a contracts manager at Tucson Electric Power Company who made the connection between a software program she was using on the job and the flexibility it would offer if used in her advanced-degree training.
Michael Dubes writes on investments from Coto de Gaza, Calif.
Already at the Paris meeting there were people from Burkina Faso, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Kenya, Coto d'Ivoire, Burundi, Cameroon, and several other countries.
The Argentine business publication Buenos Aires Economico reports that Conaprole, the Uruguayan dairy co-operative, is adding ice cream to the products it already has on sale in Buenos Aires supermarket chains, including Jumbo, Disco, Coto, and Pantry.