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abeam

[a′bēm]
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abeam

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Objects, aircraft, and terrain features, including constructed structures at a relative bearing approximately 90° or 270°, or at right angles to the longitudinal axis of the aircraft.
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Considering their experience in pricing management initiatives, ABeam Consulting and Stratinis have strengthened their strategic cooperation and now offer a combination of price management and price optimisation services, and supporting software.
Using the experience gained from the large number of strategic scenario planning projects cultivated by Dentsu Netyear Abeam Inc.
Like the Wave Knight class ships, these vessels can also perform unreps and are capable of refuelling abeam and abaft.
When the XB-70 pilot called on the UHF radio, "Rolling in 30 seconds," the T-38 pilot timed the start of his 180-degree descending turn so as to be directly abeam the XB-70 as it lifted airborne.
We spoke to Toshinori Iwasawa, Managing Director of ABeam Consulting about the challenges facing them in terms of recruitment.
She had been instructed by the Meigs controller to report abeam on her way back.
Writers DAZE, FUTURA, LADY PINK, PHASE 2, VULCAN, and LEE, along with Charlie Abeam (director of Wildstyle) and David Schmidlapp (publisher of the IGTimes), joined an audience full of artists from throughout Aerosol Art's history, participating in the introductory panel discussion and the following day of visual presentations from both sides of the metaphorical podium, to simultaneously recount, clarify, and augment a historiography of the genre and its social, political, and philosophical relevance.
He instructed an exhausted, unqualified third mate named Gregory Cousins to turn the ship when it came abeam of Busby Island.
Half way down the runway, just abeam the tower, we popped out of the fog bank into conditions that were "clear and a million.
Dragonslayer 616 was being preflighted in the landing area abeam the island during a CH-46 vertrep.
There are some dance routines - choreographed by Beverley Norris Edmunds who unusually plays Tinkerbell (the role is usually taken by abeam of light
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