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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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We are delighted to strengthen our partnership with ABeam Consulting, a leading and recognised global consultancy.
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.
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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Behind them is a solid Ghanaian foundation led by George Dzikunu (choreographer, kingpin of the absolutely smashing Adzido group) and Nana Danso Abeam, composer and musical director, who has transported to England in music, the anguished cry of a whole people.
grunted Peter, and he stared through the side window to where the running lights of the Salamander, a hundred yards abeam, wildly pitched and rolled.
Donald Culross Peattie, in "A Natural History of Trees of Eastern and Central North America," maintains that as a timber tree, "basswood belongs to a special class of woods, which without a beautiful figure, and soft and very light and weak in the position of abeam, have their own sort of value.
Five-foot swells hit us abeam, along with chilly 20-knot winds.
In all of this both Lewis and Finney emphasise two points, firstly the mental reference at all times to the relative position of the home island, a feature demonstrated to Cook by Tupaia, and the interesting but not unique conceptual belief that the vessel remains stationary whilst known or reference islands abeam, but perhaps out of sight, come up on and pass the vessel astern.
When fully loaded and viewed from abeam Kobenhavn was slim-waisted as a debutante with a distinctive white sash-like band accenting her flanks, and "acres" of billowing sails above to complete the picture.
Fitzgerald was also a Manager for Braun Consulting, now part of Fair Isaac Corporation, and for Japan-based Abeam Consulting, now part of NEC.