close parallels

close parallels

Two parallel runways whose extended centerlines are separated by less than 2500 ft.
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He entered the industry when he saw the close parallels to horse racing in terms of current training techniques and the millions of dollars of payouts offered each year.
This Canadian citizen chooses his words with the precision of a diplomat but he must see close parallels between the SNP's push for independence and the referendums in which the people of Quebec have drawn back from separation.
Here are 19 of his essays, many close parallels of his lectures over the years, on Kierkegaard; Wittgenstein; theology, understanding, and faith; and emotions, passions, and virtues.
Even the regular use of militia by the Assad regime has very close parallels in the Russian system, where irregular militias are formed or tolerated to carry out the goals of the state.
The interlacing ribbon animal picked out in beaded wire in the centre of the buckle has close parallels in the Lindisfarne Gospels where animals are often seen turning to 'bite' themselves.
Since 2009, Salameh has been CEO of a leading Abu Dhabi-based investment group with close parallels to Al Ghurair - a diverse portfolio of companies under family ownership operating across several industry sectors.
Her situation has close parallels with that of Soffi Jones, a 21-year-old veterinary student from Bwlchgwyn, Wrexham, whose plight was highlighted in Farm & Country last month.
Michael told the Milwaukee rally there were close parallels between what Governor Walker had done in Wisconsin and what the government of Premier Barry O'Farrell aims to do in NSW
These studies were done with fruit flies, but the OSU scientists said previous research has indicated there are close parallels between them and humans.
Commenting on the two summits, this essay by Jacques DeLisle, Director of the Foreign Policy Research Institute's Asia Program, describes close parallels in China's policies towards, and gripes about, India and the U.