common point

common point

A significant point over which two or more aircraft will pass, or have passed, before proceeding on the same track, or diverging tracks. Such a point can be a single fix, whether a NAVAID (navigational aid), a fix derived from NAVAIDs, or geographical coordinates expressed in degrees of latitude and longitude. A controller must establish a common point not originally in the flight plan and then clear the aircraft to fly over the point so that adequate longitudinal separation can be maintained.
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Presently I came to a place where five corridors diverged from a common point.
In short (to put the matter from the more common point of view), he dealt much in eastern heavens, rather worse than most western hells; in eastern monarchs, whom we might possibly call maniacs; and in eastern jewels which a Bond Street jeweller (if the hundred staggering negroes brought them into his shop) might possibly not regard as genuine.
It was a matter of course that in drawing Indian character he should dwell on the better traits of the picture, rather than on the coarser and more revolting though more common points.
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In an interview with the Free Lebanon radio station, Zahra said the common point between Hezbollah leader Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah's speech and Free Patriotic Movement leader Michel Aoun's attitude Tuesday was to "belittle the minds of citizens.
The new service will represent a common point for subscriptions for websites and mobile applications.
THE most common point of medical contact for the infant was with the GP with 80% of the families surveyed saying they would have brought the infant to the doctor at some point since birth.
Almost half of the participating companies are new exhibitors and they will display a wide diversity of products, their one common point being internationally-acknowledged quality, said a statement.
Negotiation means to move from one point in order to reach a common point," Hassan Qashqavi told reporters at his first weekly press conference.
In January, LOGSA fielded the Logistics Information Warehouse (LIW) Initial Operational Capability (IOC), which provides a common point of entry to the existing Web capabilities of the Logistics Integrated Data Base (LIDB), the Integrated Logistics Analysis Program (ILAP), and other LOGSA tools.