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critical area

[′krid·ə·kəl ′er·ē·ə]
(electronics)
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The ILS critical area hold lines are two, yellow solid lines spaced two feet apart, connected by pairs of solid lines spaced 10 feet apart extending across the width of the taxiway.
One critical area was implementation of the solution and things went well with STORServer right from the start.
SPI is also presenting a series of workforce development and training workshops, providing convenient access to information and expert guidance in this critical area.
Location-based solutions provider MapInfo Corp has developed its Critical Area Response Manager for use in homeland security efforts.
Onyx is expanding its service offering in this critical area of recycling, based on increasing customer demand," says Onyx President Tom Bramlette.
The Clean-Feed provides a cost-effective route, enabling compounders to upgrade the critical area of automatic fillers handling in the mixing room, according to the company.
The Chesapeake Bay Critical Area Law (Annotated Code of Maryland, NRA 8-1801 et seq.
We are committed to maintaining our longstanding leadership in cyber security and to building additional strength in this critical area," Cohon said.
Human Resources -- This is a critical area in the search for value creation, and the breadth and depth of skills needed to achieve internal audit objectives can he significant.
Mentor Graphics Corporation (NASDAQ:MENT) today announced that STARC (Semiconductor Technology Academic Research Center), a research consortium co-founded by eleven major Japanese semiconductor companies, will standardize on Calibre([R]) YieldAnalyzer([TM]) for critical area analysis in their DFM flow.
As the senior official in this critical area, Captain Holmes will oversee the operations of the Los Angeles Port Police, the Homeland Security Division, emergency preparedness planning and the Port Pilot service.

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