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cross-check

i. A call made by one crewmember or a controller to another crewmember to recheck or confirm a certain state or condition.
ii. The act of checking independent flight instruments for agreement or discrepancy, to confirm indications, or to detect the failure of one or more instruments.
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5 billion annually were estimated if all Auto-Audit(R) cross-checks were applied to Medicare physician payments.
In two cross-checks remeasurement by Bayer of samples prepared by the participants was carried out on one Mooney instrument only; this gave "theoretical" improvement factors of 3.
Best analysts perform additional cross-checks to further refine the data.
The company is completing a series of cross-checks to verify these positive analytical results.
Dictaphone's CAD system also time and date stamps each call, and cross-checks it against a history of possible past activity occurring at a location, better preparing responding personnel for appropriate action.