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dispatch

i. The process of supervising the readiness of aircraft for their next flights so that departures can take place at the scheduled times. The term applies to civil aircraft.
ii. In paratrooping, to supervise the exits of parachutists or loads from aircraft in flight.
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Customers of the Macintosh Productivity Edition whose initial order totals $99 or more qualify for free software from Software Dispatch.
When customers are ready to buy, they call the Software Dispatch toll-free number to purchase an alphabetical key that unlocks the software and manuals for immediate installation and use.
Thanks to Windows, Direct Dispatch will work right alongside other applications on the customer's PC.
Bottom line, by using Optivon's Service Dispatch, the eye laser center can capture sales leads, schedule appointments and respond to patients 24 hours a day for the cost of a conventional 8-hour answering service.
The report also provides the breakdown and review of the various factors affecting the growth of the dispatch console market, appropriately described as market drivers, restraints, and opportunities.
Simultaneous with the CADVoice(R) dispatch announcement at the designated fire station, the system also can automatically activate alarms and display status information on display devices in the fire station, activate garage bay doors, and more.
Between its downtown and San Fernando Valley dispatch sites, the LAPD has sufficient extra space to absorb the fire dispatchers, wrote Sjoberg, a former state auditor.
Paradigm combined dispatch and routing and integrated it with billing.
With the trend toward combining police, fire, and medical dispatch into one central location, BSET chose to cross-train telecommunicators in all three services.
Zero dispatch and reduced availability assumptions insignificantly affect DSCRs while natural gas prices are immaterial to financial performance unless PE fails to attain heat rate levels that are easily achievable.
23, and since then the $40 million dispatch center in West Hills has taken over police-dispatching duties for the entire San Fernando Valley.