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divert

i. An expression used in air traffic control meaning, “Proceed to alternate airfield or carrier as specified.”
ii. To change the target, mission, or destination of an airborne flight.
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A mixing diverting valve, which allows either port to be individually selected or both ports to be simultaneously selected with no shut-off.
The time has come to consign these images to the history books, and shed a little light on the myths surrounding diverting.
If properly structured, pay for behavior can reduce or eliminate forward buying and diverting.
When a load requires diverting, the control logic simultaneously rotates and increases the speed of all the steerable wheels to accomplish a 30-degree angle divert.
In conclusion, the efforts of SNL/NM have been diverse but focused on diverting as much C&D materials as possible.
The incident follows the diverting to Stansted airport on Sunday of a New York-bound Olympic Airways plane after a different Athens newspaper received a bomb warning.
The jurisdiction should determine which types of C&D debris generators account for most of the weight generated and which have reasonable means of diverting the debris generated.
The city of Lancaster met the state mandate, diverting 52 percent of its waste stream, according to state officials.
In the statement, Whitman said that the EPA "is not diverting resources from high-priority matters.
Continental Airlines has stated that it followed correct procedure for handling the situation by consulting a doctor on the ground, who advised against diverting the flight.
The value of nonprofits in saving landfill space can be considerable," Jones says, "because you're diverting materials that typically have a low market value from the landfill.
Furthermore, such projects are costly, and diverting excess water into the Mississippi or slowing the flow out of Lake Superior may just shift where flooding occurs.