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expected approach clearance (EAC)

An expression used in radio communications to indicate the time at which arriving aircraft should be cleared to begin the approach for a landing. Also known as EAT, or expected approach time.
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048 parts per million (ppm) be eaten only once a month.
In the wild, salmon feed on deep-ocean krill and other small fish that are generally not eaten by humans.
The Seychelles mothers ate a variety of fish that contain similar concentrations of methylmercury as fish eaten in the United States.
Ants: Yes, they're good for the soil and are eaten by birds, lizards and toads, but they can ruin a barbecue or picnic.
Carbs by themselves do not lead to weight gain (any more than fats eaten in small enough quantities do).
And maybe the vocation of flesh, ours and his, i s to be eaten.
We found, for example, that the percentage of food eaten by nursing home residents, as recorded by the nursing home staff, is often erroneous.
The California Carnivores' plants "haven't eaten any people yet," Maertz jokes.
It says that foods eaten in different combinations can somehow fool the body into absorbing fewer calories than the individual foods contain.
One dancer asked me: "Which foods could be eaten before dance class and which should be avoided?
Frequent feelings of being unable to control what or how much is being eaten.
These results show that risks from the loss of nutrients were greater than the risks of harm from exposure to trace contaminants in 340 grams seafood eaten weekly," he wrote.