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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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The chef addressed the allegations in a statement released to Eater.
An exact release date for 'God Eater 3' is yet to be revealed.
Either approach will be another step toward solidifying the child's reputation in the family as a picky eater.
But when it is grandpa who has the bad dreams, the girl must go on a quest to find a Dream Eater for him.
The man- eater of Didihat began its killing spree on January 23, 2012.
The Doris's Weed Eater will also be compact and easy to store when not in use.
While in most cases weight loss is directly attributable to a medical problem, some dogs are naturally picky eaters.
50 Ascot Sporting (50:25:10) 13-16 Dream Eater, 11-14 Alexandros, Premio Loco, 10-13 Ouqba, 9-12 Pressing, Forgotten Voice, 5-7 Vertigineux, 3-5 Fareer, 2-4 King Of Dixie, 0.
I hope the people here enjoy my act," said 19-year-old Roy, who came from a long line of fire eaters in his showman family and was appearing in the Hippodrome circus.
You will also know that humans, like other herbivores, chew their food while meat eaters do not chew but swallow their food whole.
Meat eaters hunted other dinosaurs, and plant eaters must have fought among themselves over food, territory, and mates.
He said: "Obviously New Approach is the horse we all have to beat, while the Godolphin horse, Ibn Khaldun, has top-class form, but I am very happy with Dream Eater and he is capable of running a big race.