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expedite

An expression used by ATC (air traffic control) on radio to direct the pilot to promptly comply with an instruction (but keeping safety factors into consideration) to avoid the development of an imminent situation. In short, it means hurry up. “Expedite climb/descent” normally indicates to a pilot that the approximate best rate of climb or descent should be used without requiring an exceptional change in aircraft-handling characteristics.
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The Expo will be an expediter, but it's not everything.
The items are collected in carts and sent down to an Air Force expediter on the first floor who then takes the items to the requesting maintainer.
A graduate of the Illinois Institute of Technology with a degree in mechanical engineering, Footlik worked as an expediter and mechanical engineer for the Army Corps of Engineers during WWII.
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Obeidat and Nael Kawar, a cargo expediter for Heston Aviation, the Jordanian firm which handled the aircraft's ground operation, said there apparently were no blocks under the wheels to hold the plane in place.
After Hartford introduced its new Claim Expediter wireless mobile system, however, positive feedback started pouring in from our appraisers and claim handlers.
Some scholars dispute this story and say that the veneration of the expediter is centuries old.
When he was elected President, the November 1980 MTMC Expediter ran an article documenting this under a headline that essentially said "Local Boy Makes Good.
To address the last item, we now have an in-house expediter who works as a liaison between the field crew and the homeowner.
The Expediter model from COLUMBIA ParCar Corporation is now available in a four-wheel version.
Longwall Associates named Barrie Hirst southeast sales and service engineer in Alabama, Joe Farinelli project engineer in Virginia, and Lance Campbell expediter and purchasing agent in the purchasing department.
An expediter keeps track of orders and works with all elements of the supply chain to avoid delays in processing.

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