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obstacle

Brit a fence or hedge used in showjumping

What does it mean when you dream about an obstacle?

Dreaming about encountering an obstacle can reflect feelings of being blocked in our waking life. Can also involve the ways we block ourselves, or, alternatively, indicate uncertainty and inhibitions.

obstacle

[′äb·stə·kəl]
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In air operations, a natural or artificial object which by its geographical location requires that its vertical dimension be considered in establishing the permissible flight paths in an area; this leads to the concept of the fictitious height for various obstacles; for example, a moving vehicle 17 feet high is assumed to be on an interstate highway 15 feet high, and thus the area is assumed to have an obstacle 32 feet high.

obstacle

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Obstacles as they are depicted on charts.
An existing object, object of natural growth, or terrain at a fixed geographical location, or one that is expected at a fixed location within a prescribed area with reference to which a vertical clearance is or must be provided during flight operations. The objects in question can be permanent or temporary. Also called an obstruction.
References in classic literature ?
There was the child, an obstacle between us--there was
Pilipinas Obstacle Sports Federation, the national sports association on obstacle sports, defines the sport as one in which a participant or competitor, traveling on foot, must overcome various physical challenges that are in the form of obstacles.
The VRTS scales from a base configuration that can emulate two obstacles to sophisticated configurations that can emulate four independent obstacles per PXI chassis.
Taking the cue from events held in Mexico, Bali, Ireland, United Arab Emirates, and Ausrtralia, the inaugural Tough Mudder Philippines will put participants through 5K and 8K of mud run plus more than 20 obstacles along the way.
The Tough Mudder Missouri Weekend will feature three events - Tough Mudder, 10 miles/20+ obstacles, Tough Mudder Half, 5 miles/10+ obstacles, and Tougher Mudder, 10 miles/competitive race wave.
Tenders are invited for This is the purchase of obstacles for the basic training of dogs (2 pieces - ladder in combination with a beam, 2 pieces - obstacle for jump and 1 piece - obstacle for climbing - ache).
In obstacle detection, the sensor LIDAR, short for Light Detection And Ranging, was employed to detect the obstacles on the fore-path because LIDAR has high accuracy within large detecting range [4, 5].
It is necesary to develop a psychomotor testing and methodology for students psychological preparation technology within the selection process of swimmers in 50 m obstacles race (Klissouras, 1983).
The event was a fun run with a difference, featuring paint, bubbles and obstacles.
Combined arms terrain-shaping obstacle capability can be described as the integration of reinforcing obstacles with intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance, fires, and maneuver to deny the enemy, adversary, or other entities freedom of movement and maneuver or to deny the use of specific terrain to support mission accomplishment by friendly forces.
Several administrative obstacles pertaining to the completion of projects have been discussed during the workshop, she added, hoping that officials would overcome these obstacles in such meetings.
Organisers crammed 50 gruelling obstacles into Sunday's race and they ranged from the tricky to the extremely challenging, evenly spread out over the course, meaning a bit of a stopstart run to get past each obstacle.