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read back

A phrase used in air traffic control terminology meaning, “Repeat all, or the specified part, of this message back to me exactly as received.”
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So, here's my recommendation: read back at least the numbers--altitudes, headings, speeds, frequencies.
As one can see through the case law cited below, the decision of the trial court to grant or deny a read back has generally been upheld as long as the court 1) does not tell or lead the jury to believe it is not allowed to have testimony read back; 2) does not have a portion of the testimony read back that is misleading or out of context; or 3) refuses to exercise its discretion.
I Don't think it's ever acceptable to show stories or read back quotes," says Boston Globe Editor Matthew V.
To promote safety and convenience, the driver can control which messages he chooses to have read back, and when he wishes to hear them, through control settings on the HARMAN headunit.
If AAF receivers are used, the receiver compensation level can only be read back.
For example, phone numbers should always be read back to patients when they call, said Dr.
Numan told Rangers News: "From what I've read back in Holland I don't think the Euroleague will become the future.
PASADENA - In their first day of deliberations Monday, jurors asked the court to read back portions of testimony from a pediatrician accused of murdering his pregnant lover.
In addition, Nuance will demonstrate new embedded speech solutions that help users to quickly access all key functions on the handset, command the phone's MP3 player or even have incoming content -- such as an SMS, email or on-screen directions - read back using Nuance's latest text-to-speech technology.
I turned the plane as ATC issued the new heading, set up the new heading bug, and read back the altitude, but I was also cued to think, "Could this be an abnormal situation?
The jurors' announcement of a deadlock came after they had reviewed five hours of testimony read back over two days to refresh their recollections.
Aviation expert David Lamont said yesterday: "The pilot did not read back instructions he had misunderstood.