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tawse

, taws Chiefly Scot
a leather strap having one end cut into thongs, formerly used as an instrument of punishment by a schoolteacher
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You'd be amazed how many people know her at Chepstow," adds the enthusiastic owner, who officially owns Taws in partnership with schoolteacher wife Jan.
And TAWS - which is an acronym of the first initials of the name of a beloved family member who is now deceased - has never looked back, operating from the Fort McMurray First Nation number.
Feedback (good and bad) from fleet users of our CFIT products is critical to the development and maintenance of the COTS and embedded software GPWS and TAWS.
But they added it was an indication of a malfunction in the TAWS equipment.
These so-called "deemed export" taws are specifically aimed at foreign nationals, and the knowledge and technological skills they may acquire white working and going to school in the United States.
Through technological advancements, like performance based TAWS, T3CAS is an integrated solution that features more advanced terrain conflict prediction and alerting functions, less weight and volume compared to federated systems, reduced wiring and improved power efficiency, all these translate to significant savings for the airlines Olivier emphasizes.
TAWS is a next-generation GPWS, designed to provide the aircrew with a predictive ground-avoidance system.
During this time, TAWS will continue to complete the remaining 8 wells.
Integrating TCAS, TAWS, and a Mode S Transponder into a single LRU saves weight, avionics bay space, and improves system reliability.
St George's: R Fairbairn (HH)v W Cummin (WL); S Taws (C) v PGing (BW); P Harvey (G) v J Askwith (G); B Nicol (HH) v K Taylor (HS).
During this time, TAWS will continue to lateral jet drill and complete the remaining 10 wells.
Serial beggar Thomas Taws has landed himself back in court.