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Passing information about radar tracks to other units or formations. See also track telling.
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Tellingly, professional real estate lessors sought and obtained an exception from the passive designation in the 1993 amendments because a nonpassive classification would be more favorable to them.
Tellingly, the authors cite Albert Einstein's question as to whether the universe is ultimately a friendly place, and affirm that one can learn the habit of viewing the world as friendly.
Tellingly, she sought the facts not from, say, the Food and Drug Administration or the Environmental Protection Agency, but from the industry's lobbying outfit, the Tobacco Institute.
While they did exhibit primal self-defense instincts (by consuming a few people and a dog), they at least gave plausible evidence of intelligent life: they began to construct elaborate castle-like structures (ones they did not require to sustain life); most tellingly, they sculpted the face of their keeper in the castle walls.
This and more is said with "his hand upon her" Tellingly, there is no reference to Lindi's being allowed or encouraged to lay her hand upon Bill and to pray over his "scars" or his "righteousness and purity" Men who dominate women don't seek equal treatment.
Martin added, "Our decision to withhold support for Kmart directors is based on this proposal, but more tellingly, the company's significant long-term decline in market share, profitability, operating earnings, and share price.
Twenty-seven percent of large companies have deployed or are piloting WWAD, but tellingly, 37% of respondents had no WWAD plans.
But, rather tellingly, she adds: "Those who did not care about Artpop's success are now gone.
This show combines archive chart hits from 1983 with the topical stories of the time - tellingly, the Timex factory strike in Dundee, CND protests in Glasgow and Faslane, the Queen officially opening the Burrell Collection and Maggie Thatcher winning a second term as Prime Minister.
Tellingly, it's the one moment in the movie that doesn't needily call attention to itself.
Most tellingly, he has often been driven to craft films that reflect real life, including the iconic TV docu-drama Cathy Come Home and cinema classics such as Kes.
Even Peale's mastodon skeleton--anointed symbol of American prehistory--served most tellingly as the elaborate canopy for a dinner party hosted by his son.