Consolan


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Consolan

[′kän‚sō‚lan]
(navigation)
A long-range directional navigation system that transmits a slowly rotating keyed radio field pattern; an American version of the German Sonne and British Consol, using two radiators instead of three to minimize night-effect errors.
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inseruerit) in the work as a whole--is a (parody of a) consolatio (simul illum seque consolans): Domitian offers consolation for his and his friend's receding hair.