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That portion of a flight which does not lead directly to the destination or way point, followed to comply with established flight procedures, avoid possible dangers or bad weather areas, or delay time of arrival.
Bend or sudden direction change in a wellhole that can cause tubing wear and failure.
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Said of a facility having one or more right-angled bends, as in a dogleg stair.
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