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expected approach clearance (EAC)

An expression used in radio communications to indicate the time at which arriving aircraft should be cleared to begin the approach for a landing. Also known as EAT, or expected approach time.
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Tim O'Grady, director of the East End EAZ, said: "We are very proud of the game.
The EAZ has seen pounds 750,000 of extra Government cash invested in Ashington's schools each year but ends in January 2005.
In 1989, EAZ covered about 6.3 million acres in part or all of 43 of the state's 72 counties, concentrated in the agriculturally rich south/east half of the state which also contains most of its population.
The result was modified track designs and the all-new EAZ Hybrid cam system.
The steering group of businesses has ensured that all 21 schools in the EAZ are matched with a business and the performance in education continues to excel.
Based on a similar venture in Oxford, PEEP was set up by Coventry's Education Action Zone (EAZ) for families with children from birth to school age.
EiC Action Zones were previously known as Small Education Action Zones (EAZ).
Nechells+ EAZ takes in one senior school, Heartlands High, with St Vincent, Cromwell, St Joseph, St Clement, Nechells, St Matthew, Yew Tree and Nechells Primary Schools plus Bloomsbury Children's Centre.
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Pete, professor of jazz studies at London's Guildhall School of Music and Drama, is continuing a six-year project, organised by the Excellence in Cities Education Action Zone (EAZ) in Eston.
John Murphy, DGT EAZ Director, added: ``We will use Admiral Park extensively as a facility were schools can come together and play sport in a spirit of friendship.