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JATO (jet-assisted takeoff)

A system of small rocket engines providing auxiliary thrust on takeoff. The rockets are jettisoned in a safe area after use. Also called RATO (rocket-assisted takeoff).
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This paper seeks to identify content, participation, and citation trends in JATA. This is accomplished using three databases developed by the authors that focus on these areas.
Japanese people aged 60 and over made some 2 million trips abroad in 1998 for an increase of 1.5 times compared with five years ago, the Japan Association of Travel Agents (JATA) said Tuesday.
Jiska pati chori ke aarop mein ho, usko to log kis nazar se.....chor ki patni ko kis nazar se dekha jata hai Hindustan ussi nazar se dekhega unko," (There will be no impact.
It was listed by Tina Louise Krist of Coach Realtors and sold by Idalina Lopes Jata and Katharine Roeser of Douglas Elliman Real Estate.
Finally, I will conclude with a summary evaluation designed to highlight the potential benefits of these materials to the JATA readership.
Magar jab raat hoti hai, dono ke beech mein ilu-ilu chalu ho jata hai)," he said addressing a public meeting here.
It was listed by Idalina Lopes Jata of Douglas Elliman Real Estate and sold by Donna Lee Bermas and David Oakley of Realty Connect USA.