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off course

A situation in which an aircraft has reported a position fix or is observed on radar at a point not on the ATC-approved (air traffic control approved) route of flight.
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WHAT THEY SAID 'He might be holding up the next race he's so far behind' A wag in the crowd after the Sheena West-trained Fintan was pulled up in the 2m4f handicap hurdle after being part of a major multiples gamble that had the offcourse bookies diving for cover for most of the morning
HIgh up in Weardale, far enough offthe beaten track to be invisible to all but helicopter pilots and hikers who stray offcourse, two bustling communities have sprung up.
Their "spiritual quest", however, veers rapidly offcourse, and they eventually find themselves stranded alone in the middle of the desert with eleven suitcases, a printer, and a laminating machine.
Centro Capital Centre is not the only hotel that is offering this package, but all Rotana sister properties have launched the same with offcourse a difference in the price between one property and other," he said.
De Grazia and Corbett wrote that their five-month inquiry "leads us to believe the investigation into the Lockerbie bombing was directed offcourse as a result of government interference".
Mickelson, who is making his record ninth Ryder Cup appearance, had requested to play with Bradley after striking up an offcourse friendship.
At Turnberry he missed the cut as speculation mounted about his offcourse life, while in 2010 at St Andrews - post-sex scandal - he was eight behind at halfway and 13 behind by the end.
I had a lot of offcourse commitments in the last month and I turned up at the Memorial tournament n the other week and hadn't hit any balls and missed the cut by a shot there.
The El Rompido resort is a wonderful venue with topclass golf courses and offcourse facilities.
In 1985, sixth Doctor Colin Baker landed the Tardis near Inverness when he was blown offcourse by 100 years and met the father of science fiction, HG Wells.
Former owner and offcourse bookmaker Owen Churchill was found to have committed a corrupt or fraudulent practice, received information that was not in the public domain and misled an official and hindered an investigation, as well as caused jockeys to breach the rules.