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In Q, or basic telecommunication code, it means, “What reading will my altimeter give on landing at [place] at … hours with my subscale [Kollsman window] set at 1013.2 hectopascals/29.92 in of mercury?” It may substitute QFE at high-level airfields where the subscale doesn't have sufficient range to set QNE. All aircraft set their altimeters to QNE above the transition altitude.
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How do Honors students' perspectives differ from those of the QNE students at CMU?
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QNE VI.3.118va: "And if this kind of predication [that is, of absolute terms] can be preserved of him [God] without anything added to him, it could also be preserved in other things, because it will be otiose to posit a relation in matter, in the soul, or in any other principle at all, other than a soul added to its foundation."
(28) "Our soul is something that exists indivisibly in the entire body and in each part of it"; QNE 6.6.143rb.