VREF


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VREF

The target speed airline pilots aim to achieve on short finals. This is referred to as VREF + 5, VREF + 10, or VREF + 15 at various stages of the approach. VREF is factored on stalling speed [1.35 x VSO (stalling speed with the gear and the flaps down)] and so it varies with aircraft weight.
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In contrast, no significant change in the occurrence of VREF in pigs was observed in the first years after the ban of avoparcin.
In a group of 330 patients with VREF bacteremia of unknown origin, bacteremia cleared in 90% within 48-72 hours of starting treatment.
All VREF isolates from May 2005 through April 2006 were included.
At some point before reaching the runway, the 777's throttles had been retarded to idle and the aircraft slowed to below VREF.
nsf), we investigated a possible relationship among VREF swine fecal isolates from Portugal and Spain and compared these isolates with the Swiss/Danish clone.
The decision about the scholarship was made by the Board of VREF.
In contrast, nosocomial outbreaks and infections (without a community reservoir) characterize VREF in the United States.
The positive TC voltage [SIGMA]V GS (the gate-source voltage difference between M12 and M11 when the substrate of M11 is connected to ground) and the negative TC voltage VGS, M14 are combined together to generate a temperature-independent VREF.
Decisions about the scholarship are made by the Board of VREF.
HM4100 is a residual long-term antimicrobial that has demonstrated effectiveness against the proliferation of bacteria (including MRSA, VREF, and Staph), mold, mildew, and even certain viruses such as Influenza A (H5N1-bird flu and H1N1-swine flu are Influenza A viruses).