The transatlantic liner was the apex of bourgeois civilization and is perishing with it--a fact of which I was reminded next day, when the Commodore announced that we should have Titanic's grave 40 miles abeam
at 2000 that evening.
Considering their experience in pricing management initiatives, ABeam
Consulting and Stratinis have strengthened their strategic cooperation and now offer a combination of price management and price optimisation services, and supporting software.
Using the experience gained from the large number of strategic scenario planning projects cultivated by Dentsu Netyear Abeam
of sunshine drops itself onto the sleeping body of our Born To Run foal.
Underway replenishment (unrep) can be performed either abeam
or abaft, the latter being particularly useful when refuelling is occurring during rough seas.
When the group was abeam
, the perpendicular declination angle to the sighting was recorded using a Suunto clinometer.
"All right, get us 20 yards abeam
of the ray; we don't want to spook it."
Their boat was abeam
of us when the outboard's lower unit shot out of the water, and the boat suddenly stopped, ejecting my cousin out the front.
The Civil Aviation Authority has confirmed it received a report of abeam
of a powerful green light being shone into the cockpit of a Boeing 737 - capable of carrying around 130 passengers - as it made its final approach.
"The terra cotta stone around the window sills, dormers, and lintels was very dirty," said Michael Abeam
, president of Seaboard Weatherproofing and Restoration.
We flew a loose formation position about 100 feet abeam
the test aircraft, and looked for fuel or oil leaks, smoke trailing behind any part of the plane, missing side panels or any other unusual conditions and called them to the attention of the XB-70 test pilot.
We spoke to Toshinori Iwasawa, Managing Director of ABeam
Consulting about the challenges facing them in terms of recruitment.