approach time


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approach time

The time at which an aircraft is expected to commence the approach procedure.
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However, there was no significant difference in approach time for a cloud of ink compared with a cloud of dye, suggesting that the protective effect of ink is visual.
The pulse response of SAR, [h.sub.SAR] depends only on difference between current position of satellite and shortest approach time so it is stationary.
Democratic Representative Howard Berman, the bill s lead author and chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, has said he will give Obama s approach time and wait until the end of September to see whether Iran bows to global pressure to freeze its uranium enrichment program.
In GPD approach time behaviour of arrival of claim amount was not utilized in model development.
That program annually assists between 125 and 150 independently produced films that approach Time Warner to get help with financing and insurance coverage.
You learn how to focus and how to approach time and space.
As with most above average students, they are competitive and approach time management of their studies strategically (Philips, 2001).
The Real Madrid defender accused Treble winners United of using the same approach time after time - with all their play going through David Beckham.
Temuri said that approach time of Rescue 15 police officials to the crime scene or other venue during emergency should be 5-7 minutes.
We returned to the ship and established ourselves in the marshal stack to wait for approach time. At our designated time, we hit our push point and flew a CV-1 approach.