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contact lost

In air interception, it means visual or radar contact with target has been lost.
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But in theatre demonstrations and television broadcasts Tony, 37 offers what he describes as "proof beyond doubt" that there is life after death and that it is possible to contact lost relatives and loved ones.
Halloween is when the veil between worlds is at its thinnest and the best time to contact lost loved ones.
EVERY week we endeavour to help those wishing to contact lost friends or relatives through our Old Pals column.
Dorothy was born on Hallowe'en and her stage character, Ellen Small, was inspired by her own experiences trying to contact lost relatives.
Decision to bring Mir down taken after radio contact lost over last Christmas.
Some of the contact lost from overburdened faculty could be made up by an increase in contact time with grad students in labs with low student to teacher ratios, and through both formal and informal tutorials.
On those increasingly rare occasions when you're out of radar coverage, the controller will say either "Radar contact lost" or "Radar service terminated."
- Contact lost two hours after take-off - Contact was lost at 2:40 am Malaysian time (1840 GMT Friday), about two hours after take-off from Kuala Lumpur International Airport, the carrier's CEO Ahmad Jauhari Yahya said.
Fletcher Building slipped 2.39 percent to NZ$6.13, Telecom was 1.19 percent lower at NZ$2.50 and Contact lost 0.41 percent to NZ$4.89.
Mr Macpherson said: "I have been trying for several years to locate and contact lost relations.
Her stage character, wee Maryhill woman, Ellen Small, was inspired by Dorothy's own experiences trying to contact lost relatives.
The New York air traffic controller said: "EgyptAir 990, radar contact lost, recycle transponder squawk one-seven-one-two."