course correction

course correction

course correction
i. Allowances made for deviations, variation, and drift.
ii. The alteration of a course to get back on track. course deviation indicator (CDI) An indicator used with VOR (very high frequency omnidirectional radio-range), LORAN (long-range navigation), GPS (global positioning system), or other area navigation systems to indicate the direction and relative amount of deviation from the desired course. Also called a left-right indicator.
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It is an opportunity for introspection, soul-searching and course correction.
But in four brief paragraphs, Cruz's initiative delivers not only a much-needed course correction but also an education on the specific historical evils of anti-Semitism and an elucidation of the real key differences between both political parties when it comes to understanding and honoring the concerns of American Jews.
Unless a major course correction is carried out, meltdown is imminent.
It is time for the US to take responsibility for its failures in Afghanistan so that it can do a course correction, the minister concluded.
It is time for the US to take responsibility for its failures in Afghanistan so that it can do a course correction." She said that there was no doubt that Pakistan's record on religious freedom was not ideal but it was still better than the European Union's record given the restrictions on churches, the banning of certain dress codes of Muslims and refusal of entry of certain preachers to name a few.
The three-month appraisal would facilitate midway course correction, where required, and to ensure that overall performance of the government is on track.
Senator saleem mandviwalla said that according to the party manifesto 'We, pledge immediate measures for course correction, but also deeper reforms in agriculture, trade and industry, labour rights and welfare, natural resource management, energy, taxation and resource mobilisation, and infrastructure which will form the basis for rebuilding our economy'.
The sports and auto industries made a major course correction during the 1990s and early 2000s; video game designers were making digital ripoffs for years.
ISLAMABAD -- Newly appointed Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi on Monday pledged course correction in foreign policy and for improved consular service function of the country's missions overseas, besides offering an olive branch to India and Afghanistan and vowing to bridge trust deficit with the United States.
"Volatile market conditions in retailing have led to an increase in commercial cases, while a long-awaited course correction on Fed monetary policy could make credit more expensive for consumers with household debt," said ABI Executive Director Samuel J.
Summary: Political analysts say that many of the promises of the Modi government need course correction by being more accommodative over the next year
Some have remarked that Modi is in a process of course correction, however, the majority of the Nepalis have expressed the view that our prime minister KP Sharma Oli, who was initially known to be a pro-Indian leader, has deceived patriotic Nepalis by demonstrating a policy of surrenderism.

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