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dummy run

i. Any simulated firing pass in which the weapon is not released—both in air-to-ground and air-to-air firing.
ii. A trial approach to land, to pick up a load, or to release a load.
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show, y as a e During a special dummy run of the show, We Love TV is given the chance to play as a contestant.
BY JEREMY ARMSTRONG KIM Jong-un has defiantly fired off three ballistic missiles in a dummy run for nuclear strikes against South Korea.
May I suggest a dummy run on blues and twos to determine any delays and time taken to get there.
1974 A "dummy run" of Newcastle's new traffic scheme today spelt out the chaos to come.
But the world and Olympic champion is the only Welsh cyclist to have made the dummy run for the London Games, which takes place in six months time.
Inspired Torres' dummy run broke a loose Oxford wall and Drury whipped an excellent free-kick on to the head of Barnett, who coolly nodded home his 10th goal of the season.
Dummy run Celebrate 20 years of the famous black and yellow For Dummies book series when a special roadshow comes to Birmingham next week.
READING today''s Daily Post 7th March 2011, I found the article on page 15, titled Flood dummy run, some what amazing.
From 1978-79 he was manager of BBC Radio Scotland when they ran a dummy run on the procedures for the death of the monarch.
In association with A DUMMY RUN: Pupils from Kader Close Junior School, Acklam receive a demonstration in how to save a life using mouth-to-mouth resuscitation from PC Roy West.
FOOTAGE showing three of the July 7 bombers travelling on the Tube in a dummy run nine days before the attacks was shown to a jury yesterday.
They're using a scanner with different software to Southampton's, and a dummy run using mocked-up papers had better results.