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i. To enter into air-combat engagement with intruders.
ii. An aircraft making contact with an arrester barrier—engaging the barrier. See aircraft arresting barrier.
iii. Contact made by a hook with an arrester wire—engaging the wire. See aircraft arresting cable.
iv. In air defense, a fire control order used to direct or authorize units and/or weapon systems to fire on a designated target—engage the target.
v. In air-to-ground operations, to fire weapons against ground targets—engage the target.
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When employed in an off-duty capacity that requires the exercise of police powers, whether on a regular or temporary basis, officers should be allowed to engage only in the following types of activity: traffic control and pedestrian safety, crowd control, security, or routine law enforcement duties for public or private concerns.
Which full-time, first time freshmen were significantly more/less likely to engage in service-learning during their first year?
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For example, a holding company's commercial finance subsidiary may also engage in mortgage banking as a secondary line of activity, but all of its assets would be allocated to commercial finance.
3) Community engagement in this context includes community service and other activities through which the University engages co-operatively with a wide range of professional and other communities in the provision of undergraduate courses, professional development programs, research, consultancies and other academic services.
Engage Communication announced today the availability of an Enhanced version of its Protector option.
The Westphal decision may provide some guidance to taxpayers who engage in self-employment activities related to their regular employment.
Consumers don't engage with 'Television' overall; they engage with a specific program, or read a particular magazine, or visit a favorite website," said Page Thompson, CEO of OMD North America.