leading fire

leading fire

[′lēd·iŋ ′fīr]
(ordnance)
Fire delivered ahead of a moving target to allow for its motion.
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Leading fire safety consultants, architects and engineers will discuss the building designs and standards and practices in the built environment and the improved protection of people and buildings at key industry event in Riyadh.
Minnesota, US-based leading fire and life safety service and installation company Summit Companies has finalised the acquisition of Arizona, US-based Alliance Fire Protection Co.
22 January 2018 - Minnesota, US-based leading fire and life safety service and installation company Summit Companies has finalised the acquisition of Arizona, US-based Alliance Fire Protection Co.
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This strategic win further demonstrates and solidifies Astea's leadership position as the service management software provider of choice for leading fire and security companies.
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FIRE service bosses have been criticised by a watchdog for approving a lavish pension deal for Scotland's leading fire chief.
Fire system engineers will have to undergo thorough training to maintain the new code of practice issued by the Department of Civil Defence, a leading fire safety expert has said.
Held every two years, they coincide with the International Firex, Europe's leading fire safety event, organised by into4fire and the Fire Industry Association (FIA).
LEADING fire protection specialist Wormald has specific expertise in providing fire protection solutions for the oil and gas industry.
CHESHIRE was recognised as the leading fire and rescue service in the country at a major national awards ceremony.
In a statement, the family said: "Martin was a well-respected leading fire fighter at Birmingham Airport.

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