normal turn

normal turn

normal turn
A rate 1 (3°/s) turn through 360° in two minute. It is indicated by the first mark on the turn and slip indicator. Each subsequent mark indicates one additional rate. Normal TSIs (turn and slip indicators) show up to a rate 3 turn (i.e., three times the normal turn).
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Knight added: "It will be the normal turn around, it would be [airing in] spring of 2019."
When they befriend a robber and invite him to stay, and he goes off with all their valuables, they are unperturbed and seem to accept this as a normal turn of events.
That same tailwind often pushes us beyond the point at which we'd make a normal turn to base, which can lead to all kinds of mischief when turning final.
But the Scot, who will lead Great Britain's bid to win the Davis Cup for the first time since 1936, said it was important to carry on with "normal Turn to Page 39 From Back Page lives" in the face of tragedy.
It is unlikely Lackey will be able to pitch in his normal turn on Friday, Farrell added, but there remains a chance that Lackey can simply be pushed back and given extra rest and not have to go on the disabled list.
This is important because the navigator will likely start the turn at these points regardless of its normal turn anticipation and the intercepts might not be as accurate as you're used to.
Offers voices of real people that tell you to reduce the speed, so you do not even need to look at the screen, like a normal turn by turn application?
"We had a very good race and we were always just behind Darjina, but she couldn't produce her normal turn of foot," said rider Christophe Lemaire.
He told the court he had made a normal turn onto the A40 and said of the approaching motorcycles, 'They were fastest I had ever seen...
Coroner Andrew Tweddle said: 'It is quite conceivable that she would have been able to (walk home) in the normal turn of events.' He recorded a verdict of misadventure.
"In addition to the cost factor, the normal turn through here is two to three days.
"It's just the normal turn of business and keeping costs down." Employees were told by management that the papers are looking at workers throughout the company who are over 55 years old and have worked there at least 10 years.