OBSCURE

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OBSCURE

"A Formal Description of the Specification Language OBSCURE", J. Loeckx, TR A85/15, U Saarlandes, Saarbrucken, 1985.
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The rest of the orbit showed smaller rapid obscurations, indicating that an irregular, dusty debris field completely rings WD 1145.
But one critical capability that has not yet been reintegrated is that of obscuration generated from vehicle-mounted platforms.
It is associated with obesity (except in children, who may have normal body weight) and patients are usually overweight women, who present with swollen discs, headaches and often visual obscurations.
5 million Sandblaster program, funded by the US Defence Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) in 2007, Honeywell worked with Sikorsky and Sierra Nevada to demonstrate how synthethic vision and enhanced vision in various forms could be used to help helicopter pilots "see" through obscurations like sand or snow to enable landings and takeoffs without natural vision.
Randolph deals with the intimate coordination between the President and his National Security Advisor, and finds Kissinger's recommendation to Nixon after the President had denied General Creighton Abrams permission to attack the "visible" North Vietnamese buildup of forces to be a mix of "half truths, obscurations, and denial.
Both vertical visibility and ground-based obscurations can be reported while locating higher layers of clouds.
There may be episodes of horizontal double vision or other tangential visual obscurations.
But l]ocal obscurations of the lunar surface are supported by reasonably strong evidence.
Contract notice: Construction of a community center with underground parking sunscreen and obscurations.