omnibearing

omnibearing

[′äm·nə‚ber·iŋ]
(navigation)
The magnetic bearing of an omnidirectional radio range.
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Compared with the omnibearing vision of the Changes and its Yin-Yang narrative mode, the Dream shows only the changes possible in a single corner of 18th-century China, although this corner is large enough for us to marvel at its scope and brilliance.
There's still something to be said for the relative simplicity of "tune, identify, twist (the omnibearing selector, or OBS) of a VOR "nav head" (display) when compared to entering and activating a GPS waypoint.
OA occurs in an omnibearing and multilayered pattern and is related to varying degrees to ageing [1].
Huang, "Web2OHS: a Web2.0-based omnibearing homecare system," IEEE Transactions on Information Technology in Biomedicine, vol.
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