red sector

red sector

[′red ‚sek·tər]
(navigation)
A sector of the circle of visibility of a navigational light in which a red light is exhibited; such sectors are designated by their limiting bearing, as observed at some point other than the light; red sectors are often located so that they warn of danger to vessels.
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As was the case with the S&P 500, the only deep red sector on the holiday shortened-week was the Utilities.
There were ten green, three unchanged, and one lone red sector index upon closing, the consumer goods index.
The latter was the only real indulgence of a tight show which resumed after an interval to romp through the bulk of last year's critically-acclaimed Clockwork Angels album before wrapping up with a series of bona fide Rush standards including Red Sector A, YYZ - giving singer/bassist Geddy Lee a rare opportunity to cut loose from his keyboard shackles to bound around the stage - Spirit Of Radio, Tom Sawyer and an abridged 2112.
Judge Kelly said documents before the court showed Ms Quinn was paid a salary equivalent to [euro]379,000 from the firms - Red Sector, Logistica and Finanstroy.
Going upstream to the ultimate source, you arrive at the corporate suites of RED sector companies, those involved in residential and commercial development.
La Figura 5 presenta el plano de presiones iniciales de la red Sector 35 y la Figura 6, el plano de presiones despues de los 55 cambios.
A new animated video short, featuring the three hand members in a spacecraft fighting a giant dragon, opened the second set and segued into AOR staple "Tom Sawyer" and the laser-filled "Dreamline." "Red Sector A," from underappreciated 1984 album "Grace Under Pressure," led into an amazing Neil Peart drum solo, while "Resist" and the Yardbirds' "Heart Full of Soul" were given acoustic treatments.
The red sector of the rev counter begins - depending on gear selection - at 8200rpm, an increase of 400rpm on the previous model.
If a straight line is used as a path between two points in this sector, sometimes it will fall outside the red sector; so, this sector is ostensibly not convex.
The 43% fit into the green category, 20% into amber, described as having "a reasonable chance of achieving adequate compliance on time" with 30% still languishing in the red sector, "most unlikely to achieve adequate compliance on time."
Judge Kelly said documents before the court showed Ms Quinn was paid a salary equivalent to PS321,000 from the firms - Red Sector, Logistica and Finanstroy.
Another Russian concern - the pounds 9.75million-valued Red Sector - was allegedly sold to Aoife Quinn's husband, Stephen Kelly for a laptop.