time front

time front

[′tīm ‚frənt]
(aerospace engineering)
A locus of points representing the maximum ground distances from a departure point that can be covered by an aircraft in a prescribed time interval. Also known as hour-out line; time curve.
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It all began eight years ago when he hung several Time front pages at his golf clubs with headlines such as "Trump is Hitting On All Fronts: Even TV
They also have some important games coming up against both of the long time front runners - Kirkby Lonsdale and Kendal - so, they may yet have a big say in who finally gets the nod and over the finishing line come April.
Dr Phil Banfield, Chair of BMA Cymru said the Welsh NHS was the most "overly complex matrix organisation ever seen", with too many managers at a time front line staff were needed.
You may feel you've taken a step back in time when you step through time front door of the Grand Wisteria Plantation Bed & Breakfast in Greenville, Ga.
Galway have a say in it for sure but I think it's a bit much to put them out there as big time front runners.
Contract awarded for Invitation to Quote for the Supply of Manpower of One Full Time Front Desk cum Admin Officer from 3rd October 2016 to 30th September 2017 with an Option to renew for another period.
com)-- Ben Brown, long time front man of Vanishing Apollo and member of local band Drunken Sunday, released the first single off his solo EP entitled Something's Coming.
By this time, Lions had seen full-back Goode yellow carded and then in added time front rows Matt Price and Park's Dan Frazier were also carded after a prolonged fight.
And as well as being able to explore everything that goes on behind the scenes, the children are also set for a wild time front of house when a new family show brings a touch of classical music to Teesside audiences.
Hearn, a top talker who I've got to know well, will for the first time front a chat night at the Hilton Newcastle-Gateshead Hotel on Friday, April 3.