approach time


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approach time

The time at which an aircraft is expected to commence approach procedure.
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The approach time, the running speed, the height and launching angle are playing a very important role in the overall distance of the jump and they all depend on one another, (Neagu, 2012b).
The erroneous accusations that Trump's campaign was misguided in its decision-making was characteristic of the Democrats' approach time and time again throughout the election, and even Obama would go on to criticise Clinton's campaign strategy after the election when he stated that
These individuals are aware of their preferred thinking style and, with this awareness, will work diligently to make up for their own preference in how they assemble their team, approach time, and engage in activities.
We returned to the ship and established ourselves in the marshal stack to wait for approach time.
During this exercise police officials along with commandos rushed to a site, cordoned off the area after reaching there within seven minutes and took their positions within approach time.
in less time) should theoretically be able to employ the swing technique while minimizing the negative aspects of decreased approach time and increased time in the air by initiating the swing technique later.
All the wings reached on the spot and took their positions within approach time.
A Friedman's test followed by one-tailed Wilcoxon matched-pairs post hoc tests were used to determine if experimental treatments (squid ink or CMC+dye) significantly increased approach time compared to controls (SW or nothing).
PICK-UP TRICK 3 MAKE THE APPROACH Time to make a good first impression.
If we consider that S([tau], t) is representation of SAR image in signal domain and S(r, x) is its corresponding representation in data domain where x is the closest approach time and r is the shortest slant range.
They were very tame, and permitted close approach time after time.