close control

close control

A form of aircraft mission control in which the aircraft is continuously controlled for altitude, speed and heading, to a position from which the mission can be accomplished. See also close-controlled air interception.
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Contract awarded for Installation of air conditioning equipment of the type close control in the building of the municipal councils, Floor 5 - backstage room of dmgmt - general square humberto delgado 4049-001 porto (ee.
the content of all shows would be subject to their close control to make sure that the presented materials do not contradict with the media policy of Saudi Arabia.
Inspection follows the removal of the existing surface finish in the Hodge Clemco pressure blast cabinets, which provide high work-rates, close control of abrasive output and convenient operation for staff.
ROBERTS 8 Tormented Rangers at times and his close control was a joy to watch
He focuses the 1540s, but sets that decade within the larger period (1530-65) during which Rome gradually imposed its grip on society by exerting increasingly close control over the circulation of heterodox ideas and doctrines on the Italian peninsula.
Within minutes of playing the demo, you'll find that close control is much improved, defending a touch more physical and shooting has a fluid edge.
Futsal is a variation of five-a-side football, played indoors and with a heavier ball to encourage close control.
For applications that require close control of a C[O.
As far as the administration is concerned, the Government says it will continue to maintain close control of new employments.
THE CLA in the North East is appealing for dog owners to keep close control of their dogs while out and about over the holiday period.
Ball showed wonderful close control from on the edge of the box before clipping in an exceptional effort from 25 yards out.
Entitled 'Feeling like I'm back', Sturridge showcases his close control before curling an unstoppable leftfooter into the top corner from the edge of the box.