block time


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block time

The period from the moment the chocks are withdrawn and brakes released, or moorings dropped, to the return to rest or take-up of moorings after the flight.
Translations
temps de vol réel
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Maestrado, a block time anchor in radio DxOC, was gunned down on August 27, 2015, outside a shopping center in Ozamiz City.
It lets me block time to work through correspondence and requests instead of working on each as it comes in.
The fully distributed ledger processes transactions with a twelve-second average block time and is secure against majority hash rate attacks.
For example, every Monday from 11-12am block time in your calendar to plan your week - and stick to the plan.
He concluded with a narrative about a certain congressman who admitted that he paid a block time of a radio reporter to hurl tirades against his political rival.
The BEB was essential because this command was able to block time for the MI company and allocate the resources to conduct a Tier 2 training event.
Schedule "me time": Just as you would block time on your calendar for upcoming appointments, block a few hours for essential "me time" each week.
Drug injection time was noted as a block time. Then every 2 minutes the sensory level was assessed by an ether-soaked gauze piece on C5 dermatome and motor blockade was assessed by loss of abduction at shoulder joint.
We even go so far as to block time in our calendars and call it planning.
Last month, the DasCoin blockchain radically improved its speed a full 100%, reducing block time from six seconds to three seconds, dramatically boosting settlement speeds and positioning itself as one of the fastest blockchains to date.
Airlines say their average cost of "block time," the industry metric for the period when an aircraft is taxiing or flying, was $68.48 per minute in 2017, or $4,109 hourly, led by crew and jet fuel expenses.
The risk of infection would be substantially increased for elderly patients with continuous femoral nerve block time of over 48 h as the femoral nerve puncture catheter was near the perineum, with potential risk of infection, and the patients were often associated with diabetes preoperatively.20 In addition, TKA patients were often prescribed with low molecular weight heparin and other anticoagulants before and after surgery to prevent the occurrence of deep vein thrombosis, so there is a potential risk of bleeding at the puncture site, and catheterization may increase the risk of local hematoma formation.