Referring to non-Catholics it clearly annunciates
, "The Church recognizes that in many ways she is linked to those who, being baptized, are honoured with the name of Christian, though they do not profess the faith in its entirety or do not preserve unity of communion with the successor of Peter .
Also rolling in the background is Garmin's Surface Watch, which crosschecks the correct runway and annunciates
it on the PFD.
R] "ROTATE" * Rotate towards 10[degrees] pitch attitude Positive rate "POSITIVE RATE" of climb * Verify positive rate of climb "GEAR UP" * Position gear lever UP After lift-off * Maintain F/D * Monitor speed and commanded attitude attitude "ADVISE ATC," when appropriate * Advise ATC ** Comply with airport specific "Engine Failure After Takeoff' procedure (if published); otherwise, fly runway heading "HEADING SELECT" * Select HDG SEL * Verify HDG SEL annunciates
* Position A/T arm switch OFF
Red Bar with inverted Red Chevron with no other segments indicates too slow (level 1) KLR 10 annunciates
A status line at the top of the display gives the current operating command and annunciates
active alarm messages.
Supply Fan Failure Event alarm message annunciates
at BACnet operator workstation.
These rhetorical differences are consistent enough to inspire the formulation of Finucane's Fourth Law: If a professor annunciates
generously in favor of cholinesterase inhibitors, two conditions have been met: The professor does not provide primary care, and the professor receives emoluments from a vendor.
The list of architectural Public Art commissions (3) is not only a testament to the vision of this artist, but also, it eloquently annunciates
the breadth of artistic and intellectual resources he can access and employ.
A surveillance camera that is networked to a DVR detects motion, an alarm annunciates
and a custom audio-visual warning is automatically broadcast.
A repeater panel situated in the security hall annunciates
alarms form around the site.
The first line of this section annunciates
the theme: "Here is silence, it is everywhere" (LS 161), which then serves as an introduction, paradoxically, not to blank pages but to ones filled with poetry.