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 has been exceeded the most in proportion, so in 2019 there will be further work on improvements in that region.
They cordoned off the area and took their positions within approach time. DIG (Security) Waqar Ahmed Chohan appreciated the performance of all personnel from law-enforcement agencies for their quick response.
During this exercise, the police officials along with commandos rushed to a site, cordoned off the area and took their positions with in approach time.
Besides, the purpose of this exercise was to check approach time.
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.
My approach time arrived and I commenced uneventfully to 8 miles, where I was directed to dirty up.
Furthermore, players who are able to achieve jumping impulses via high rates of force development (i.e., 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 trials were video-recorded (Sony camera) to calculate the approach time, defined as the time from the flounder's first motion toward the food until the flounder took the food into its mouth.
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.