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glidepath

(ˈɡlaɪdˌpɑːθ) or

glide slope

n
(Aeronautics) the approach path of an aircraft when landing, usually defined by a radar beam

glide•path

(ˈglaɪdˌpæθ, -ˌpɑθ)

n., pl. -paths (-ˌpæðz, -ˌpɑðz, -ˌpæθs, -ˌpɑθs)
the course followed by an aircraft or spacecraft when descending for a landing.
[1935–40]
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MediQuire has been working with providers, health plans, and employers nationwide to move them seamlessly along the glidepath to value-based care.
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GlidePath has begun construction on the Prospect Storage facility.
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They possess the knowledge and experiences to ensure their sons and daughters will navigate through high school and onto an education path that will be a glidepath to a two-year or four-year college degree.
Differing from target date strategies that typically offer a glidepath that automatically reallocates assets to a more conservative profile as the target retirement date approaches, the Columbia Threadneedle solution maintains a diversified risk allocation throughout the lifecycle, reducing aggressiveness along the glidepath without sacrificing asset class diversification.
EU envoys backed a proposal by Slovakia, which holds the rotating EU presidency, to set a glidepath for wholesale roaming data charges that will see them capped at 1 euro cent per megabyte — e1/410 per gigabyte — in June and decreasing to e1/40.5 per megabyte from June 2021, diplomats said.
In a hypothetical glidepath with reduced bonds and between 50% and 75% risk equities, the Sharpe ratio improved and the sustainable withdrawal rate increased.
From the draft document from Italy, which currently holds the EU presidency, it seems that instead of a full cancellation, the EU is planning to introduce gradual reduction, or a "glidepath" - gradual reduction in roaming fees towards the goal of "roam like at home" (RLAH).