intermediate approach


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intermediate approach

That part of an instrument approach procedure in which aircraft configuration, speed, and positioning adjustments are made. It blends the initial approach segment into the final approach segment. It begins at the intermediate fix or point and ends at the final approach fix or point.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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At any rate, there will be a healthy crosswind on the intermediate approach leg and a robust tailwind on the final approach course, sending you on one heckuva left downwind for 23.
The Seventh Circuit described these varying lines of authority as the Sixth Circuit's "Literalist Approach," (10) the Third Circuit's the "LaSala Approach," (11) and the Ninth Circuit's the "Intermediate Approach." (12) While the Seventh Circuit could have consulted any of these lines of authority in deciding Goldberg and Holtz, it also could have followed its earlier decision in Brown v.
A variety of healthcare contexts need to be explored as possible platforms for the establishment and provision of NHS services, particularly TNHS as the intermediate approach. This is particularly important as the choice of context may influence coverage rates and follow-up return rates, which are two of the key determinants to effective and successful NHS programmes.
The dynamics of the Inter Governmental Negotiations (IGN) have generated interest in the Intermediate Approach (lA), i.e.
"What we wanted to do was to take the next step beyond this intermediate approach. So, the second procedure, which used floating separation, really produced almost perfect results," explains Mr Vieten.
This is while, French President Franciose Hollande is pursuing an intermediate approach concerning Syria, which can prepare the grounds for creating a balanced situation as long as Syria's political future is concerned.
Paris seems to be in favour of an intermediate approach, "mid-way between these two extremes," according to Jean-Robert Callon de Lamarck, intellectual property adviser and president of the Association des Praticiens Europeens des Brevets (APEB).
Practical Difficulties in the Intermediate Approach Are Not Present in the Motive and Opportunity Test CONCLUSION INTRODUCTION
of Miami) challenges the rivalry between foundationalism and coherentism as simply one more epistemological dualism, and suggests an intermediate approach to epistemology that recognizes a less-than-absolute contribution of both individual experience and mutual support in constructing and verifying knowledge.
Development teams wishing to make this shift to a platform design yet retain their software investments in specific processor technologies can adopt an intermediate approach by retaining the CPU that they are accustomed to and implementing all remaining circuitry in an FPGA.
This Note will assess the utility of the categorical approach, as well as the similar intermediate approach, and draw comparisons with a proposed fact-based approach in order to demonstrate that the fact-based approach proves most effective when conducting crime of violence inquiries involving escape offenses.
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