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  • adj. of, or relating to avionics (aviation electronics)

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. of or relating to avionics


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  • + 'avionic'vesseling' {[]} 'orthographick'vesseling'

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  • More From the Air Show Norwegian Airline in $1.2 Billion Boeing Order Fuel Economy Rules Air Show The company makes aircraft engines and avionic systems, and leases and finances planes, a business that has been one of its most profitable performers during an economic downturn that has seen its broader portfolio transformed.

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  • The website says Welcome to Rochester Avionic Archives - a large collection of avionic hardware items together with an archive of films, documents, videos,brochures and newspapers.

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  • Heinlein did not serve actively in the military in WWII, as he was medically discharged in 1934 with tuberculosis, but he did serve in the fashion he was allowed, working on high-altitude pressure suit research and other avionic work.

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  • The Chinese chips are of much more recent vintage than the offensive avionic electronics in the B-52H or AGM-129.

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  • Therefore, they could disrupt microprocessors and adversely effect avionic systems, Roe explained, and that for those reasons and others UAP should be considered a hazard to safe aviation.

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  • Almost one-third of these are a wide range of manufactured products, ranging from automobiles, through avionic equipment to sophisticated chemicals.

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  • Kris yearned for some of the expensive avionic packages that would give him access to all the latest equipment that made air navigation easier.

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  • DOD Department of Defense dogtooth horizontal step in the leading edge of the wing resulting from an increase in chord dorsal spine fairing along the back of an aircraft, usually housing avionic equipment drone pilotless aircraft (remotely controlled)

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  • When I mentally strip away the electronic and avionic miracles that help Air Canada carry twenty-five thousand passengers a day, I'm overwhelmed by the enormous reliance we have to place, in our company, on the simple interaction of real people accurately understanding what other real people are saying to them!

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