Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
Local people seem to sense the blind approach of an automobile several seconds before visitors do.
No, this was better: a blind approach at a time when most people would be busy preparing their evening meals anyway.
"And just what the hell did you think you were doing, making a blind approach in the middle of a storm cell?"
It is a vulnerable spot, on low ground between the towering hills, with a blind approach around a bend to the north.
The greens are smooth but deceptive, especially the 13th, which requires a blind approach from the fairway.
Gary studied the terrain about the farm buildings, conscious of the one blind approach to their defenses.
The concept was also commonly known as a blind landing or blind approach when first introduced, although these terms are no longer common.
Those who don't reach the plateau will see their ball roll back toward the tee, leaving them blind approach shots with a mid-iron.
Homing beacons were to be fitted to all carriers together with a Type 237 blind approach beam system for use in poor visibility.
Between the wars, Harry Diamond of the Bureau developed a blind approach radio aircraft landing system.
The flight crew declared an emergency and requested a blind approach to RAF Abingdon.
Matt Henderson - guitar (Blind Approach, Agnostic Front)
Blind approach beacon system (BABS)
"The system is great, particularly if there are blind approaches on the course," said Craig Knizek, a 20-handicap golfer who has used ProLink on several courses.
Usually in such systems, there are some extra information for system configuration, but considering blind approaches in intelligent receivers, we can reduce information overload and increase transmission performance.
The blind approach navigation system was developed starting in 1932 by Dr. Ernst Kramar of the Lorentz AG company.
A blind approach beacon system or beam approach beacon system (BABS) is an automatic radar landing system developed in the early 1940s.
Blind Approach from St. Paul championed the new style of Straight Edge Hardcore popularized by New York bands like Warzone.
As a result, white people are able to dominate when a color blind approach is applied because the common experiences are defined in terms which white people can more easily relate to than blacks.
No. 17 Blind Approach Training Flight formed here during October 1941 using Airspeed Oxford I's before being disbanded later in the month at RAF Ipswich.
Despite setbacks like these, by Christmas 1862, reports discussed the disposition of newly built Fort Kearny and several supporting field batteries that were constructed in order to cover blind approaches to the fort.
The site had been established as a regional control centre ("Flying Control") for RAF Bomber Command; the Blind Approach Training and Development Unit was formed there that September.
No. 8 Blind Approach Training Flight formed at Wattisham during January 1941 with Blenheim Mk I's before being disbanded on 8 November 1941 at RAF Horsham St Faith.
The terms of reference were that the unit "will operate as a satellite of the RAE and will be responsible for the development on blind approach and landing of RAF, Naval and Civil aircraft".
A great number of the OBOE pilots were in fact Blind Approach Training (BAT) instructors and the hurdle was 1,000 hours on a BAT Flight, the relationship to PFF OBOE work here being too obvious to detail.