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FANCA

A gene on chromosome 16q24.3 that encodes a protein of the Fanconi anaemia complementation group (here, complementation group A), the members of which are related not by sequence similarity, but rather by their assembly into a common nuclear protein complex.
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What is indisputable is that Connors never bothered to tell the FAA about any of the prescriptions, even though the honor system required him to do so.
The FAA would not comment further on the letter, or how the agency would respond if the authority did not pay back the funds.
The FAA found 150 instances our of 267,000 entries where a paperwork discrepancy was found," he told the Seattle Times in a written response it elected not to print.
Her fundamental mistake is to argue that the FAA should pursue safety literally at all cost.
The FAA began requiring the GPWS in all of the larger passenger planes after two particularly bad accidents--an Eastern Airlines L-1011 that sloped into the Florida Everglades and a TWA Boeing 727 that slammed into a mountain while approaching Dulles--that together killed 191 people.
Unairworthy planes have sometimes carried passengers for months before FAA inspectors detected the safety breaches.
Finally, Bramlitt says FAA ignored solar flares when estimating crew exposures, even though flares can substantially boost exposures.
US FAA is seeking to reverse the trend of carriers operating lower-capacity regional jets to LGA, which it says leads to underutilization of the airport's terminals and other facilities and serves the needs of too few passengers.
FAA officials said none of the incidents equated to a near-mid-air collision.
WASHINGTON, June 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Secretary of Transportation Federico Pena and FAA Administrator David R.
If the FAA can make that come about, we'd welcome that.
The Company is working with the FAA to complete the necessary certifications and expects to finish the project in 2006.