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flight distance

the distance that agricultural and wild animals like to keep between themselves and a threat of danger. The distance varies with the degree of wildness of the animals and the circumstances. Called also the circle of safety, critical, fright or guard distance. Important in planning animal handling facilities, yards, zoos and the like. Neglect of the need to provide adequate space in which an animal can escape will lead to them damaging themselves by running into fences.
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When you work inside the flight zone and walk in the opposite direction of the desired movement, the animal will move forward when you cross the point of balance.
In his own words, Djokovic is in " smooth flight zone.
Activity Representamen Action Units Rene Openess of the flight zone Holds the parachute toggles and monitors the flight zone Laurent Openness of the flight zone Holds the parachute Other jumpers toggles and monitors the flight zone Bertrand Openness of the flight zone Holds the parachute Other jumpers toggles and monitors Landing area the flight zone and landing area Eric Openness of the flight zone Holds the toggles of Landing area the parachute and monitors the flight zone Activity Interpretant Rene Feels comfortable Laurent Realizes the impossibility of touching the parachute of another jumper too far away Bertrand Happiness of the flight Eric A little bit anxious about a possible deviation from the landing area Table 6.
The restricted flight zone initially encompassed airspace in a 3.
Even hypothetically thinking, before reaching Kazakhstan's territory this plane would have had to fly over other countries along its route, where the flight zone is also closely monitored, so we would have received information from these countries," he added.
In those first days of the revolution before the no flight zone came into effect this was very courageous as this was an extremely perilous undertaking ' one which neither his medical training nor his comfortable life as a top paid Consultant Surgeon in one of the most medically advanced countries in the world had prepared him for.
Flybe, which operates a route from Liverpool to the Isle of Man, became the first airline to be granted permission to fly through medium density ash clouds by NATS and the CAA after the two bodies agreed the creation of a third flight zone.
It is going to be a very competitive process as anywhere within a two-hour flight zone of London with the appropriate sporting facilities has the potential to offer training or holding camps.
So caring bosses and flamboyant private hosts might prefer to reserve all 32 capsules and the Flight Zone for an evening reception for up to 500 people between 7.
The Elmendorf Air Force Base is expanding its flight zone nearby.
This flight zone is part of the DND's avoidance program where military flight training is limited to less noise-sensitive areas.
Anecdotal observations (Stoutamire 1974) and our own recent studies have shown that the pollinators of Chiloglottis search for mates within a narrow vertical flight zone that is close to the ground (Oakwood 1990; Handel and Peakall 1993).