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ab initio

(ahb i-nish-ē-ō),
From the beginning.

ab initio

Latin, from the beginning; used in the working medical parlance to mean formulated without experimental data.
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Commenting on the new training agreement, Tim Shattock, CEO of Gulf Aviation Academy, said, "GAA are very pleased to partner with PTC on this key Ab-Initio Pilot Training Programme.
mr Alzain also said: "Mid-2009, we initiated the Ab-Initio programme, a fully integrated training programme for Bahraini pilot cadets who are training for an Airline Transport Pilot's Licence (ATPL).
Este modelo extrae las propiedades de los resultados ab-initio que son indispensables para explicar consistentemente los coeficientes de transporte arriba mencionados.
Computational modelilng and Ab-initio calculations in MAX phases I
It will initially serve as the dedicated training centre for Emirates' National Cadet Pilot Programme, and gradually expand its cadet intake to include ab-initio pilots from other carriers.
In the future, the Academy will have the capacity to train a large number of ab-initio pilots from other carriers once it is operational for the Emirates cadets; setting the benchmark for training excellence in the region.
This acquisition is said to strengthens the company's leadership and global reach in civil aviation training by increasing its training centre footprint, growing its Ab-Initio flight training network and extending its portfolio via the addition of OAA's Parc Aviation.
According to the NAB report, 150 cases were reopened since the NRO was declared void ab-initio by the apex court in its December 16,2009 verdict.
Twenty cadets, aged between 18 and 20, have already been selected for the two-year Ab-Initio course and will begin their training shortly, at OAA's facilities in Oxford, Melbourne, and Phoenix, the US.
Emirates recently placed an order for 27 aircraft allowing ab-initio pilots to receive 100% of their training in the UAE at the most advanced pilot academy in the world with a purpose-built learning environment for developing professional pilots.
The petitioner alleged that the decision was illegal, capricious arbitrary, void ab-initio and against the principle of natural justice.
The one-judge bench of Justice Noor ul Haq N Qureshi resumed the hearing of a case, filed by Chaudhry Tanveer Ahmed, terming the appiontment of MD PTDC illegal and void ab-initio.