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guid·ing plane

(gīding plān)
Parallel surfaces aligned superoinferiorly on dental or implant abutments that are oriented so as to contribute to the direction of the path of placement and removal of a removable dental prosthesis.
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Air traffic control manager Chris Davis is delighted with the newest addition to the airport, believing it is vital to improve visibility for staff guiding planes in to land.
John would spend the remaining three years of the war organizing intelligence networks, guiding planes to their targets, and earning a well-deserved reputation as "the eyes of the 14th Air Force.
PIN-POINT accuracy is essential in guiding planes across our overcrowded skies.