guiding plane


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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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REMOTE CONTROL: JLA's air traffic controllers guiding planes in to land at Doncaster
Recalling his long career and the upcoming celebration, Engelbart says that in World War II, he was a radar technician responsible for safely guiding planes back to their home base.
The correct beacon guiding planes into the proper approach to the airport was not picked up by the aircraft because work was being carried out on it.