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intercept

(ĭn-tĕr-sĕpt′)
The point at which the line representing a function intersects an axis.
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In this section, a simulation analysis is conducted to evaluate the behavior of the multiple-aircraft cooperative intercept scenario.
Older or less capable autopilots do require you to manually intercept. In those cases, yes you'd stay in HDG mode until the course (in this case, localizer) needle comes alive and then select the appropriate nav mode at that point.
So how did a classified report that was "anonymously sourced and independently authenticated" lead to an FBI statement hinting at The Intercept's role, albeit potentially inadvertent, in identifying Winner as the whistleblower?
According to the company, it has received FDA approvals for the INTERCEPT Blood System for platelets and plasma in 2014 and the system is now in routine use by a number of blood centres across the US, including the American Red Cross.
Typhoons from RAF Coningsby conducted a similar operation in February, while in October and November 2015 fighter jets were scrambled from Lossiemouth to intercept Blackjack bombers flying over the North Sea.
Over the last twelve years Intercept has developed its own proprietary cloud computing platform, one of the longest standing in the UK.
The Intercept has a generous 15 inches of top rail, running nearly the length of the barrel.
The Guardian said it had obtained a document showing that in March of this year the NSA intercepted 97 billion individual communications from computer networks worldwide of which 14.4 percent originated in Iran, more than any other country.
Another system, David s Sling, designed to intercept medium-range missiles, is being developed to complement Israel s entire system of missile defence.
An IPC-2581 output will be added to Intercept's suite of ASCII manufacturing output options within the next year, the company says.
The admission came as defence chiefs released photographs of two Russian Blackjack bombers intercepted over Scotland just two weeks ago.