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VORKOSIGAN SAGA
AZ PERIOD
FANTASTIC EVENT
VOR RECEIVERS
VOR STATION
VHF OMNIDIRECTIONAL RANGE
ACCURACY
AIRPORT
FLYING
FRIGG
GODDESS
CONTROL
SIGNALS
CURIOSITY
PILOTS
AIRCRAFT
VOR
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Definitions

  1. Vor is the goddess of marriage and contracts and faithfulness between man and woman from whom nothing could be hidden because she is so wise.
  2. VoR is a candid, sincere, honest and educated voice in this forum.
  3. Vor is attested in the Prose Edda, written in the 13th century by Snorri Sturluson; and twice in kennings employed in skaldic poetry. (Web site)
  4. The VOR is a fantastic event and a very strong challenge.
  5. Vor: Vor was a handmaiden to Frigg and a Scandinavian Goddess of contracts and marriage agreements.

Vorkosigan Saga

  1. The Vor of Barrayar, the noble families of Barrayar in the Vorkosigan Saga.

Az Period

  1. During the AZ period, 19 patients were treated with both FLU and VOR during multiple hospitalizations.

Fantastic Event

  1. He continued: "The VOR is a fantastic event and a very strong challenge.

Vor Receivers

  1. Most aircraft equipped for instrument flight have at least two VOR receivers.

Vor Station

  1. Pilots are urged to check for this modulation phenomenon prior to reporting a VOR station or aircraft equipment for unsatisfactory operation.

Vhf Omnidirectional Range

  1. VHF omnidirectional range (VOR) is a radio navigation aid used in aviation.

Accuracy

  1. Theoretically a TACAN should provide a nine-fold increase in accuracy compared to a VOR but operational use has shown only a 1.5 to 2 fold increase.

Airport

  1. Some airports are equipped with a VHF omnidirectional range (VOR) to help pilots find the direction to the airport. (Web site)

Flying

  1. However, it is probably safe to assume that the aircraft is flying a course of 254 degrees, has overflown the VOR station and is now flying away from it.

Frigg

  1. Probably the same as Vor, and just a part of Frigg. (Web site)

Goddess

  1. Vor A goddess whose name means "vow". (Web site)

Control

  1. Through these connections, area 7 might control the vestibulo-ocular response (VOR) by modulating the ascending vestibular information. (Web site)

Signals

  1. VOR systems (used by aircraft), have an antenna array that transmits two signals simultaneously. (Web site)

Curiosity

  1. Vor (aware)Norse Goddess of curiosity and finding things out.

Pilots

  1. VOR - Radio navigation aid, named after the VORtex effect on pilots trying to home in on it.
  2. A VOR provides azimuth guidance to pilots by reception of electronic signals.
  3. The ground based VOR stations were often combined with DME at the same site, so that pilots could know both their radials in degrees w.r.t.

Aircraft

  1. VOR, short for VHF Omni-directional Radio Range, is a type of radio navigation system for aircraft.
  2. When the aircraft is due (magnetic) north of the VOR, the two signals coincide.
  3. VOR consists of a series of radio stations that beam direction information to aircraft. (Web site)

Vor

  1. In Norse mythology, Vor was the goddess of marriage and contracts from whom nothing could be hidden because she was so wise.
  2. VOR (Very High Frequency Omnidirectional Range), systems (used by aircraft), have an antenna array that transmits two signals simultaneously. (Web site)
  3. The aircraft could be flying due north and this snapshot of the VOR could be the moment when it crossed the 254 degree radial.

Categories

  1. Industry > Transportation > Aviation > Aircraft
  2. Pilots
  3. Curiosity
  4. Signals
  5. Belief > Religion > Gods > Goddess
  6. Books about "Vor" in Amazon.com

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