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  • hearing aid compatibility


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  • Back in the sim, I passed through 40,000 feet and got ready to start my turn around the heading alignment cone or HAC, which is a guidance system that allows pilots to follow a circular descent path to the runway.

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  • Conversely, the vehicle also has an anti-rollback measure for uphill starts called HAC,


  • team got together last night (henceforth known as HAC MGMT) to discuss plans for 2009 and membership for the upcoming year.


  • I could've gone to Broomfield or Old Minchendenians, but I chose Winchmore Hill for an opportunity to realise a long-held ambition to see the Honourable Artillery Company or 'HAC' in action. | Home

  • The defense earlier filed a survey of how the so-called "HAC" aggravator is "actually applied."


  • I constantly struggle with HAC, Dan and the regulars commenting here because though I strongly believe in what is being said the delivery is ... well, at times darn near terrible.

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  • Don't forget Dan and HAC when talking about new additions!

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  • These two men have enormous expertise from their work in the oil industry, though they also come with their agendas and history of mistakes. bb seems to me that the problem with Kunstler for the HAC world-view is the scale of our communities and what we do.

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  • Dan, on the original HAC site, called me out by name in relation to a less than precise byline on comment.

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  • Oh, and the HAC (c. 1537) are older than the Royal Scots.

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