from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. instrument landing system
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- Israeli new sheqel
- instrument landing system
- integrated logistic support
- integrated library system
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Patrick Smith, a commercial pilot who has flown into Guyana, said that in addition to the lack of the ILS, which is in place at most large and busy airports, the runway can be challenging because it is relatively short.
The french film this is based off of ILS aka THEM is now on dvd.
Often librarians find themselves shoehorning user authentication, tools for journal article discovery, network and equipment usage management, and payment tools onto ILS software—as if the ILS were the car driving library services and these other tools its accessories.
Proton builder Khrunichev Space Center of Moscow is the majority owner of ILS, which is based in Reston, Va.
You've just described Leyel's behavior, I tell you that it's called ILS, you want to know what ILS is, and what am I going to do? "
The AquaBrowser implementation will include faceted navigation, word cloud discovery, relevancy ranking, an integrated Authority File, real-time availability information for items, and integration with the ILS for patron services such as placing holds, making requests, viewing checkouts, and renewing items.
Standard and operational adoption of "fly home to launch site," with the capability of landing any location that has commercial/military ILS/GPS landing aids.
There are a couple of people I can think of who might be helpful to you along the way in your search to arrive at the essential nature of the ILS.
An ILS helps pilots land by giving them a more precise reading of their angle of descent and the position of the aircraft down to 200 feet.
Things will be better with a new ILS system that we are testing, Mohamed told The Associated Press.