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  • n. Plural form of callout.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • The crew did not make the appropriate "callouts" - spoken warnings - that would have prompted the pilot to push forward on the aircraft's control column and prevent or recover from the stall, Byrne said.

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  • Though the exemption is in hand, FedEx also has to work with the FAA and its principle operations inspector to gain approval for a modified operations specification, training and monitoring program and aircraft flight manual supplement, including specific "callouts" by pilots for EFVS operations.


  • Markups such as callouts and labels can be added to the documentation, which can be published in a variety of formats, including PDF, DWF, PPT, SWF, AVI and published to the web or electronically delivered via email.

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  • "This series of callouts was ineffective in allowing the security force to detain the individual peacefully."

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  • Unable to figure out their dangerous predicament, the copilots failed to make verbal callouts of essential items such as speed, altitude or the angle of the plane's nose.

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  • Hours Core hours are 8am-4pm, and there is a rota between 4pm and 8am to cover those emergency callouts.

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  • Ambulance crews in London, the West Midlands and the north-east answered 4,527 callouts between them, of which 2,365 related to girls, 2,008 to boys and 154 were unrecorded.

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  • There are some weird callouts to otaku and bloggers, combined with an indictment of some ways to make money.

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  • From Random Acts of Reality a report on one night's callouts for a UK ambulance crew:

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  • The slides that had been incomplete filled in with callouts, numbers, names, legends, and dates to illustrate the long-term agendas within each area of American government and society at large.

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