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Add to that, the fact that going "nordo" out of radio contact should have launched a homeland security alert and new concerns about the distracting effect of the personal electronic devices in all sorts of transportation modes and, well, the cliché "perfect storm" does come to mind.
ROBERTS: They were, as the FAA says and air traffic controllers said, "nordo," which means no radio contact for one hour and 18 minutes at the least between 7: 56 p.m. Eastern and 9: 14 p.m.
Or, failing that, a right, tight little north European "nordo" (or perhaps "neuro"), leaving the feckless south Europeans to cope with a weaker "sudo" (or "pseudo").
They do not have the capabilities, nordo they deserve the honor ofleading sailors to a cat house ....
De malproksime venas la ventego, el la regiono, kie estas la altaj montoj kaj la granda akvo, el la malvarma nordo.
All kinds of winter recreationists who want to enjoy the winter backcountry without motors whizzing by, deserve to have relatively easy and accessible places to do that too, not just relegated to distant, designated Wilderness, or groomed nordo trails.