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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of radar.


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  • This movie might be flying low under the radars is a nice, quick piece of fluff, that knows what to do, when to do it, and when to pack it up.

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  • Weird, beautiful, fascinating, and ultimately redemptive this one has largely slipped under many peoples' radars, which is a complete disgrace.

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  • I suspect the game has flown under a number of peoples 'radars, which is a shame as it's a neat election game with some novel twists.

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  • So far this game's been gliding along under most people's radars, which is a ...

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  • Finally, active and passive sensors are available, such as radars, optics, and passive detection equipment.

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  • He said India's armed forces are looking for long duration loitering missiles which can enter "enemy territory", search targets such as radars, concentration of assets and "a variety of movements of enemy", "home-on" the targets and "bang" them.


  • In Jerusalem, an Israeli official said Russia had yet to ship the S-300's "main systems" - such as radars and interceptor missiles - to Iran.

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  • Full SAR, therefore, should not be launched simply because a VMS report does not arrive, although it is reasonable to inform sea surveillance assets, such as radars, that might be able to find the vessel.

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  • Can be aimed effectively using existing target acquisition systems (such as radars and optics like night-vision goggles); and

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  • The military aid is in the form of supply of defensive equipment such as radars at concessional prices and training to the Sri Lankan Armed Forces and Police in India.



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