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REGULATION NO. 48, INSTALLATION OF LIGHTING AND LIGHT-SIGNALLING DEVICES : PROPOSAL FOR CORRIGENDUM 2 TO SUPPLEMENT 2 TO THE 04 SERIES OF AMENDMENTS TO REGULATION NO. 48 / SUBMITTED BY THE EXPERT FROM THE INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION OF MOTOR VEHICLE MANUFACTURERS
Other requirements 6.24.9.1 The exterior courtesy lamp shall not be activated unless the vehicle is stationary and one or more of the following conditions is satisfied: (a) the engine is stopped or (b) a driver or passenger door is opened or (c) a load compartment door is opened. 6.24.9.2 The exterior courtesy lamp may be activated automatically for slow maneuvers provided that one of the following conditions is fulfilled: (a) one of manual engine start up is taking place simultaneously or (b) reverse gear is engaged, or (c) a system which assists parking manoeuvres is activated.
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Score: 1095789 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...TRANS/WP.29/GRE/2009/38&Lang=E
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The intentional abrupt maneuvering of the aircraft by the flight crew. (AMAN: Abrupt maneuvre) 1 Usage Notes: • This category includes the intentional maneuvering of the aircraft to avoid a collision with terrain, objects/obstacles, weather or other aircraft (Note: The effect of intentional maneuvering is the key consideration). • Abrupt maneuvering may also result in a loss of control or system/component failure or malfunction. In this case, the event is coded under both categories (e.g., AMAN and Loss of Control–Inflight (LOC–I), AMAN and System/Component Failure or Malfunction (Non- Powerplant) (SCF–NP), or AMAN and System/Component Failure or Malfunction (Powerplant) (SCF–PP)). • Abrupt maneuvering may also occur on ground; examples include hard braking maneuver, rapid change of direction to avoid collisions, etc. (...) (LALT: Low altitude operations) 11 Usage Notes: • ‘Terrain’ includes: water, vegetation, rocks, and other natural elements laying, on or growing out of, the earth. • Includes ostentatious display, manoeuvring at low height, aerobatics, sight seeing, demonstration flights, aerial inspection, avalanche mining, human hoist or human cargo sling, search and rescue operations, aerial application, intentional helicopter operations close to obstacles during aerial work and scud running (ducking under low visibility conditions). • Also includes intentional manoeuvring in close proximity to cliffs, mountains, into box canyons, and similar flights where the aircraft aerodynamic capability is not sufficient to avoid impact. • If there is a loss of control during low altitude operations, both loss of control – inflight (LOC-I) and LALT are coded. • NOTE: excluding rotorcraft air taxi phase of flight. • NOTE: includes maneuvering at low height while searching for an off-aerodrome landing location.
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Score: 1095495.1 - https://www.icao.int/safety/ai...-%20Occurrence%20category).pdf
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After four long months of speculations and political maneuvering, the French Government finally announced that France is getting its first Chief Data Officer. (...) After four long months of speculations and political maneuvering, the French Government finally announced that France is getting its first Chief Data Officer.
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Score: 1095239.9 - https://publicadministration.u...an-Ambitious-New-Data-Strategy
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After four long months of speculations and political maneuvering, the French Government finally announced that France is getting its first Chief Data Officer. (...) After four long months of speculations and political maneuvering, the French Government finally announced that France is getting its first Chief Data Officer.
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Score: 1095239.9 - https://publicadministration.u...-Survey-in-Media/ID/1781/Files
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Minimize the adverse environmental effects of civil aviation activities 1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 KCAA has embarked on implementation of MLAT system that is expected to operate independently for detections of aircraft/vehicles and vehicles on the maneuvering area (runway, Taxiways and Apron) at the following airports;  Moi International Airport (MIA) - Mombasa  Wilson APIRG/23– IP/12 -2-  Kisumu  Malindi 1.2 The system is expected to enhance provision of ATM in a variety of applications, from “radar-like” air traffic control purpose to enhanced situational awareness of surface movements by aerodrome controllers. (...) Vehicles must have their transponder on at all times while on the maneuvering area and apron. Interrogation is on 1030MHZ while reply is on 1090MHZ. 2.8 Aerodrome control will use MLAT to maximize utilization of RWYs and confirm that traffic is following instructions to and from the RWYs.
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Score: 1086814.55 - https://www.icao.int/ESAF/Docu...23_KCAA%20MLAT%20%28Eng%29.pdf
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LETTER DATED 3 FEBRUARY 1982 FROM THE CHARGE D'AFFAIRES A.I. OF THE PERMANENT MISSION OF THE LIBYAN ARAB JAMAHIRIYA TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
The two American fighters carried on acrobatic provocative maneuvers against the Libyan commercial plane; following it over a distance of seven miles and then landed on an American carrier.
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Score: 1083718.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...nsf/get?open&DS=A/37/82&Lang=E
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Air Traffic Control was able to contact someone on the ground to turn on the lights of an airport in the immediate vicinity, and the crew maneuvered the aircraft for landing. While on final, the cockpit began to fill with smoke.
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Score: 1078902.9 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...ing%20Papers/DGP.20.IP.008.pdf
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PROPOSAL FOR SUPPLEMENT 7 TO THE 04 SERIES OF AMENDMENTS TO UN REGULATION NO. 46 (DEVICES FOR INDIRECT VISION)
The operation of the function shall cease, when the maneuver has been completed and the CMS shall return to the default view.
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Score: 1077782.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...ECE/TRANS/WP.29/2020/16&Lang=E
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UN REGULATION NO. 46 - REVISION 6 - AMENDMENT 5
The operation of the function shall cease, when the maneuver has been completed and the CMS shall return to the default view.
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Score: 1077782.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc....1/ADD.45/REV.6/AMEND.5&Lang=E
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This will improve capacity and safety in the in terminal and allow seamless maneuvering of wide body Aircraft (example B777) at the turning bay. Such maneuvering will reduce runway occupancy time and reduce surface wear and tear.
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Score: 1066139.3 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu...d%20SASI%20ANRF%20Template.doc
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