Far Part 91

Technology / Aviation / Far Part 91: The section or part of the Federal Aviation Regulations (FARs) covering the flight rules and regulations pertaining to non-commercial flight operations. FAR PART 91 provides you with the "rules of the sky" that you must comply with to operate as a safe non-commercial pilot.

Other Words for Far

Far Adverb Synonyms: (more) remote or distant, far-away, far-off, extreme, further, farther, farthest
Far Noun Synonyms: afar, far-away or -off, a good or great or long way or distance off or away

Other Words for Part

Part Noun Synonyms: piece, portion, division, allotment, share, percentage, participation, interest, parcel, fragment, scrap, shard, some
Part Verb Synonyms: portion, component, factor, constituent, element, ingredient

Partial Obscuration

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Partial Miscibility

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Partial Disability

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Partial Release

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Partial Release Clause

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Partial Vaccuum

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