Magnetic Course

Technology / Aviation / Magnetic Course: COMPASS COURSE ± deviation.

Other Words for Course

Course Noun Synonyms: movement, progress, headway, advance, progression, speed
Course Adjective Synonyms: path, way, orbit, route, run, track, ambit, line, circuit, passage
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Other Words for Magnetic

Magnetic Noun Synonyms: attractive, attracting, engaging, captivating, enthralling, seductive, alluring, entrancing, bewitching, beguiling, arresting, spellbinding, irresistible, charismatic, winning, winsome, inviting
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Compass Course

Technology / Aviation / Compass Course: A bearing as indicated by the horizontal angle between the compass needle and the centerline of the aircraft. A Compass Course is equal to a True Course ± variation and deviation: also equal to a Mag MORE

Magnetic Tape

Technology / Television (TV) / Magnetic Tape: A ribbon of plastic with a coating on it that is sensitive to magnetic impulses created by electricity. In analog technology, these magnetic impulses are modulated on the tape in a fashion parallel to MORE

Magnetic Stratigraphy

Science / Geology / Magnetic Stratigraphy: The study and correlation of polarity epochs and events in the history of the Earth's magnetic field as contained in magnetic rocks. MORE

Mohair Recourse Loan Program

Business / Agriculture / Mohair Recourse Loan Program: A program authorized by the emergency provisions of the FY1999 USDA appropriations act (P.L. 105-277, October 21, 1998) that makes interest-free recourse loans of $2.00 per pound on mohair produced pr MORE

Magnetic Reversal

Science / Geology / Magnetic Reversal: A change in the polarity of Earth's magnetic field in which the north magnetic pole becomes the south magnetic pole and vice versa. Also known as geomagnetic reversal or polarity reversal. Earth's mag MORE

Non-Credit Courses

Life Style / College / Non-Credit Courses: These are classes or courses that do not meet the requirements for a certificate or a degree at a given institution. Non-credit courses may serve one of several purposes: to explore new fields of stud MORE

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