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Go around

Describes the N.Y. Federal Reserve Bank's trading desk practice of communicating with primary dealers to establish a market of bids and offers on behalf of the Federal Open Market Committee.
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'Pagkatapos ng 'go around,' yung tower controller na naka-assign, tinanong nya initially ano yung reason for going around kasi we need to establish kung yun ba ay equipment issue baka meron syang kelangang assistance on the ground so we can alert the necessary units na kelangang mag responde sa kanyang go around,' she explained.
Within their pages--along with standard departure headings, departure altitudes, and a lot of other critical information--are procedures for "unplanned missed approaches," the fancy way of saying an IFR "go around."
As you 'go around' the video, you find they have placed the UAE flag in space.
Case in point: when I was a kid, I never thought twice about hopping two chain-link fences to get to my friend's house rather than walk the extra blocks to go around. That is, until I slipped, fell and sliced my arm open on one of the barbs and had to get a whole bunch of stitches.
It's the hardest part of the game, going around people, and that explosive one-two where you can go around people wasn't quite there today.
Like others in the city, they were planted in the middle of pavements - prompting complaints from residents who had to go around them.
A thought struck him that he need not necessarily go around the world physically.
That's why "Enough To Go Around: Searching for Hope in Afghanistan, Pakistan & Darfur" by writer and photojournalist Chip Duncan is such a welcome documentary showcasing men and women, although having to reside in refugee camps and/or who have had family members slain, yet refuse to give in to victimhood but hold out hope and endurance and simple acts of kindness.
The Latin word for this practice, ambitio, came from a verb meaning "to go around." Since looking for votes showed "a desire for power or honor," the Latin word took on that meaning.
The men go around with a long tool that just picks up paper and a plastic bag to put it in.
Money makes the world go around, the world go around, the world go around, Money makes the world go around, it makes the world go round.
"[Eye] can go around like the [windmill]," said Sandy.