ABORT


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ABORTAdaptive Beamformer Orthogonal Rejection Test
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In an emergency, the LAS's three motors - the launch abort, attitude control and jettison motors - would work together to pull Orion away from a problem on the launch pad or during SLS first stage ascent, steering and re-orienting for LAS jettison, and pulling the LAS away from the crew module.
In the same vein, the managing director of the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN), Captain Hamisu Yadudu has also said that the last week aborted landing of the ET aircraft was a normal safety procedure in the global aviation industry.
The plane has been described as coming to a screeching halt as the pilot aborted the flght, as reported by our sister titleEssex Live.
The actress also called the netizen's boyfriend 'a coward' for wanting to abort the unborn child.
It is unclear how old the pregnancy was when it was aborted.
According to an initial medical report issued by the hospital, the woman consumed the pills to deliberately abort the foetus.
"When we were told about the problems with Lacey-Janet's heart we were told to abort but for me it was all a big dream.
The mother was warned by doctors that her pregnancy would result in a disabled child but she decided not to abort him, the report added.
At an event held last week at the Heritage Foundation, along with Reggie Littlejohn, president of Women's Rights Without Frontiers, and pro-life Congressman Chris Smith (RNJ), Yue Zhang courageously spoke about how the Chinese Family Planning Committee dragged her into a car, took her to the hospital, and forced her to abort her baby.
And it's up to us to ensure it's doing what it's supposed to do and, if not, to abort the takeoff and live to fly another time.
On Saturday night flight UA- 83 of the United Airlines was allegedly asked to abort the take off following which two unidentified persons boarded the flight.