SCATER

AcronymDefinition
SCATERSecurity Control of Air Traffic And Electromagnetic Radiations
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Polish-bred Scater, a Listedwinning steeplechaser in his homeland, is by Dixieland out of Scatola, a daughter of the intriguingly named Skunks and out of a mare by the even more intriguingly named Erotyk.
Rainfall (mm) occured in scatered places including Sialkot (Cantt 08, A/P 02), Balakot 02 and Rawalakot 08.
Messerschmitt, "Pipeline interleaving and parallelism in recursive digital filters-Part I: Pipelining using scatered look-ahead and decomposition," IEEE Trans.
With careful observaion faint stardust can be seen scatered on this round haze of light.
(46) The narrator claims that he is compiling exemplary material from these books for Prince Henry so that he can "beholde heer and rede / That in hem thre is scatered fer in brede." (47) One of Hoccleve's innovations in the Regiment is its ostensibly autobiographical frame.
It was during these formative years, Ed--like many of us--became very frustrated by the poor quality of the scatered after-market 1911 parts available to hooters.
241 (codified as amended in scatered sections of 42 U.S.C.).
We came across dBASE data, a lot of it, scatered about the disk in many different places.