alternate with

alternate with

1. To share a role or task with another person. Because we're co-hosting the talent show together, we're planning to alternate with jokes and introductions.
2. To appear repetitively with something else. That pattern is visually overwhelming; it's just a constant line of circles alternating with squares.
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alternate with something

 
1. [for someone] to serve as a substitute for someone. I alternated with Fred as the lead in the school play. They asked Harry to alternate with Ron on the team.
2. [for something] to appear repetitively and regularly in a sequence with something else. (For instance, A alternates with B in the sequence ABABAB.) In this design the straight lines alternate with the circles. The red dots alternate with the blue ones.
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Under the old rule, you could fly halfway across the country, miss a GPS approach and navigate to your alternate with GPS but you couldn't plan to shoot a GPS approach.
Legally you could fly to Nervino without an alternate with weather conditions below approach minimums, but is that smart?
An alternate with a weak personality can quickly be influenced by a group whose dynamics have been forged by time - even 14 hours as in this case.
Without it, you need to file an alternate with weather forecast at your ETA to have at least the alternate weather listed, or if none is listed, 800 and 2 if all you've got is a non-precision approach, or 600 and 2 if there is a precision approach available.
The second error is in listing an alternate with GPS-only approaches which is allowed for WAAS-equipped aircraft.
One could easily argue that a strip without an approach might prove more legal than a unauthorized approach on a sunny day, since it can be filed as an alternate with VFR from the MEA to the ground.