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en route

if you are en route to a place, you are on your way there (usually + to ) They were en route to Geneva when they heard the news.
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en route

On or along the way, as in We'll pick up Dan en route to the restaurant, or We can finish our discussion en route. This French term was adopted into English in the late 1700s.
See also: en, route
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In late 2007, the 86th CSH (Task Force 86 (TF86)), located in Baghdad, Iraq, was selected to establish a theater-wide en route care program that would address and meet the combatant commanders' responsibilities of intratheater patient movement in their areas of operations.
Recommendation: To improve the aviation weather products and services provided at FAA's en route centers, the Secretaries of Commerce and Transportation should direct the NWS and FAA Administrators to ensure that NWS develops a reliable customer satisfaction baseline by refining the questions used during annual evaluations, so that comparable information is collected from year to year, and revising the scoring process to ensure that scores accurately reflect each center's performance.
There have been several experiments on presented model, in order to notice advantages and disadvantages of the use of each of the two climb techniques during en route flight profile.
Included in the price: Return coach travel from Birmingham, Sutton Coldfield and Solihull; Return Channel crossings; Five nights half board accommodation at a good class hotel in Harz Mountains area, staying in a twin-bedded room with private facilities; Two nights bed and continental breakfast accommodation en route staying in a twin-bedded room with private facilities
Life saving surgery is accomplished there, but then those individuals are literally packaged and prepared for en route care with all the life support, with all those capabilities in place.
ERAM will replace an en route computer system that has evolved since the 1960s.
Rogers is currently en route to serve as commander, Joint Munitions Command, Rock Island, Ill.
The 23-year-old Federer, who beat Hewitt in the quarter-finals of both the Australian Open and Wimbledon en route to both titles, lost to three-time French Open champion Gustavo Kuerten in the third round at Roland Garros in June.
Lockheed Martin will re-architect the infrastructure through the En Route Automation Modernization (ERAM) program.
Some bats have been translocated while incubating infectious diseases, including rabies or related lyssavirus infections; others have escaped confinement en route to or at their destinations, while others have been released deliberately.
The enhancement covers directors or corporate officers en route to business meetings and during the meetings themselves.
Cranes, he tells us, were once believed to be men en route to immortality.
Bleeding profusely from a head wound, Teague grabbed a shotgun and fired a blast that struck Littleton, who died en route to a hospital.
Conducting the program during an en route transit may be ideal.
The Colorado Chapter had a wonderful mix of volunteers providing critical safety warnings, rest stops, lunch stops, en route communications, safety patrols, and finish-line festivities.