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en route

Currently traveling to someone or something. We're en route to the party and should be there in five minutes. It looks like the package is en route and should arrive today.
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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.
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en ˈroute

(from French) on the way; while travelling from/to a particular place: We stopped for a picnic en route.The bus broke down en route from Boston to New York.
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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.
For example and presuming an annual subscription, the FAA will ship you a complete set of fresh en route charts every 56 days, or every other AIRAC cycle.
Many solutions available today come down to two basic choices: a simple, generic hardware platform used to display AeroNav/FAA PDFs but without en route charts, or a more complicated device with every possible bell and whistle, including a GPS-driven moving map, Bluetooth, visual charts and directions to the nearest Starbucks after you land.
The elementary cost function C (total en route flight cost in USD) relates to only cost of time and cost of fuel spent during each flight phase.
Included in the price: Return coach travel from Birmingham, Sutton Coldfield and Solihull; Return Channel crossings; Five nights dinner, bed and breakfast accommodation in a comfortable, carefully-chosen 3-star hotel in the Rimini area within walking distance of the beach and with its own restaurant and bar, 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; Excursion to Florence and San Marino
Jennifer Alvarez and Raquel Velarde, who scored two goals against Garfield, both contributed assists for the Spartans, who recorded 23 shots en route to capturing their second tournament title of the season.
That is the foundation for our en route care of providing that initial stabilization forward.
The Pulkovo Airlines Tu-154M en route from Anapa to St.
American Airlines Flight 55, en route to Chicago, was diverted to Bangor Airport in Maine.
This increases coverage and capacity along Routes 35 and 37, Pompano Drive and Long Beach Avenue, especially en route to Island Beach State Park and Barnegat Bay.
The pilot of the TNT Boeing 737 cargo plane, en route to Stansted from Liege in Belgium, had to make the emergency landing at Birmingham International after the undercarriage of the plane was damaged.
Cross is currently en route to serve as commander, Defense Supply Center Philadelphia, Defense Logistics Agency, Philadelphia, Pa.
According to modern estimates, nearly a fifth of the Navajo population at the time perished either en route or at the camp.
Federer, who snapped Hewitt's 16-match winning streak en route to his fourth career major title and the US$1m first prize, became the first man since Mats Wilander in 1988 to win three Grand Slams in one year.