n.— «Students take readily to the computerized training. Byron Hull, who manages training for the Air Route Traffic Control Centers, refers to the computer savvy of the new recruits as “knobology,” a neologism that describes the students’ ability to relate instrument controls to their function. In the future, experts predict, controllers will use more computer tools to handle more flights each shift.» —“For Air Traffic Trainees, Games With a Serious Purpose” by Matthew L. Wald in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma New York Times Oct. 8, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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