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The sentence before the one you bolded, with my bolding applied, says: When either the normal rate of descent or the runway alignment factor of 30 degrees (15 degrees for GPS IAPs) is exceeded, a straight-in minimum is not published and a circling minimum applies. So you can have a "circling approach" that is lined up straight in to a runway, but with ...


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If you break out of the clouds with sufficient altitude, you can line up with your desired runway of use before reaching the MAP. You can only do this if you can effect the landing using normal maneuvering procedures. Breaking out of the clouds before the FAF with 10sm or more visibility would be a perfect scenario to deviate from the lateral guidance and ...


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