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a hose that carries air under pressure

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a commercial enterprise that provides scheduled flights for passengers

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The Gush Shalom Movement protested to the management of the flight company 'Arkia'.
For confidentiality reasons the flight company was unable to tell her if the woman made a full recovery
The panel voted 4-1 Tuesday night to reverse a November Planning Board decision denying Avjet, a charter flight company, the permits to build a two-story, 63,000-square-foot building at 3030 Clybourn St.
25p, as weekend speculation put more detail on NTL's plans for a merger with the top flight company.
JAL) group, which has already established a similar low-cost flight company, called JAL Express, in 1997, the sources said.
Indian chartered flight company Deccan Aviation is planning to launch a low-cost, no-frills airline.
When I launched the flight company, I was also working in a pub and driving mini-cabs.
Ted Kell, manager of logistics technology at Sikorsky Aircraft, said, "The incorporation of SPSS into our customer maintenance program supports our continued goal of being recognized worldwide as the number one vertical flight company that serves our customers with exceptional one-to-one service.
Also, although it has not been owned by the government since 1984, it is recognised as the national flight company in the United Kingdom.
Meanwhile, there was a disappointing debut for Royal Mail as a top flight company.
based flight company suspended operations and canceled flights last month, Jet Pay was suddenly hit with millions of dollars in charge-backs from credit card companies.
A pledge by insurer Prudential to double its new business profits in Asia caused shares in the top flight company to jump 2% today.
Top flight company PartyGaming tumbled 58 per cent and second-tier firm 888 Holdings dived 26 per cent after US Congress passed laws banning banks and credit card companies from processing payments to online casinos.
The only top flight company reporting was advertising giant WPP, which failed to inspire investors despite revealing abovetarget profitability.
The light aircraft was chartered from Centreline, a Bristol-run flight company.