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Synonyms for hot air

Synonyms for hot air

air that has been heated and tends to rise

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The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department has not granted any of the permits needed for hot air balloon hunting, said Steve Lightfoot, a department spokesman.
Thirteen uniquely designed and brightly colored hot air balloons painted the clear sky over this free port at the break of dawn, to the delight of some 15,000 local and foreign spectators at the Omni Aviation Center here.
In 2013, families in Liverpool complained after an event at Aintree - saying they did not see any hot air balloons.
And in May, several punters in Nottingham grumbled after a lack of hot air balloons.
The Tribute Bristol International Balloon Fiesta, now in its 37th year, features four days of displays by hot air balloons from across the world.
The hot air balloon went down suddenly in Al Badayer area, a Sharjah Police officer told Gulf News.
The Balloons and Tunes Hot Air Balloon Festival will take place at Stewart Park in Middlesbrough at the end of this month.
He is also a ski instructor and hot air balloon pilot.
Homag, Biesse, Hebrockand Felder were among the companies that introduced hot air edgebanding at LIGNA.
Leister Process Technologies, the worldwide leader in industrial hot air technology, has recently introduced a drying system for PET bottles.
City of San Fernando, Pampanga - The anticipated Philippine Hot Air Balloon Festival will be moved from Clark in Angeles City to the former President and now Pampanga Representative Gloria Arroyo's hometown of Lubao, the provincial government said.
com)-- The RE/MAX Hot Air Balloon, one of the most recognized real estate logos, commemorated its 35th anniversary in October with celebratory balloon flights around the world.
THE RE/MAX Hot Air Balloon, one of the most recognized real estate logos, is commemorating its 35th anniversary this month with celebratory balloon flights around the world.
Almonds are traditionally processed using hot air at temperatures ranging from 129.
GOING UP: A hot-air balloon rises because the hot air inside is less dense than the cooler air outside.