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Synonyms for jet

Synonyms for jet

of the darkest achromatic visual value

a sudden swift stream of ejected liquid

to eject or be ejected in a sudden thin, swift stream

Synonyms for jet

the occurrence of a sudden discharge (as of liquid)

a hard black form of lignite that takes a brilliant polish and is used in jewelry or ornamentation

atmospheric discharges (lasting 10 msec) bursting from the tops of giant storm clouds in blue cones that widen as they flash upward

an artificially produced flow of water

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issue in a jet

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fly a jet plane

of the blackest black

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Jet-It-Together is committed to delivering convenient and affordable private jet travel to our members.
Rolls-Royce celebrated the 10th anniversary of the Citation X business jet program with Cessna Aircraft at a ceremony today at the National Business Aviation Association Annual Meeting and Convention in Orlando, Florida.
By redistributing matter and energy, the jets enable black holes to wield influence beyond their own galaxies.
Aircrew and maintainers alike can enjoy this reliability and reduction in maintenance man-hours required to keep the jets healthy and mission capable.
While the Jets legal team cannot comment on pending litigation, insiders say the football team will break ground on the stadium this summer.
CEOs and corporate flight departments shopping for short-range aircraft will have a new set of options in the next couple of years when manufacturers roll out what they're calling very light jets.
An improved global economy is particularly important for sales of corporate jets in Latin America, however the impact of that expected improvement would take a longer time to be felt in the region, according to Carlos R Horan, sales director of Latin America for Boeing Business Jets.
Since 1980, the number of jets housed at the bustling airport has soared about 600 percent, from 18 to 137, mirroring a decline in the number of propeller planes, from 1,290 to 523.
It also allows them to get detailed safety reports on their pilots and plane, review customer surveys on trip experience with jets and crews, learn about cabin set-up and amenities via an online 360-degree photo tour of each jet, and obtain market-driven pricing for their trips through Jets.
The smaller plane, an executive jet, was able to land in a town called Serra do Cachimbo even though it suffered wing damage, Globo reported.
This morning, the MTA paved the way for our future," said Jay Cross, president of the New York Jets.
His team conjectures that the jets are low-energy versions of those created by hypernovas--relatively rare and extremely powerful supernovas.
The company, which launched the service in January has a fleet of more than 300 jets, most of them owned or operated (or both) by Delta, says Cameron Gowans, director of sales and marketing.
Not everyone who regularly hears the private jets taking off from the airport knew about the program, however.
Richards, administrator, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), today announced the filing of a nine-count indictment charging IJA Incorporated, d/b/a "Northeast Jet Company, Inc.