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zeppelin

Synonyms for airship

a steerable self-propelled aircraft

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To avoid a second arranged marriage, Catherine becomes Cat, disguises her gender and status, and flees to the gritty shipyards to stow away on one of the air ships she has long watched from her bedroom window.
In 1912, the editor of the Rocky Mountain House Echo asked, "Did you see the air ship that passed over this district last Thurs.
The airline will transfer its duty free business to Miami-based Duty Free Air Ship and Supply in early 2003.
The new Mi Notebook Air ships with a 40W charger and supports fast charging.
Recently air ships, drones and tunneling have been promoted as alternate solutions.
Air ships have been suggested as a viable alternative to hauling large amounts of cargo, delivering supplies like building materials, heating fuel, groceries, and medical supplies to remote and First Nations communities.
Among its most conspicuous features is the 30-meter-high minaret which in addition to its traditional function of carrying out the muezzin's calls to prayers, works as a lighthouse, offering much-valued assistance to watercrafts, boats and air ships.
Q My son has four vintage Star Trek air ships and 10 figures.
Col Edward Kaharik, III, Hybrid Air Ships Program, USTRANSCOM
Because air shipping is expensive, consumers will shift purchases away from the firm that air ships in proportion to the price elasticity of demand.
Whether it's the air ships floating above the city or its inhabitants, whose dress seems inspired by Captain Hook, Planesrunner is a visually, if densely, written tale of sci-fi suspense that ponders big questions with wonderment and heart." SUSAN CARPENTER
Working closely with military commanders, the department had also been able to buy and field 13 smaller aerostats, or air ships built by Lockheed Martin Corp and other companies, to provide continuous surveillance over military bases in Afghanistan, Lemnios said.