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Synonyms for airstream

a relatively well-defined prevailing wind

the flow of air that is driven backwards by an aircraft propeller

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uk THE iconic American Airstream brand will officially relaunch in the UK at October's Motorhome and Caravan Show 2017, the UK's largest leisure vehicle show.
The famous aerodynamic, silver-bullet Airstream shape is handcrafted with a buck-riveted aluminium bodyshell over a ribbed frame, with visible aluminium inside as well as out.
But when it comes to the ultimate Sunset fantasy, one word leaps to mind: Airstream.
Any time we've seen an Airstream, it's like the clouds part and an angelic choir starts singing,'' says Cliff Garinn, a 49-year-old college career counselor from Dallas.
Ever since, the pop-up restaurant usually sighted on Dubai's Kite Surf Beach, Jumeirah, has attracted thousands of visitors, including royals, who line up at the vintage Airstream trailer to grab a bite of its fast-selling sliders and shakes.
IF you think caravanning can't be cool then you have never stayed in an Airstream.
The snag is that the airstream costs a mighty EUR59,093.
Permeable membrane-based liquid desiccant dehumidification eliminates direct contact of the desiccant solution with the airstreams, keeping the initial liquid desiccant charge contained in the system for an extended period of time.
When there is only one supply opening and only one exhaust opening in a room, the air at any point is the air coming from that supply opening and the air going out through that exhaust opening--no differences between supply and exhaust airstreams exist.
Aside from their stylish exterior, what is it about the Airstreams which attracts such adoration?
Admit it: when you're driving down the interstate and pass one of those huge silver breadbox-shaped trailers known as Airstreams, you get a goofy grin on your face.
The passage of the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990 prompted an increased urgency to find new ways of treating airstreams containing volatile organic compounds (VOCs) such as toluene and methyl ethyl ketone (MEK).
For my Diamond Jubilee Lesbian Years, I had envisioned Mother Earth Watch trips with my fellow crones, counting hawks in migration over Lesbos, circling up the silver Airstreams and convoying in voter registration drives throughout the South, or popping out my uppers and gumming the pretty young things who attend to my every need at Amazon Manor.
Shinn also knew that powerful airstreams called trade winds lift about a billion tons of African dust every year, carry it on a five-day journey across the Atlantic, then dump the particles onto Caribbean waters and islands.
Although the catalyst can be repaired by being rewashed and reheated, it is important to discuss individual airstreams with process emission suppliers before deciding on a VOC-abatement system.