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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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Recent studies had hinted that jets might be primarily electrons and protons, but astronomers lacked solid evidence.
The squadron currently operates eight Super Hornets, and a total of twelve jets will display the Skull and Crossbones once workups begin at the end of 2005.
McLain of Imerys said that the interaction of pigment and ink has been widely studied, and it is clear that surface functionality on pigments can enhance the printed image dramatically by minimizing the ink spread in ink jet printing.
The greatest value for private jet service customers lies in the flexibility that ownership allows for a better use of their time, according Manfred Schindler, vice president of sales for Boeing Business Jets and Boeing Commercial Airplanes.
Ruggless was part of the team actually building the jet car, which had five days to do the work.
Subglottic jet ventilation has three potential advantages: (1) It allows for excellent ventilation and airway control, (2) it is not associated with the blowing of blood and debris into the distal tracheobronchial tree, and (3) it does not impede surgical access.
A high pressure air mass situated east of the jet stream's ridge added to the heat, says meteorologist Louis Uccellini.
com's unique online system enables customers to select a different, specific jet each time they fly.
For example, to fly 100 hours a year in a Citation Excel jet under a fractional program costs about $337,000 a year in fixed and indirect costs, on top of an initial acquisition cost of $1.
In addition to introducing the first Bubble Jet printer in the market, Canon developed the first desktop Laser Beam printer.
As part of its launch campaign, the Microsoft Office Live team selected Marquis Jet, the leader in private jet cards, as the grand prize for an innovative sweepstakes called I'm Going Places (www.
Rolls-Royce forecasts that 51,000 engines, valued at $70 billion, are needed over the next 20 years to meet demand for 24,000 new corporate jet aircraft; from very light jets through business jetliners.
6 at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif.
Each time, they flew on a private jet--an eight-seat Citation X provided, along with a pilot, by Marquis Jet Partners, one of several companies now selling memberships for private-jet travel.