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Aerial

adjective Referring to that which is found in or takes place in the air. “Airborne” is widely preferred, both in general and in the context of epidemiology of infections.
noun A telecommunication antenna.

aerial

adjective Referring to that which is found in or takes place in the air
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With qualified and highly experienced teachers, students at The Aerial Studio feel safe and supported in their practice while exploring new talents and developing a fortified confidence in the circus arts.
uk) A GREAT idea - a TV aerial disguised as a photo frame.
If you live in a flat and share your aerial with others then you may have a communal TV system.
Smith starts her students on the low-flying, single point trapeze, in homage to the matriarch of aerial dance and inventor of this apparatus, Terry Sendgraff (see TLC, August 2005).
com has aerials that are downright exciting," said Michael Mendelsohn, Associate Producer, ABC News 20/20.
High quality aerial footage featured in popular television shows The Flash, Constantine and The Blacklist
In addition to co-managing and teaching at the studio, Gregg Curtis works as a creative director and producer with an array of performers and companies, drawing on his extensive background in acrobatics and aerials.
Our comprehensive products bring critical business information about listing, tenants, sales comparables, mapping, and aerials to commercial real estate professionals in markets of all sizes.
The 103-foot rear-mount aerials, the longest available in the Crimson Fire product suite, will be built on a Spartan Gladiator cab and chassis.
aerials champ, Cook was sidelined just weeks before the 2002 Olympic Winter Games after a bad landing that caused multiple breaks in her left foot and torn ligaments in both feet.
Crimson Fire Aerials, which is a subsidiary of Spartan Motors, Inc.
has been specializing in the development of Phased Grid Antenna's to replace traditional mobile phone aerials in order to significantly reduce the risks associated with radiation exposure for the mobile phone user.