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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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Donations may be made to the "Education Fund of Aeriel LaFayette," c/o Leominster Credit Union, 715 Main St.
INJURY hit Bablake schoolboy Maniel Bains returned to action after more than 18 months off court with a superb performance in the Aeriel British Junior Lawn Tennis Championships in Bournemouth.
The caption accompanying last Saturday's aeriel photograph of Yr Eifl near Trefor, on the north coast of the Lloen peninsula, and the disused granite quarry on its slopes is a case in point.
But a good few of them will be for aeriel clashes and it must be remembered that Beckham is not one for dribbling.
Francis 17, Glendale 4: Aeriel Bellofiore took the pitching win and Jim Hemming had four hits for the Golden Knights, who scored five runs in both the second and third innings.
Now contractors have moved in to make their aeriel homes inaccessible.
BRADLEYBOY IT makes perfect sense - Bent's ground threat, Carroll's aeriel threat.
He is small in stature but never loses an aeriel battle.
Alex his signed the two centre backs, Sotiros Kyrgiakos and Marvin Andrews - although he did not play against us on Sunday - and both have added to the aeriel threat.
They do miss Hyypia's aeriel ability and leadership; without him the defence has looked a little vulnerable.
Elder brother Jostein spent three successful seasons deploying his strength and aeriel power as Sheffield United's centre-forward.