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flyaway

(flī'wā),
A term used in wildlife biology and ethology to describe the flight paths and resting sites of birds. These flyaways may be relevant in the epidemiologic study of diseases in which birds serve as vectors.
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Packaged with a camera, portable encoder and the lightweight KA-band flyaway terminal, such as the Cobham EXPLORER-3075, field users are able to encode, edit, and uplink archived or real-time video.
Irvine Station will have 500 surface parking areas, where FlyAway passengers will be able to park without charge for up to 30 days.
A leave-in conditioner would be good for this and also a serum to finish your styled hair to smooth down those flyaway.
Bosses at Flyaway Parking in Paisley paid for repairs.
We think of the SNB as a relatively inexpensive training plane, but it may surprise you to know one costs the Navy $72,886 in flyaway condition.
THE Brian Clemenson-trained Lady Flyaway, one of Hove's top stayers of the past decade, has been retired after finishing lame in a 740 metres open at Nevill Road last week.
Full cover for a flyaway weekend in Paris is pounds 22.
To get the type of dynamics needed to effect a really good flyaway at the top, you must, from your semi-tucked position, shoot your feet skyward as you pull hard and turn vigorously.
Even as Wiener deals with such things as a flyaway (portable tv transmitter), a four-wire (a telephone setup to Atlanta) and INMARSAT (a suitcase-sized satellite phone) and other things, the book has its moments.
Here's an easy and doable suggestion: A FlyAway bus from Ontario to Disneyland and back.
The agreement will allow the FlyAway bus service to operate non-stop from Irvine Station in Orange County, California, to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).