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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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The flyaway systems are in stock and pre-tested for maximum reliability.
A leave-in conditioner would be good for this and also a serum to finish your styled hair to smooth down those flyaway.
Drew said Flyaway promised to repair his car in an authorised Audi dealer.
Lady Flyaway, who won opens over distances between 515 and 850 metres, reached a host of big-race finals including the Brighton Belle, TV Trophy, Peterborough Marathon, St Leger, Hunt Cup, Silver Collar and Regency.
Aboard the Red Crescent's helicopters are Blue Sky Network's D2000 flyaway kits, a rugged and portable solution that will provide the Red Crescent Authority with continuous satellite communications and offer unparalleled safety features.
LAWA operates FlyAway bus routes to LAX from Union Station in downtown L.
Irvine Station is the fourth site in the FlyAway network, the other locations being: Van Nuys, Westwood and Union Station, which handled over 1.
In addition, the D model has two flyaway stowage bays: the CPG crew station and the pilot crew station.
Moderate away, he managed to turn in a handy enough position in the early stages behind Tyone Bridge and Lady Flyaway.
Andrew Corporation and GigaSat Limited have expanded their recently signed agreement to include five Asian nations in which Andrew will be the exclusive OEM provider of GigaSat's flyaway antenna family.
ATCi's FlyAway System includes: Antenna, Amplifier, Encoder, Modulator as well as an ATCi Spectrum Analyzer, design, integration and implementation.
The Westwood FlyAway between Los Angeles International Airport and UCLA will continue for another year, despite the bus service's low ridership, the Board of Airport Commissioners decided Monday.