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jet

(jet),
A region of very high blood velocity just downstream of a vessel stenosis.

jet

(jet)
A region of high blood velocity immediately downstream of a vessel stenosis.

jet

A sudden pulse or burst of gas or liquid.
jetted, adjective
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and her colleagues used NASA's recently launched Swift satellite, which is exquisitely sensitive to energetic X rays, to examine jets emanating from two quasars more than 10 billion light-years from Earth.
New digital flight controls and displays make it apparent that this jet is not like the "muscle car" they flew previously.
The MTA, the Mayor's office and the Jets stacked the deck in favor of the Jets at the expense of all New York taxpayers, subway riders and commuters," said Randy Mastro, MSG's attorney and partner at Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, LLP.
The market for light jets could become quite large.
These combined issues make corporate jets a particularly sensible investment, according to officials at Embraer (Empresa Brasileira de Aeronautica S.
It's less than the 45 acres offered under the city's plan, but would guarantee the space without any competition from jets.
Denise Abreu, director of civil aviation authority ANAC, said signs indicated there had been a mid-air collision with a smaller jet, which landed safely.
Before the decision, Cablevision made an attempt to stop the Jets with a letter to the MTA requesting the Jets bid be thrown out on the grounds that its latest revision would require rezoning.
This way, boom--you get on, you're off," he says, noting the trip took two hours by private jet and the scenery seemed to change at once from snowy peaks to the turquoise waters of the Sea of Cortez.
Although more of the airport's flights were propeller-driven private craft in the past, it was used as an Air National Guard base with military jets and large cargo turbo-props like the C-130 Hercules until 1989, said Airport Manager Selena Birk.
Backed by six of the city's most influential developers, the Jets upped the ante at deadline day this week, offering the MTA nearly $1 billion for the rights to build a stadium on the city's far West Side.