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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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In addition to aerial and acrobatics classes, Vinyasa Yoga and AIReal Yoga[TM] are offered at the studio.
com) A SUBTLE-LOOKING loop aerial that gets good reception.
Digital UK recommends that you wait until after switchover to see if your aerial needs replacing in order to avoid having unnecessary work carried out.
By doing this, you wipe and retune in all the channels ensuring that the signals are coming from the Mendip aerial.
PHOTO (1--2) Nikki Stone, left, is confident after her first jump of the women's freestyle aerials.
com, the world's largest online resource dedicated exclusively to stock aerial footage, has seen a soar in demand for its unique offering.
com)-- A new MTV reality show, by the name of “Beyond Dance” will be premiering soon, featuring Gregg and Carmen Curtis as the aerial experts and guest judges on the program.
We even fitted a digital amplifier as I'm in a rented flat (with its own aerial) and I can't force my landlord to put up a new aerial.
But the majority of homes will not require a new aerial according to Digital UK, the independent organisation overseeing the UK's digital TV switchover.
a nationwide provider of commercial real estate property and listings services, and Stewart Re-Source, a commercial real estate information firm with leading-edge Internet-based solutions, are working to integrate Stewart's aerial images and geographic maps with Xceligent's proprietary real estate information and listing data.
Margaret Husbands who lives on Gilbert Street, said: "These aerials are a load of rubbish.