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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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* Taxpayers that aerially apply fertilizers and pesticides, such as farmers and ranchers or those engaged to aerially apply the chemicals to commercially raised livestock or commercially grown crops.
''Search and rescue missions are ongoing, both aerially and on foot, but the situation has been made difficult due to continuing rain and poor visibility,'' WWF Nepal said in a statement.
You can compare him to an old style centre-forward with balls into the box and aerially he is excellent, he's strong and he's quick.'
The authors failed to mention the actual quantity of endosulfan aerially applied in the cashew plantation block closest to Vaninagar school (exposed group), which was 105 g active ingredient (ai)/acre/year.
If you're not reasonably careful, it's possible that a solution could aerially give you the wrong answer because it contains one or more fatal flaws.
Wuesthoff said KC-767s have greater range, carry a larger payload and more passengers, can be aerially refueled and can refuel any type of receiver aircraft with either boom or drogue.
They travel around by car, train, plane, and boat, recording their movements with a Global Positioning System device, and their itineraries--when viewed aerially on the map--create line drawings.
Australia's national science agency, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), and Powercor Australia have developed a method for power companies to aerially measure the distance of tree branches from power lines.
The stated goal of Plan Colombia is to help the Colombian police aerially fumigate the country's thousands of acres of coca and poppy farms.
Stunning shots of a massive Independence Day celebration in Mexico City and aerially viewed mountainscapes give way to a brief historical overview, from Indian civilizations through 300-year Spanish rule, then the 1810 and 1910 sovereignty struggles.
In between, Iain Sutcliffe and Ben Smith both departed early, with the former trapped lbw by Dean and the latter cutting aerially to Slater off DeFreitas.
Later logging progressed to the "high-lead" stage, which required hanging block and tackle from a tall, delimbed "spar" tree so that logs could be yarded in aerially without hanging up on stumps and underbrush.