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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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Much of the prestige of charter travel lies in the popular belief that the cost to charter a jet is only manageable for the extremely well-off," the article noted, adding that while this was once true, the charter jet market is now very competitive, and that competition has led to reasonable price points for those with appropriate resources.
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Gulfstream's business jets are able to keep the pressurization of their cabins lower than that of commercial carriers and they circulate fresh air every two minutes to cut back on jet lag.
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By forming a trough in the west, the jet stream opened the way for a cold Canadian air mass to "stretch" down into the western states.
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