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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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Recent studies had hinted that jets might be primarily electrons and protons, but astronomers lacked solid evidence.
David Reade remarked, "Some of the things this jet can do with the flight controls are amazing
In it's only comment, the Jets said, "In just six months, Cablevision and Gibson Dunn have sued to stop the Olympics, the expansion of the Javits Center, the extension of the number 7 line, the rezoning of Manhattan's far West Side, the creation of the New York Sports and Convention Center, and hundreds of thousands of new jobs.
Sentient CEO Steven Hankin agrees: "I think very light jets will be enormously popular, but I don't know if air taxi service will take off.
Boeing Business Jets, which is a joint venture of the Boeing Company and the General Electric Company, offers the BBJ and the BBJ 2 business jets--both of which are designed for longer-range flights of around 5,000 to 6,000 nautical miles.
The crash appeared to have been caused by a collision between the Boeing and a small executive jet, the aviation authority ANAC said in a statement.
I think it's a terrific victory for the city of New York," said Steve Spinola, president of the Real Estate Board of New York, who was instrumental in helping the Jets receive the backing of the six developers who will provide $440 million for the project's residential component.
CEOs and corporate flight departments shopping for short-range aircraft will have a new set of options in the next couple of years when manufacturers roll out what they're calling very light jets.
The Jets teamed up with six of the city's biggest developers to offer $720 million for the rights to build the New York Sports and Convention Center and develop the rest of the blighted west side neighborhood into "a vibrant commercial and residential district.