- heli- + pad (Wiktionary)
“Tory MP Sir Michael Spicer, who put in £7,000 of gardening claims - including hedge cutting around his 'helipad' - and the cost of hanging a chandelier, is also on the list.”
“Implicit in the construction of such a helipad is the hope in the worst case of avoiding the sort of panicked public rooftop departure that marked the American defeat in Vietnam.”
“It looked like on the helipad, which is on that side.”
“Leading from the helipad was a yet more formal pathway.”
“acceptable", including the work he had done on his 'helipad' - which he held was not a real helipad.”
“The "Futenma Replacement Facility," as by now it was known, had grown from a modest "helipad," as it was referred to in 1996, to a removable, offshore pontoon with a runway, initially 1,500 meters but gradually stretching to”
“In December 2006, he submitted, although he claimed last night that the "helipad" was a "family joke".”
“Another was allowed to claim for a "helipad" to be maintained.”
“He brings her up to the helipad which is conveniently located right next to the Space Needle.”
“Closest crane is approximately 100 -150 feet South and East of the helipad.”
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