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- v. Present participle of refuel.
- n. The act of providing or taking on more fuel
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the activity of supplying or taking on fuel
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Employing the British-developed system of inflight refueling, that is, the use of trailing hoses and grapnel hooks, these tankers were designated KB-29Ms.
The shutdown for refueling, which is supposed to last about 30 days, will cost about $92 million, according to Chanel Lagarde, a spokesman for the company.
Saturday had been the deadline for ordering the fuel rods that will be used in the refueling, which is scheduled for October.
Maybe Iron Man then has a couple minutes of flight before having to call a refueling time out in the heat of battle.
Referring to the Air Self-Defense Force's mission to airlift personnel and supplies mostly for U. S.-led multinational forces between Kuwait and Iraqi cities including Baghdad, Kobayashi said, '' Japan served as a 'foot' for them, '' while calling the refueling activities in the Indian Ocean a '' sea-gas station. ''
And it's just one more example in a campaign that has called a refueling stopover in Ireland foreign diplomacy, an oil pipeline "foreign policy experience," and lied endlessly about Palin's pork barrel politics.
What he fails to point out is that it takes eight hours of "refueling" an electric vehicle for an hour of driving, regardless of the battery technology.
Develop space infrastructure compatible with the COTS-D products (using the COTS approach, or using NASA demos transferred to commercial operationalization) such as refueling, astronaut satellite servicing capabilities, reusable in-space transport systems and tugs for initial use in Earth observation satellite deployment and maintenance.
The bill provides financial incentives to improve the vehicle fleet, including support to plan and build an electric "refueling" infrastructure to meet the needs of a growing plug-in electric fleet.
Toddlers do this thing that we in the business call 'refueling'.
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