- n. Plural form of runway.
“Landing at emergency runways is a complicated process, technically is very doable, logistically its a nightmare.”
“The runways are the primary place that designers reach store buyers and magazine editors.”
“Particularly at Chicago, which has a lot of crossing runway issues, when you start to straighten out the airports and add parallel runways, that is a significant safety and capacity improvement that we're looking forward to.”
“The runways are their war zones where they study the styles and talk endlessly about clothes, color and style.”
“One place he could have met is right on the airport there, right to the east of the runways is the presidential palace that's being used by joint task force.”
“Perhaps because of the high water table in swamps, star-nosed moles are often found foraging aboveground, in the water, or in shallow ruts called runways.”
“While rejiggering the runways is a very extreme event, the fields are constantly in flux and constantly being remapped, explained Lorne McKee, a scientist with the geomagnetism division of Natural”
“Woodson Terrace, the small municipality located immediately south of Lambert Field - seriously: the runways are a brisk walk to the north - is ...”
“I believe the renovation of the runways is a very significant step and one that could not be delayed any further," said BA CEO Jost Lammers.”
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