- adj. alternative spelling of transatlantic.
“Apologies for not replying sooner; I was stuck in a trans-Atlantic Air Canada jet with no entertainment system ...”
“The Pentagon awarded Boeing Co. a contract worth more than $30 billion for aerial refueling tankers, closing a chapter in a tortured bidding contest, but potentially launching a fresh trans-Atlantic political controversy.”
“The decision closes a chapter in a tortured bidding competition but potentially launches a fresh trans-Atlantic political controversy.”
“You may not know it, but there are currently 27 million enslaved people worldwide - more than double the number of enslaved Africans during the trans-Atlantic slave trade.”
“Unfortunately this is not so. … there are more slaves TODAY than were seized from Africa in 4 centuries of trans-Atlantic slave trade.”
“Are we on the verge of a trans-Atlantic youth mobilization?”
“PARIS—Right after his historic, 33-hour trans-Atlantic flight from New York to Paris in 1927, Charles Lindbergh asked whether there was news of French aviator Charles Nungesser .”
“The race was triggered when New York hotelier Raymond Orteig in 1919 offered a $25,000 prize for the first nonstop trans-Atlantic flight between New York and Paris.”
“The trans-Atlantic relationship," he and seven other European leaders wrote, "must not become a casualty of the current Iraqi regime's persistent attempts to threaten world security.”
“More photos and interactive graphics The exchange groups are pitching their trans-Atlantic deal as a way to improve regulators' view into a broader range of markets.”
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