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  • n. Plural form of Boeing.

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Examples

  • One of the Boeings was the same plane which flew over the 1995

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Therefore, it's pretty much up to manufacturing to balance our trade, which gives us two choices: either export more Boeings and Caterpillars in return for all those Hyundais and BMWs, or produce more Fords and Chryslers here so we don't need to import so many Hyundais and BMWs.

    Ian Fletcher: U.S. Manufacturing 'Red Hot'? Dream On

  • Boeings of Health Care LAURA LANDRO: In your book you describe how hard it is to bring innovation and change to hospitals.

    The Secret to Fighting Infections

  • Okeefe further directed the majority of NASA's money to the big contractors, forcing the civil servants to become subcontractors to the Boeings, LMA's, etc.

    Sean O'Keefe Responds to Jay Barbree - NASA Watch

  • Boeings president and CEO Jim Albaugh said his company is positioned for future growth as it nears delivery of the 787 Dreamliner and 747-8.

    Weekly Market Wrap: 6/24/2011

  • Many of the planes still in operation, especially the Boeings, were purchased before the 1979 Islamic Revolution.

    Charlotte Safavi: IranAir Crash

  • Whenever there's an eruption, the airline scrambles off-duty pilots in empty airplanes some in Alaska Airlines's Boeings and others in smaller private planes to take temperature and wind measurements at various altitudes.

    How One Airline Skirts the Ash Clouds

  • The Boeings, the Deeres, the Caterpillars, Ford all benefit immensely from a weak dollar.

    Transcript: Louis Navellier

  • MIT administrators realized they "weren't really serving the Boeings and Ciscos and Intels and Boston Scientifics," says

    'Executive M.B.A.' Help Slips

  • We are driven to play even if we can't articulate why we flirt with our favorite waitress or why images of South African airline kulula's "Flying 101" Boeings (see images included) circled the web more times than the plane itself may ever circle the earth.

    Dylan Kendall: Retreating Back to Our Inner Child

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