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- n. traffic created by the movement of aircraft
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Telzey twisted her mouth doubtfully, staring at the thin, smoky lines of air traffic converging far ahead on Orado City.
Check non-commercial air traffic out of Luton, check any North Sea islands for hire.
It ignores critical strands in the historical narrative-how the decline of manufacturing and Reagan’s firing of the air traffic controllers critically wounded America’s labor movement; the way that the creation of majority-minority congressional districts in the South simultaneously ensured more black representatives and reduced Democratic seats in that region; the lack of cooperation that Clinton received from congressional Democrats, who had grown fat and complacent and didn’t realize the fight they were in.
On the Day in Question 'Maxie's term, we are learning, for the day on which the coup will be launched'a Swiss manufacturing company special ising in air traffic control systems will be conducting an on-site survey of the airport's facilities as a prelude to making an unsolicited bid. "
This feeder airline monopolized all air traffic in and out of Shanghai from Hong Kong, Singapore, Taipei, Tokyo and Bangkok, and if merged with Air Struan, their fledgling airline, Struan's would have virtual feeder monopoly in the Far East based out of Hong Kong.
"Evening, Niner Charlie Juliet," said yet another placid air traffic controller.
To retired FBI agent Charles Lewis for insights and answered questions, and to air traffic controller Duff Ortman for his information and stories.