air-freighting love

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  • verb Present participle of air-freight.

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Examples

  • As with ARCs, they represent an extra cost to the publisher because books are heavy, air-freighting them is not cheap.

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  • As with ARCs, they represent an extra cost to the publisher because books are heavy, air-freighting them is not cheap.

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  • "We're air-freighting it out this evening," he said, his demeanour now serious.

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  • "We're air-freighting it out this evening," he said, his demeanour now serious.

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  • He then tried an even more indirect approach: crating up the hounds and air-freighting them to Korea in the hope they would find themselves in an entrée, only to find that they actually made it back to the shop before he had time to sweep the dog hair out of his apartment.

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  • It boomed in the 1970s, when air-freighting fish to Japan become economically feasible.

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  • It boomed in the 1970s, when air-freighting fish to Japan become economically feasible.

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  • It boomed in the 1970s, when air-freighting fish to Japan become economically feasible.

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  • The capsule will be retrieved by helicopter, for air-freighting by jet to ground control at

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  • The cooperative's production of lamb for air-freighting will not start again until next week at the earliest.

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