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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of air.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. abounding in fresh air.
- adj. made public by radio or television.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. open to or abounding in fresh air
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The Kimse Yok Mu association, founded after a TV show with the same title aired on Samanyolu TV, has served as a bridge to take the donations to the poor and the needy since
If FOX had aired from the Bush White House and refused to air an opposite view point, what do you think the charges against FOX would be? duh.
The great thing about watching TV shows well after they've aired is you don't have to wait months to see the resolution of season ending cliffhangers (that that LOST!).
Coming to the defense of her preferred Senatorial candidate, Joe Miller, Palin aired some explosive accusations aimed at the fourth estate.
Portman's team took to his Twitter account to comment on the debate, which aired from a Toledo area high school.
As the Chicago Daily Observer wonders: One question that Obama definitely does not want to be aired is whether or not he supports slave reparations payments to the same degree as does his friend Dorothy Tillman?
The audacity many democrats have in believing that somehow ALL of Obama's dirty laundry (and despite what many pundits say about Clinton, she's really barely scratched the surface) won't be aired is inane.
Even though every TV programme aired is freely downloadable from the Internet, sales of classic programmes on DVD are strong and growing year on year.
: 53 AM phone call aired by C-SPAN (aka Cable Satellite Public Affairs Network) on the Washington Journal broadcast hosted by Robb Harleston.
CrazyTrain aired it a while back, I thought it was interesting, and I figured that if I brought it up here, some helpful commenter would show why it doesn’t work.