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  • n. Alternative spelling of air force.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. the airborne branch of a country's armed forces

Etymologies

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Examples

  • He seems absolutely obsessed with flying in airforce one.

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  • And now the pride of the American airforce is British built.

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  • May 1st, 2006 at 5: 07 pm wisedup says: well should I help thoes people or fly around in airforce 1 to republican fund raisers?

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  • We pay far to much to all our representatives and the cost to bus bushes bloated butt all over world in airforce 1 is in excess of $6,500 per hour … And I agree with Jay, bush should have to pay for his fare but more than that he should have to do some jail time for all his dreadful war crimes and crimes against the American public.

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  • I believe the airforce is more on top of that these days. (sorry to those it irritates, perhaps don’t read; I know I’m butting in, striking where the conversation is relevant, and it sounds like you’ve got numbers sorted anyway).

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  • Surely joing the airforce is the dream of every sane infantryman.

    Military humour

  • Among recent preparations by the airforce was the Israeli attack of a weapons convoy in Sudan bound for militants in the Gaza Strip.

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  • "When the floods occurred, and there was a scramble to help these people, the airforce were the first off the mark, the army tried to get involved, and the medical services jumped into the helicopters with their medical bags.

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  • First fielded as a premium-price wellness drink for frequent flyers, nutrient-enhanced Nutrisoda, which was then named "airforce" Nutrisoda - a reference to the jet-set target demographic - was introduced in 8. 4-ounce cans that sold for $2 near airport gates.

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  • Today in early in the morning I started to see the first use of the airforce in Baba Amr.

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