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  • noun Plural form of boneyard.

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Examples

  • -- An airport in the Southern California desert has become one of the nation's busiest "boneyards" as airlines struggling with the slowdown in demand for air travel are forced to cut flights and find space to park their idled planes.

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  • With the economy in a tailspin, aircraft "boneyards" across the country are filling up with Boeing 747s and other jetliners no longer needed to ferry passengers.

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  • Aircraft "boneyards" nationwide like this one in Victorville are filling up with jetliners no longer needed to ferry passengers in the midst of an economic recession.

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  • With the economy in a tailspin, aircraft "boneyards" across the country are filling up with Boeing 747s and other jetliners no longer needed to ferry passengers.

    WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

  • Aircraft "boneyards" nationwide like this one in Victorville are filling up with jetliners no longer needed to ferry passengers in the midst of an economic recession.

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  • Aircraft "boneyards" nationwide like this one in Victorville are filling up with jetliners no longer needed to ferry passengers in the midst of an economic recession.

    WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

  • Aircraft "boneyards" nationwide like this one in Victorville are filling up with jetliners no longer needed to ferry passengers in the midst of an economic recession.

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  • For airplane buffs, a visit to Tucson's aviation boneyards conjures up images of the travelers who used and enjoyed the aircraft over the years.

    Abandoned Aircraft In Airplane Boneyards Captured In Global Remains (PHOTOS)

  • Old jets have long ended their days in massive "boneyards" in Arizona, California and New Mexico, where they're stripped of parts for recycling.

    Outback to Get Aircraft Graveyard

  • The photography of Troy Paiva treats us to canted visions of a crumbling, post-industrial America — decommissioned military bases, aircraft ‘boneyards’, abandoned desert towns.

    Ballardian » The Light-Painter of Mojave D: An Interview with Troy Paiva

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