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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of chopper.

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Examples

  • I choppered out over Manila Bay to the USS Midway, one of the carriers that carried out the refugee rescue, to greet the sailors and get a briefing from the commander.

    The Good Fight

  • I choppered out over Manila Bay to the USS Midway, one of the carriers that carried out the refugee rescue, to greet the sailors and get a briefing from the commander.

    The Good Fight

  • I choppered out over Manila Bay to the USS Midway, one of the carriers that carried out the refugee rescue, to greet the sailors and get a briefing from the commander.

    The Good Fight

  • It was this season's players being choppered into Nicaragua.

    Tallulah Morehead: Survivor 21: Rerun Island:

  • Claims he refused to be choppered out until all other personnel had been evacuated.

    Heroes or Villains?

  • It was this season's players being choppered into Nicaragua.

    Tallulah Morehead: Survivor 21: Rerun Island:

  • I'm man enough to admit that if you choppered in and own a beachfront estate, or know somebody who does, it feels good to be alive.

    Far From the Hamptons

  • It's a pain, but I've been on docks where Japanese buyers were choppered in to take core samples of a fish.

    Would You Turn Commercial For The Right Price?

  • It's a pain, but I've been on docks where Japanese buyers were choppered in to take core samples of a fish.

    Would You Turn Commercial For The Right Price?

  • Because of the tight time schedule the president would be choppered from MacDill to Lopez Stadium, so Kinney and Rybka needed to drive the cars to Lopez, where the motorcade would start.

    The Kennedy Detail

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