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  • It can hold up to one narrow body and one wide body jet.
  • Gas jets were commonly used for light before the development of electric light.
  • This airport has a jet service section, as part of the nearby industrial park.
  • The name of his jet-black horse has varied through the years.
  • He remained with the Jets one more year as general manager.
  • Jet aircraft use these types of engines for long-distance travel.
  • As jets became larger, more powerful and faster they required more space to take off and land.
  • This was the first time that the two jets had taken part in such an exercise.
  • The airport has no control tower but is able to accommodate regional jet aircraft.
  • These fronts usually move from west to east as they track along the jet stream.
  • A planned retirement and addition of approximately eight jets per year was followed throughout the 1970s.
  • However, he remained highly critical of some features, notably the use of jet thrust.
  • Low-level jets also are typical of various regions such as the central United States.
  • This later worsened when new wide-body jets became common at the airport.
  • This later worsened when new wide-body jets became common at the airport.
  • There are two major scientific articles about jet stream power.
  • It had a design speed of and remained the only successful jet-boat in the world until the late 1960s.
  • He was the only player on the list to have spent a majority of his career with the Jets.
  • Because the runway is too short to take modern passenger jet aircraft, its operations are limited.
  • Smith Field, located east of town, serves small business jets as well as double- and single-engine aircraft.
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Meaning of jet

  • noun An airplane powered by one or more jet engines
  • noun The occurrence of a sudden discharge (as of liquid)
  • noun A hard black form of lignite that takes a brilliant polish and is used in jewelry or ornamentation
  • noun Atmospheric discharges (lasting 10 msec) bursting from the tops of giant storm clouds in blue cones that widen as they flash upward
  • verb Issue in a jet; come out in a jet; stream or spring forth
    Water jetted forth, flames were jetting out of the building
  • verb Fly a jet plane