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light falling through the breeze entering the tunnel of darkness with a mellow orange light at the end shining. Floats and gets pricked by a sharp stone. Falls flat on top of a fire illuminating the dark tunnel at the end.
» Posted By Nitish On 06.29.2013 @ 8:47 am
Paper clips nothing. Clips clips paper together and makes sure they don’t fly around wreaking havoc to some of your important work.
If Paper could clip, stationery shops wouldn’t do as much business and an entire industry of clips would suffer.
I’m glad I don’t have a lisp.
» Posted By Nitish On 12.23.2010 @ 8:04 am
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“RWY” and “Landing strip” redirect here. For the phono connectors, see RCA connector. For the hairstyle, see Landing strip (hair).
For other uses, see Runway (disambiguation).
Runway at Gibraltar Airport
FAA airport diagram at O’Hare International Airport. From left to right, runways 14/32 slant down, runways 4/22 slant up, runways 9/27 and 10/28 are horizontal
Runway of Chennai International Airport, Chennai, India
Helsinki-Vantaa Airport, runway 33
A runway (RWY) is a strip of land at an airport on which aircraft can take off and land and forms part of the maneuvering area. Runways may be a man-made surface (often asphalt, concrete, or a mixture of both) or a natural surface (grass, dirt, gravel, ice, or salt).
By extension, the term has also come to mean any long, flat, straight area, such as that used in fashion shows.
Orientation and dimensions
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Runways are given a number between 01 and 36. This indicates the runway’s heading: A runway with the number 36 points to the north (360
» Posted By nitish On 03.26.2010 @ 6:24 am