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airhead

[′er‚hed]
(ordnance)
A designated geographical area in an area of operations used as a base of supply and evacuation by air.

airhead

i. A designated location in an area of operations used as a base for supply and evacuation by air.
ii. A designated area in a hostile or threatened territory that is normally seized in the assault phase of airborne operations. It permits continuous air landing of troops and materiel and provides the maneuver space necessary for projected operations.
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Peaches Geldof has always struck me as a bit of an airhead.
Much as we'd like to hope they'd come up with a plastic bag which ties at the neck, we fear the show which makes a virtue out of being an airhead will come back after this two-part grand finale.
It comes as no surprise to me that, in a country where airhead liberals have more than their fair say, convicts are better treated than the sick.
The stream of vehicles on the roundabout cleared and I started to ease forward, expecting Mr Airhead to pull out.
HERBIE AND FRIENDS CRUISE ACROSS AMERICA," presented by Airhead Parts, runs May 13 through June 12 with stops throughout the country where Herbie fans and VW enthusiasts can take part in a traveling Classic Car Show.
Clearly, back in the day, caps were doffed from a better class of airhead.
However, after accidentally discovering the Big Brother airhead has her own range of perfume, I feel I must ask the following question.
I was hoping for someone to wine and dine me like in Pretty Woman,'' says this airhead.
If only there were more like him, and fewer airhead B-listers who think they're entitled to public adulation and loadsamoney.
Singer and all-American eye candy Simpson, meanwhile, proves her airhead performance in Dukes Of Hazzard wasn't a fluke.
But I'm not an airhead and this is a magnificent period of my life with the man I love.
It puts airhead Paris Hilton's self-promoting trip to Rwanda next month in sharp perspective.