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airstream

[′er‚strēm]
(fluid mechanics)

airstream

A moving air mass.
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Airstream builds 50 travel-trailers every week at the plant in Jackson Center, all gleaming and aerodynamic and riveted by hand.
These types of do-it-yourself experiences like an Airstream road trip may, in fact, represent the ultimate luxury," says Cathy Ross, COO of Exclusive Resorts.
In the heart of town, where reasonably priced rooms are rare, these five mod renovated trailers are enough to make an Airstream convert out of anyone.
Well, we weren't so much traversing the great US outdoors for our weekend stay in an Airstream, but the great outdoors of North Wales.
Airstreams are a regular sight on American highways, but not so common in Britain because many models - including brand-new ones - are too wide to be to be legally towed on our roads.
Which was exactly what the original designers of the Airstream had in mind.
Knowing what is in the airstream could determine what catalyst technology is chosen or whether a catalyst technology will need periodic cleaning or will be potentially damaged by the contents of the airstream.
As the airstreams rise, they cool, causing water vapor to condense and form clouds that spread out downwind.
I am proud of NDA's unique culture that has spawned many vehicles with creative and distinctive design over the years, and am encouraged by the non-automotive projects such as Airstream that continue to flex our creative and design imaginations.
Initiative Channels Creed of Airstream Founder Wally Byam and Salutes Those Who "Live Riveted"
com) deliver, set up, and pick up Airstreams at campgrounds in Washington and parts of California, respectively.
A selection of classic and new Airstreams will also be on display.