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airwave

[′er‚wāv]
(electronics)
A radio wave used in radio and television broadcasting.
(meteorology)
A wavelike oscillation in the pattern of wind flow aloft, usually with reference to the stronger portion of the westerly current.
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By Candy's own admission, Airwave had been an exceptionally mature filly for a two-year-old and the fact that she had not grown from two to three had been a cause of concern for some.
With Airwave, alpine sports enthusiasts can access a full range of information transmitted directly to the eye.
PROBLEMS: Police officers say they have had difficulty contacting colleagues with their Airwaves system PICTURE: David Hurst Y
Airwave ran her last race for Candy when finishing second in the Diadem Stakes at Ascot in September, when she was beaten three lengths by Pivotal Point.
After several frustrating results, Candy decided that O'Neill and Airwave were not hitting it off and the filly defeated Forever Phoenix at Ayr under a more positive ride from Holland.
Airwave said it needed to extend the deadline as talks to build a mast on another site had hit problems.
Airwave had been exceptionally mature for a two-year-old and the fact that she had not grown from two to three had been a cause of concern.
LONDON -- Frontier Silicon, the leading supplier of digital radio and network audio technology, and GEAR4, an iPod[R] and iPhone audio brand with an emphasis on innovative design, have partnered to develop an Apple App to enable the remote control of the wide range of the features contained in the HouseParty Airwave.
15 million calls made on the Airwave Network in London.
Airwave battery-free controls use solar power and kinetic energy to wirelessly communicate with light fixtures.
He has landed the plum ride on crack sprinter Airwave at Ayr on Monday and also learned that his King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Diamond Stakes mount Warrsan worked well today.
DARRYLL HOLLAND will replace Dane O'Neill on Airwave at Ayr on Monday when the Henry Candy-trained filly bids to book her place in next month's Nunthorpe Stakes at York, writes Andrew Scutts.