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all-weather

A term formerly used by military aviation to indicate interceptor aircraft that could operate at night and in clouds but not necessarily in all-weather conditions.
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According to the dealership, it is a common misconception that all-weather and winter tires perform the same way.
Catterick is a horrible turf course and is the ideal situation for an all-weather track.
It's a great privilege to be crowned champion on the All-Weather, and it has been big team effort from everyone concerned," said Appleby.
Tryster's trainer Charlie Appleby and Dubai World Cup winner William Buick should also be on the mark with the upwardly mobile PRETEND in the All-Weather Sprint (2.
com as new sponsors to the All-Weather Championships.
Loutit says the idea of building an all-weather road has been long on the communities' agenda.
These four all-weather fields are used by the district during school hours, and in the fall on Thursday and Friday nights.
Francis - which went to an all-weather field in 2001 - said the switch has been positive in terms of playability, maintenance, reduced injury and even the occasional crowded schedule.
MARINE ALL-WEATHER FIGHTER ATTACK SQUADRON (VMFA(AW))
An All-weather Jumps Advisory Group, set up by the Jockey Club, concluded that it should be brought to an end with immediate effect.
In other words, the all-weather chassis dyno is the egg, and the hoped-for work is the chicken.

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