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flown

relating to coloured (usually blue) decoration on porcelain that, during firing, has melted into the surrounding glaze giving a halo-like effect

flown

Said of scenery that is suspended from the gridiron of a theater, in contrast to scenery that stands on the stage.
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Who would have thought before Operation Enduring Freedom we would have flown the longest bomber mission in the history of combat aviation, 42-plus hours from Whiteman (AFB), Mo.
He has flown family and friends in his single-engine Cessna and his company's Citation jet to Mexico, British Columbia and Southern California, and also as far east as Orlando, Fla.
That means it can be flown only with a computer system continually correcting its course and attitude.
Schneider has logged more than 7,800 hours of flying and has flown 87 different types of aircraft.