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heavy

1. having a relatively high density
2. (of soil) having a high clay content; cloggy
3. (of an industry) engaged in the large-scale complex manufacture of capital goods or extraction of raw materials
4. cloudy or overcast, esp threatening rain
5. (of an element or compound) being or containing an isotope with greater atomic weight than that of the naturally occurring element
6. Horse racing (of the going on a racecourse) soft and muddy
7. 
a. a villainous role
b. an actor who plays such a part
8. Scot strong bitter beer

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In R/T (radio telephony) terminology, it means large aircraft in the heavy wake turbulence category (e.g., “Air-India 123 heavy”). The suffix indicates that the aircraft is a large transport, alerting controllers and following aircraft to the possibility of wake turbulence.
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Entry for adults is PS13 all in, which includes the heaviest fish.
The second heaviest baby to be born at the Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust since 2010 weighed in at 12lb while the third weighed 11lb 13 oz.
It was a different story for anglers on the pier in the Wednesday sweepstake, John Moyle winning with a whiting of 1lb 8oz and also taking the heaviest bag of eight for 6lb 13oz.
The former England international's catch included the heaviest fish of the match, and equal heaviest of the season, at 6lb 12oz.
Ring master Len Mitchell and his daughter, Rachel, will be ringing the Tenor bell, the heaviest of the set, together.
But over the past 40 years, alcohol consumption in Scotland has doubled, putting us among the heaviest drinking countries in the world.
The world's heaviest man, Joe Brower Minnoch of Seattle, tipped the scales at 100st before his death in 1983.
Uranium, with atomic number 92, is the heaviest naturally occurring element.
But the Eskimo Sea Lion, the kayak with the widest bottom, and the heaviest coat of tape, won the race.
In the October options series, the 65 strike is the site of heaviest open interest, with about 12,000 out-of-the-money calls lying in wait.
Gavin Lockey won Amble's match with a bag of five for 19lb 8oz from Boulmer, Andrew Taylor taking the heaviest at 7lb 11.
First prize is PS1,000 for the heaviest single fish and there are other cash prizes and an excellent supporting prize table.