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flyer

, flier
1. an aviator or pilot
2. a fast-moving machine part, esp one having periodic motion

flier, flyer

1. Any of the steps in a straight flight of stairs, each tread of which is of uniform width (as distinguished from the treads in a winding stair).
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Customers who have registered as nervous flyers will also be sent an encouraging, positive text on the day they travel.
Following the championships, Flyers club member Caitlyn Ross gave a presentation to area trainee police officers in order to raise awareness about the Special Olympics.
Amy Bastuga, Chief People Officer for Radio Flyer in Chicago, talks about the company's success.
A tap in from Birch from a Stevenson rebound got things started, before Stevenson then produced a stunning scoring display by netting 16 points in the quarter as the Flyers finally realised what they were up against.
In 2015, Lee was among the Ifugao activists who received flyers bearing a photograph of the 'gamong,' the Ifugao fabric used for the dead, with the words 'Gray-May, June-Gloom, No Sky-July.'
'I was parking my vehicle when a bullet fired by kite flyers hit and damaged the sunroof of my car.
Flyers pressed hard and pulled their goaltender Andy Iles for an extra skater, but were left down and out when Crowder scored his second goal of the match.
Just like the adult version of the Sindbad Flyer program, the Junior Sindbad Flyer program enables younger passengers to enjoy some of the privileges offered to Oman Air's customers.
Key benefits of this acquisition for Flyers ASAP customers include local delivery, improved large format printing prices and faster same day printing turnaround time.
By the third, Simmonds had already helped stake the Flyers to a 4-0 lead, and the outcome was a mere formality.
This nationwide company places door hangers, flyers, postcards and other print advertisements or marketing materials to residential and business locations within a one to three mile radius of a business for pennies per home or business.
"Flyers" (also spelled "fliers" (1)), "cleansed charge sheets," and "flimsies" (2) are terms military law practitioners use to describe the plain sheet of paper that trial counsel give to the court members listing the final form of the charges and specifications upon which the members will determine the guilt or innocence, and/or the sentence, of the accused.