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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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It was the winner's ninth all-weather success from 19 starts and he now heads to Lingfield for a race in which he was second to Godolphin's Winning Story in 2017.
Campaigners say the decision will leave the nearest all-weather boats an hour and a quarter away from some parts of Ceredigion, with the nearest support at Barmouth and Fishguard.
We'll race more, there will be more high profile races and we'll bid for the All-Weather Championships.
Alben Star, the 25-1 victor in 2014 and second 12 months ago, swamped Lancelot Du Lac for a repeat Unibet All-Weather Sprint triumph.
The KOAR beBox All-Weather Portable Precision Audio Speaker is expected to release on January 29, 2016.
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.
All races run on the all-weather surfaces at Lingfield Park, Southwell, Wolverhampton, Kempton Park and, from February 22, 2007, Great Leighs, will be included in 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.
Flying the F/A-18A/C Hornet, intercepts and destroys enemy aircraft under all-weather conditions, and attacks and destroys surface targets.
An All-weather Jumps Advisory Group, set up by the Jockey Club, concluded that it should be brought to an end with immediate effect.

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