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flare path

A double row of flares or white lights along the sides of a runway to provide illumination for landing at night and in poor visibility.
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As UK law does not require meters to be fitted on flare stacks, operators can use mathematical models to calculate gas flare emissions based on readings from meters on lines that contribute to or export from the flare path.
Will Patricia leave her husband and will the other couples, whose weekend has also been interrupted, meet | Daniel Fraser as Teddy Graham and Hedydd Dylan as Patricia Graham in Flare Path again?
Olivia Hallinan and Leon Ockenden star in the World World II drama Flare Path at the Belgrade, tonight and tomorrow
The drama will include an appearance by former Doctor Who Colin Baker in a play far removed from the cult television series - Terence Rattigan's World War II drama Flare Path.
Carlton Little Theatre, Grange Road West, 0151 647 6593, - to Sat 14 Nov, PS5 Flare Path Set in 1942, Flare Path paints an evocative portrait of life in wartime Britain for the RAF bomber crews, their wives and sweethearts, who were left awaiting their return.
THE SMALLEST SHOW ON EARTH October 13 - 17 High quality touring productions include this new musical comedy starring Brian Capron and Liza Goddard Flare Path November 3 - 7 A critically-acclaimed revival production of Terrence Rattigan's award-winning Second World War biopic.
FROM Wednesday, March 14, until Saturday, March 17, Penarth Operatic & Dramatic Society present Flare Path by Terence Rattigan, a romantic war-time drama.
Taking a quick break from rehearsing Terence Rattigan's World War II play Flare Path with Sienna Miller in the West End, he says: "My head's in 1942 in a hotel on the edge of a bomber airfield in Lincolnshire.
LEGALLY Blonde star Sheridan Smith is thrilled to be joining Sienna Miller in new Trevor Nunn play Flare Path from March in the West End.
There's an extract from Terence Rattigan's Flare Path and there are wartime songs for the community singing, in which the first night audience stubbornly refused to join.
Playwright Terence Rattigan was one of the lucky ones who survived, and he drew on his experiences as a tail end Charlie in Coastal Command when he penned Flare Path (named after the runway lights) in 1941.
Sienna has also rejected claims that she is dating her Flare Path co-star Joe Armstrong.