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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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A: Our internal mission as an employer is to deliver the Little Red Rule, which is the promise that we will make our Flyers (employees) feel great every time Radio Flyer touches their lives.
At the police station, detectives showed the victim the flyer again (she identified two of the men) and their respective photos from the Motor Vehicle Administration, the opinion states.
Foreign competition and the rise of plastics spelled the end for the company, and the Flexible Flyer name passed through a series of owners in the 1970s and 1990s.
So, I paired the Flyer with my Fitbit Ionic Adidas Edition smartwatch and my smartphone.
Andrew Robinson, director at Mr Flyer said: "Partnering with one of the UK's largest print suppliers has opened up so many opportunities for Mr Flyer.
If you travel a lot personally, or your business reimburses you for travel expenses, a frequent flyer card can still make a lot of sense.
Some flyers were signed by a group called Kaagapay ng Maralitang Ifugao and list Ifugao women's groups and farmer's associations as 'organized by the terrorist New People's Army.'
Distributed to more than 1.6m households weekly, The Flyer is delivered via direct mail throughout Southeast Florida and the Tampa Bay market.
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.
Paul Gregorowitsch, CEO at Oman Air, announced the launch of Junior Sindbad Flyer, saying,"At Oman Air we aim to make air travel an exciting and enjoyable experience for every customer.