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jumbo

[′jəm·bō]
(mechanical engineering)

jumbo

A traveling support for concrete forms.
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Seattle/Paris -- The jumbo jet, for many years the workhorse of modern air travel, could be close to running out of runway.
One Boeing 747 jumbo jet got to Iran before Commerce intervened and stopped the other pair of jumbo jets from going to
said Friday it will hold a special tour to bid farewell to the last jumbo jet of Japan Airlines Corp.
TOKYO - Japan Airlines unveiled two jumbo jets Wednesday emblazoned with characters from ''the King of Beetle Mushiking,'' a game popular among small Japanese children and students.
Director Steve Boardman said:nbsp; 'As a Welsh-based company we are bringing a new jumbo jet service to Cardiff International to provide a time and cost-saving alternative for Welsh travellers.
Mr Cronin said: "Based on our experience of previous orders, we estimate that up to 10 jumbo jets will be needed to transport the papers to Africa.
United's pilots were the highest paid in the industry, but they flew jumbo jets.
Philippines fire and police officials who investigated found Ramzi Yousef's laptop computer with the Bojinka plan and other terror plots, including plans to use jumbo jets as missiles to attack the World Trade Center and other U.
AS Boeing 767s can carry hundreds of passengers, so they may be described as jumbo jets (Page 14, December 10).
While the view of the bay delivers a look at a host of man-made behemoths - battleships, cruisers and jumbo jets landing at the nearby international airport - the view of the ocean offers a chance to see natural wonders just as impressive.
It was supposed to be the climax of a mini-air show yesterday after President Thabo Mbeki took the oath of office: a low pass by three South African Airways jumbo jets, to be followed by a speech from the new President.
TWO British Airways jumbo jets flew into Jakarta from London yesterday to airlift people fleeing the growing violence.