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  • proper n. A language of Pakistan.

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Examples

  • Ryanair today retains a 30 percent stake in Aer Lingus, while the government holds 25 percent.

    Ryanair Profits Jump As Fares Rise 12%

  • Ryanair — which has made two unsuccessful bids for Aer Lingus — is the largest shareholder in Aer Lingus with a 29.8% stake.

    Ryanair Lifts Full-Year Forecast

  • Ryanair, Europe's largest budget carrier, first took a stake in Aer Lingus in 2006 and subsequently tried to acquire the airline.

    Business Watch

  • The actual airlift component will be facilitated through the establishment of a new semi-state company to be called Aer

    Independent.ie - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • You may recall Aer Lingus management said at the time of the airline's listing last month it planned to raise ticket prices rather than cut jobs - fat chance of raising fares with Ryanair as a competitor.

    IAGblog

  • My favorite part of the desigs was the hair, namely Aer and Mamiina's hair (funny since my brother hated all the hair).

    Anime Nano!

  • Don't know if I can handle seeing "Aer" and "Roatreamon" without getting frustrated though.

    Hop Step Jump!

  • Romek Delimata Dubliner Romek Delimata, a movie-set designer, has spent more than 15 years and $75,000 transforming this disused 747 training unit he bought from Irish national carrier Aer Lingus.

    Fly With Me

  • Simulator cockpit "Most of my friends think it's pretty pathetic," says Dubliner Romek Delimata, a movie-set designer who has spent more than 15 years and $75,000 transforming a disused 747 training unit he bought from Irish national carrier Aer Lingus.

    Armchair Pilots: These Guys Pursue Uplifting Experiences in Their Homes

  • By pioneering this prototype for a virtual airline, the United-Aer Lingus joint venture threatens to pave the way for out sourcing our jobs on an unprecedented scale.

    Think Progress » Corporate Front Group Funded By Coal Industry Scorns Widow Of Mine Disaster: ‘Everyone Wants Free Money’ (Updated)

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