from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Plural of sky.
- v. Third person singular present tense of sky.
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- n. Plural form of sky.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of sky.
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So, no reading books, no knitting, no internet, no phones, no TV ... obviously the TSA's grand plan for preventing terrorist attacks in the skies is to BORE the terrorists to death.
Whatever the ultimate reason for the Dymaxion's fall from grace, Fuller's magnificently optimistic fusion of architecture and invention never did fly? either from showrooms or in skies above America.
Whether rivals believe the numbers or not, the newest of six airlines in the Indian skies is showing signs of breaking away from the pack.
The relationship therefore goes south when the project to watch the skies is closed down and Alice has a chance to be "normal" again.
The long-delayed lunar explorer separated from the rocket in skies near Chile about 45 minutes after lift off.
WorldNetDaily: Air Force colonel reports lights 'not of this world': In the wake of reports of unidentified objects flying over Chicago's O'Hare Airport, a retired Air Force pilot has his own mystery with a rash of bright, colorful lights he photographed hovering in skies over western Arkansas last week.
Weather: A cycle of short snows and shredded blue skies is rolling over us.
He would take to the skies from a small airfield in Montgomery County, honing his skills and entertaining his friends.
Orlando's Edilma Weissmueller accepts that her fighter-pilot husband, Lt.Col. Courtney E. Weissmueller, most likely died when his F-100 was shot down in skies over Laos during the Vietnam War.
It is just what I proposed to her to do -- to have crossed the Alps with me, to sail on sunny seas, to bask in Italian skies, to have visited