from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A route regularly used by airplanes; an air lane.
- n. An elevated highway.
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- n. An airplane route.
- n. An elevated road.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a designated route followed by airplanes in flying from one airport to another
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The monkeys were in some enclosure called the skyway or gymnasium or another similar stupidity.
Few structures have that designation, according to Caltrans' Douglas Coe, resident engineer for the "skyway" portion of the project.
However, under pressure from economic development officials, Cummings modified his request for the state to fund a "skyway" walkway that would carry pedestrians over the new Cold Storage facility, a notion which Suarez questions the practicality -- much less the multi-million dollar cost.
During a recent work trip to Minneapolis, Mr. Ribeiro dined at a famous restaurant and toured the city's skyway system of interconnected pedestrian footbridges.
Both my apartment and workplace had direct skyway access.
The airline staff hustled him down the skyway and into first class before hoi polloi could get on board.
If, you know, you think that Mr. Emanuel will continue in his policy of selling off the city assets like the Taste or the skyway or the parking meters, and I just want to hear Mr. Page's comment about that.
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Skyway has been in business since 1952 when the large family-founded the first skyway drive-in on route 18, Market Street, in Fairlawn.
But not to most people, it seems, including Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D-N. H.), who called the bag fee "skyway robbery."