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Authorities flew him to an airstrip near his monastery in Mandalay.
The article came out as Hilde was trying to get approval from Ada County to use a ridge north of the Table Rock area as a primitive airstrip.
By day, a normal beach and a dinky desert airstrip.
Some of the planes were outfitted with heavy-duty tires and landing gear for clandestine airstrips, or extra fuel tanks for long flights, Hobson said.
Wander the riverside town as commuters arrive and depart via planes that land and take off on a grassy airstrip.
Liman darkly notes that Seal’s airstrip operates with impunity in Bill Clinton’s Arkansas, and that George Herbert Walker Bush was Reagan’s vice president when North’s Nicaraguan adventures were in full swing.
The solar panels lining the airstrip produce 70 percent of the Brando’s electricity
Surveying, soil testing and design work has begun, including on an airstrip, mining camp, access roads and the rail link, said Ron Watson, a spokesman for Adani Australia.
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