First Known Use of open-air
Examples of open air in a Sentence
a family of city dwellers who can't wait to go camping in the open air
Recent Examples of open air from the Web
There are also wagon rides and plenty of open air for kids to play.
The 800-foot residential tower will be separated from the main office and retail structure by a 60-foot wide open air promenade.
Officials said generators should be at least 20 feet from homes in open air, not contained in any building.
With heavy rains, many were damaged and sank from the weight, leaving crude oil or petroleum products in the open air emitting fumes.
This open air ship can ferry tanks, bulldozers or hundreds of troops across open ocean.
After being switched on and off 20 times, the ink didn’t lose its bright color under UV light, and could be kept in open air for 3 months without degrading, the team reports today in Nature Communications.
The family also is working with a new design that makes more use of the open air in the retail and public spaces than other megaprojects in the city.
Since speleothems form only in the open air, Peros says that the fossils and speleothems together could allow researchers to reconstruct when the cave filled with water—giving researchers a detailed view of past sea level rise.
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First Known Use of open air
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Definition of open air for Students
- An open-air concert will be held in the park.
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