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
On others—as on Wednesday night against the Thunder—their clear limitations fester when exposed to open air.
Woodbury Common, an open air center with 240 stores across 910,000 square feet of retail space, generates more than $1.3 billion in annual sales and is a major tourist attraction.
During the 1940s, a second-floor connection was constructed that enclosed the former courtyard but left the ground floor open air between the two buildings.
There are a ton of markets in Montreal—Marché Atwater is one of the city's oldest public markets, while Marché Jean-Talon is the largest open air market in North America.
The final day of 2017 promises memorable entertainment throughout Indianapolis, including a landmark birthday for a Broad Ripple music venue and all-ages revelry in the open air.
There will be a open air trolley service to shuttle folks from the different parking lots to the Apple Festival.
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.
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First Known Use of open air
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- An open-air concert will be held in the park.
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