Recent Examples of runway from the Web
Some of the dogs panted inside their crates from the runway heat, but seemed otherwise curious about what was next.
Some outside observers said launching a road-mobile missile from an airport runway could demonstrate the North’s ability to fire its missiles from anywhere in the country.
In 2013 Branson Airport LLC sued Burns & McDonnell and other contractors that had worked on a $70 million runway project.
And brands like Opening Ceremony and Viktor & Rolf have used dancers in their runway shows, the former even going so far as to use a ballet performance in lieu of a traditional catwalk.
Even if their lives appeared fabulous, the women in the magazine lived in their clothes, and looks from the runways were translated in wearable ways.
Test 3, which began July 23, designates one runway for aircraft arrivals and one for departures for operations between 10 p.m. and 7 a.m. The plan is subject to safety, weather and maintenance requirements.
Among them are runway gigs at Miami Swim Week, which runs through July 25.
Opening Ceremony: Look no further for fresh-off- the-runway footwear.
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First Known Use of runway
RUNWAY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of runway for English Language Learners
: a long strip of ground where airplanes take off and land
: a raised structure along which models walk in a fashion show
RUNWAY Defined for Kids
Definition of runway for Students
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