on air

  1. very happily
    we were floating on air at the news
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How To Use on air In A Sentence

  • The site aims to find you the best real-time prices on airfares by trawling 35 airlines and travel websites.
  • Hosting on Airbnb puts money in the pockets of regular Londoners. Times, Sunday Times
  • But you make me laugh, puttin 'on airs an' pretendin 'to do it for spoort -- "Wimmen ha'n't got no sense o' spoort, "says you, all solemn as owls. Corporal Sam and Other Stories
  • It analyses the influence of aircraft taxiing velocity and nose wheel steering angle on aircraft tire sliding.
  • This would leave the new production aircraft unencumbered in reaching the break-even point by any need to recover nonrecurring costs.
  • He was at Shannon Airport waiting to fly to Dublin for a squad session when he was paged.
  • The law has also been changed so that private broadcasters are obliged to play the anthem when they come on air and at closedown, as is already the case for state-run TV and radio. Cumpulsory Anthem Law Hits Wrong Note in Kyrgyzstan
  • Huge craters scarred the streets and Clifton airfield.
  • Current areas of investigation include neurohumoral, cellular and molecular mechanisms regulating airway contractility, airway smooth muscle growth and cell surface receptor expression; regulation of postnatal development and growth of the lung; developmental effects of pulmonary inflammation and oxidative lung injury on airway and pulmonary vascular reactivity; biochemical and molecular regulation of membrane ion channels in cystic fibrosis; maturational changes in chest wall and airway function; pulmonary manifestations of sickle cell disease; the physiological basis of ventilator dependence in children with chronic respiratory insufficiency; and developmental aspects of respiratory mechanics and ventilatory control. Fellowship Program in Pulmonary Medicine
  • *** Aviation Airbus delivered 45 of its narrow and wide-bodied aircraft in September, making a total of 380 for the first nine months of 2010. Business Watch
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