'copter


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'copter

copter [ˈkɒptəʳ] N ABBR =helicopterhelicóptero m
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Investigating detective DS Kenny Clark praised the role of the 'copter cops, saying: "The car may have gone undetected without the swift actions of the helicopter.
The 'copter, which was flying from Wicklow to Sligo, came down in poor weather in the townland of Cornakelly in rural Co Longford just after 11am.
Eyewitnesses said the 'copter was in trouble for some time before it smashed into the ground and burst into flames.
It's going to be a real test of skill, not just for the pilot, but for the observers who are the eyes and ears of the 'copter crew.
A man glued by his ears to the 'copter would be really "New Millennium", and after Neil Morrissey's success in the Homebase ads, his jug-eared sidekick Martin Clunes must be itching to get in amongst the money.
The 'copter had lowered an air conditioner on to the roof of the office building and was lifting off when a rotor struck a billboard, said police.
The 'copter team was presented with front-line medical kit, worth pounds 3,000, from Billingham company Nutech.