airbound

airbound

(ˈɛəˌbaʊnd)
adj
supported by air
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Also, the homes will be open from 10:00 to 18:00 and will feature complimentary food truck lunch and fun rides on the Trackless Airbound Express outdoor train from 11:00 to 14:00 hours, as well as the chance to win an exciting prize.
Place and background aren't always inescapable, however, as a somewhat prodigal woman discovers when she becomes prodigal again: leaving her grimly dysfunctional family behind is as simple as boarding a plane, ordering a scotch and going airbound, then watching the scarred landscape shrink while returning to a world of her own making.
The coach also acknowledged there might have been an element of nervousness following Williams' sin-binning for twice taking out an airbound man against the Blues.
US-based trampoline park operator Rockin' Jump has acquired Airbound Trampoline parks in Winston-Salem and Greensboro, North Carolina, the company said.
Mr Lewis said:" Airbound passengers spend more per capita entering a country than any other means of visiting.
Even though I couldn't go on every ride, I did get airbound twice - on the Dumbo ride in Fantasyland and Orbitron in Discoveryland.
He was subsequently cited over the first yellow card incident - a dangerous tackle on an airbound Alex Cuthbert - and picked up a two-week ban.
Have we developed airbound weapons you can activate from your TV control (a sort of Sky plus-plus)?
Two of the jerseys will soon be airbound on their way to two of the vets' exiles.
It was getting close to closing time while we were there, so we hurried through to what we reckoned would be the best bit - the state-of-theart flying capsules which take you on an airbound journey over and through the city.
The gelded Airbound, a winner on the all-weather last year, is also of note, being a Fusaichi Pegasus halfbrother to Gone West and Lion Cavern.