staging post


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staging post

n
(Aeronautics) a place where a journey is usually broken, esp a stopover on a flight
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staging post

[ˈsteɪdʒɪŋˌpəʊst] ntappa obbligata
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All players coming off the Challenge Tour conveyor belt will be targeting Oman as a huge opportunity and a potential staging post for brighter days ahead.
The World Cup's a really important staging post for our development, I think.
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Redcar is our largest town and civic centre, as well as giving its name to the borough, so it seems reasonable to me that our "capital" should be a major staging post of this great event.
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However, the single has helped to raise funds for the British Red Cross and The Shorncliffe Trust, which protects the site of a military camp in Kent, used as a staging post for troops destined for the Western Front during World War I.
The discovery comes amid heightened concern across the English Channel about the number of migrants using Calais as a staging post to try to reach the UK.
Botti has understandably chosen the Group ree Sagaro, won last year by subsequent Ascot heroine Estimate, as the rst staging post for the impressive-looking seven-year-old.
Japanwas using the country as a staging post for its invasions ofBurmnd Malaya.
Nor do I think that the West Midlands area would have reaped any long-term benefits from a bigger Brum Airport for it would surely acted only as a staging post for those heading elsewhere.
Summary: Residents say Hezbollah position was used by militia as staging post for its vehicles and fighters.
Cyprus was used as a staging post for Iraqi weapons inspectors a decade ago.