trippler

trippler

(ˈtrɪpələ)
n
(Animals) South African a horse that moves at a tripple
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We are grateful to Kristin Trippler for excellent technical assistance.
Terry Trippler of THEPLANERULEs.com said: "All of the security since 9/11 has been to keep us safe.
"This will help [Southwest] establish a pretty good presence in the Northeast, and it's enough to have the Southwest effect: substantially lower airfare," said Terry Trippler, travel advisor with the consultancy Rules to Know, in a Monday interview.
Trippler to Headquarters, Army of the Potomac, May 17, 1862, OR, set.
"Over the next five years, the legacies will become more like trunk carriers, with smaller airlines feeding people into the hubs," predicts Terry Trippler of Rules to Know.
"It s almost an underground rage factory," said Terry Trippler, at tripplersview.com, a travel opinion website.
Airline industry expert Terry Trippler believes that JetBlue may have gone overboard in the promises of its customer bill of rights.
Analyst Terry Trippler at Cheapseats.com said the price will be set by JetBlue - wherever the airline goes, it will set the price.
He served in the Army as a medic at Trippler General Hospital in Hawaii, in Alaska and at Fort Lewis, Wash.
Important Industry Web Sites Rules of the Air: http://www.onetravel.com/rules/rules.cfm This site, written by the industry veteran, Terry Trippler, explains travelers' rights on topics such as bumping, lost baggage, and fare increases.
"It's amazing to me that something that has been there--and has constantly been there for years--all of a sudden has become the hot topic," says Aaron Trippler, director of government affairs for the American Industrial Hygiene Association in Fairfax, Virginia.
Daves Trippler Army Medical Center 459 Patterson Road, E-Wing Room 1-C104 Honolulu, HI 96819-1522 Phone: (808) 433-0494/0495 Fax: (808) 433-0388 E-mail: VFdavew@vba.va.gov IDAHO Patrick D.