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Another who had moved across the country said Erasquin bought her a plane ticket home but threatened to cancel her return flight when she did not come see him.

Yes, flying in a plane means you’re in an indoor space with other people.

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“This plane should be avoided by the flying public,” he said.

Those are the things that make me, more than ever, want to get on a plane and head toward them, as I’ve done almost every year during the holidays.

It’s called a drone, but it’s more like a plane with two wings.

I…saw…18th-century hand-hewn and hand-planed joists and beams with extremely wide floorboards right above them….

It is cut and planed to size while lying flat on a board, the plane being pushed along on its side on the bench top.

The heat will expand the wood and raise it enough so that the spot can be planed and smoothed in the usual manner.

When she looked west the land was empty to the horizon, and a flock of big sand-hill cranes planed down the wind.

Drive a pin perpendicularly into the face of the board, near the middle of the planed edge.

On the rim and on the outer slopes just below it are a number of glacier grooved and planed rock-surfaces.


On this page you'll find 66 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to planed, such as: depressed, null, flat, and planate.

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