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Something was squatting on the tarmac close to the petrol tank.
BERRY AND CO.DORNFORD YATES
Mechanics were climbing down out of cockpits and walking along down the tarmac in groups.
His head snapped back, his feet left the ground, and he did a beautiful backward somersault to crash down on the tarmac in a heap.
Half an hour later the two air aces were out on the tarmac, and ready to leave.
He had done so, and now stood on the dark tarmac between the manifest shed and the pilot-barracks.
WORLD BEYOND PLUTOC. H. THAMES
Then he walked boldly across the tarmac, wearing a pilot's uniform, toward Mozart's Lady.
WORLD BEYOND PLUTOC. H. THAMES
He went across the tarmac and out between two of the gigantic steel arches of the grid.
THE PIRATES OF ERSATZMURRAY LEINSTER
He stepped down to the tarmac and his head turned from side to side as his eyes gulped the field's distances.
CITADELALGIRDAS JONAS BUDRYS
Collins swerved the wheel and drove the old wagon across the waffle-plate obstruction, onto the smooth tarmac beyond.
THE LAST PLACE ON EARTHJAMES JUDSON HARMON
In his car, which conveyed them from the tarmac to the Embassy, she received all his overtures in the same silence.

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