Definitions for "Flight"
a formation of aircraft in flight
an air force unit smaller than a squadron
a sub-divishun of a squadron
Keywords:  flock, trip, fly, airline, bowler
The act of flying; a passing through the air by the help of wings; volitation; mode or style of flying.
A number of beings or things passing through the air together; especially, a flock of birds flying in company; the birds that fly or migrate together; the birds produced in one season; as, a flight of arrows.
a trip made by or in a flying vehicle, as an airplane, spacecraft, or aeronautical balloon.
A period of consecutive days or weeks of advertising within an overall ad campaign.
Duration of time a banner or campaign is to run.
A portion of an advertising campaign run without hiatus for a specific period of time.
A kind of arrow for the longbow; also, the sport of shooting with it. See Shaft.
The feathers of the dart
shoot a bird in flight
A group of teams competing at a specified NTRP level within a local league or Championship competition where every team in that group plays every other team to declare a winner. When flights are established, a playoff must be held at Championship level to determine a champion in that NTRP level. Below championship level, the playoff may be held to determine a champion in that NTRP level.
When an entry in any regular stake reaches 20 or more hounds, the host club will split the stake into a number of flights (or classes). Championship points and placements are allocated as in a regular stake.
Flight was a champion Australian thoroughbred racehorse. She was a bay daughter of Royal Step from the Thracian mare Lambent.
A series of steps or stairs from one landing to another.
The scheduled broadcast dates for radio and television advertisements.
A series of stairs unbroken by a landing.
The act of fleeing; the act of running away, to escape danger or expected evil; hasty departure.
the instinctual response accredited to vertebrate organisms when their survival is threatened. It is characterized by increased sympathetic nervous system action which serves to prepare the organism for fighting or fleeing.
the act of escaping physically; "he made his escape from the mental hospital"; "the canary escaped from its cage"; "his flight was an indication of his guilt"
Lofty elevation and excursion; a mounting; a soaring; as, a flight of imagination, ambition, folly.
passing above and beyond ordinary bounds; "a flight of fancy"; "flights of rhetoric"; "flights of imagination"
a commodity, says Alitalia's Roberto Ioriatti
When Winegeeks gather in their geeky covens to do their thing, wines are sometimes served sequentially in small bunches (say, groups of four), sometimes thematically linked -- these bunches are Flights. Small flocks of winegeeks themselves are called Gaggles, Pods or Drunken Nitpickers, depending on their plumage.
A term used by Nike for their lighter basketball shoes that are intended for speedier players. If it was not for the Air Jordan product line, Michael Jordan would have been the prototypical player for the Flight product line. Also see " Force" and " Uptempo" for other Nike basketball shoes.
In tournament play, the division of players with players of equal ability being placed in the same flight. Sixteen is usually the number of players in a flight however any number of players may be placed in a flight.
A division of players of relatively equal ability in a tournament. There are usually 16 players in a flight.
Keywords:  tastes, nuances, winery, vintage, wines
a progression of complementary tastes so that the flavors and nuances of each item in the grouping can be enjoyed
a tasting of similar wines in a category at a price point or price range
a tasting of three
One section of conveyor chain. A flight may contain one sheet of paper or many books and inserts. Two or more flights may be destined to be put “connected.
The metal strap or crossbar attached to the drag chain-and-flight conveyor.
A comedy-opera by Jonathon Dove (libretto by April De Angelis), sung in English, and premiered in 1998.
Keywords:  chrysalis, weekend
A Chrysalis weekend.
Keywords:  wildfowl, dusk, pigeon, dawn, feeding
Movement of pigeon or wildfowl at dawn and dusk between resting and feeding areas
Keywords:  husk, glume, oats
The husk or glume of oats.
Flights are the way that dragons and firelizards mate. The female (Gold or Green) takes air and the males (Bronze, Brown, or Blue) take up after her. The first one to catch the female mates with her. Gold The largest female color, they are the largest of their species, and in dragons the only color of the species that can lay eggs. They are very rare, and only women can ride the gold dragons, and with that comes huge resposibility.
A group of airmen that are in training together, consisting of approximately 45-60 trainees.
A group of aerial shells that are fused together so that when the central fuse is lit all of the shell launch at the same time.
A small group of aeroplanes
Short for "flight jacket," a traditional skinhead jacketoriginally obtained from military surplus stores.
Keywords:  meadow, spill, ware, hatches, split
A hatch that can be split allowing excess flood water to spill over the top of a lower section thus keeping a meadow in operation for longer as the levels cannot easily rise above a set height. Also another name for the set of hatches comprising a ware.
a variation on the default experience
a wonderful low impact way to experience the unique beauty of the Brooks
Keywords:  theme, tray, beers, sort, sampling
a sampling of wines of any number often arranged by some kind of theme
a tray of five, five oz beers of some sort of Theme
Keywords:  cadets, elements, three, consists
consists of three elements, about 36 cadets
The spiral plates surrounding the tube of an auger.
Keywords:  tester, java, website, based
A java-based website tester
Keywords:  cape, town, late, hour
an hour late into Cape Town
Keywords:  helical, screw, thread, raised, portion
The helical metal thread or raised portion of the screw.
In track and Field, the term refers to a group of competitors in a field event. If a large number of competitors are entered in an event, they may be divided into a flight (8-12) so that the time between their attempts (throws or jumps) is reduced.
Keywords:  stairway, floor, steps, landing, set
a stairway (set of steps) between one floor or landing and the next
mobilization of the bodies physiological defense mechanism as the body prepares for action.
Keywords:  path, followed, space, moving, object
the path followed by an object moving through space
Keywords:  least, four, elements, two
At least two, but not more than four, elements.