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- A route that forms part of a system regularly used by aircraft
- An organization providing a regular public service of air transportation on one or more routes
- An air-line railroad was a railroad that was relatively flat and straight, choosing a shorter route over an easier route. In their heyday, which was prior to aviation, they were often referred to simply as "air lines.
- This term can be used meaning air hose but is mostly used to describe the hard piping that carries the air from the compressor to the regulator/filter where the air is cleaned and the pressure is controlled and where the hose is attached to carry the air to the tools.
- An air line is a tube that carries a compressed air supply, e.g. to inflate tyres or power compressed-air tools. Air line is most commonly used for suppling compressed air to air tools in workshops and in air brake systems on larger vehicles.
- A pipe supplying air
- A deduction from the usual cost of something, typically given for prompt or advance payment or to a special category of buyers
- give a reduction in price on; "I never discount these books-they sell like hot cakes"
- A percentage deducted from the face value of a bill of exchange or promissory note when it changes hands before the due date
- dismiss: bar from attention or consideration; "She dismissed his advances"
- the act of reducing the selling price of merchandise
- A certificate or warrant, in particular
- a commercial document showing that the holder is entitled to something (as to ride on public transportation or to enter a public entertainment)
- issue a ticket or a fine to as a penalty; "I was fined for parking on the wrong side of the street"; "Move your car or else you will be ticketed!"
- A piece of paper or small card that gives the holder a certain right, esp. to enter a place, travel by public transport, or participate in an event
- A method of getting into or out of (a specified state or situation)
- provide with a ticket for passage or admission; "Ticketed passengers can board now"
Coccaine seizure in Davao: A warning to entire nation....Unmasked P 1.B coccaine owner - Nograles People's Journal on line by Jester Manalastas....PRO 7 leads nationwide anti-drug campaign- Manila Bu
Cebu News Cocaine seizure in Davao: A warning to entire nation (The Freeman) Updated December 13, 2009 12:00 AM CEBU, Philippines - Former Dangerous Drugs Board chairman Vicente “Tito” Sotto has been consistent in his statement that the country could easily manage the entry and the manufacture of shabu, but “once cocaine enters the scene we have to be circumspect on this.” Now acting DDB chairman Paul Oaminal subscribes to the strategic assessment of his anti-drug mentor. The seizure of several kilos of cocaine in a van in Davao City recently is worth the utmost focus of our law enforcement agents, he pointed out. Oaminal is calling for a multi-agency task force, composed of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency, Philippine National Police and the Bureau of Customs to investigate the circumstances behind the shipment. The move will unearth the shipper and the consignees of the shipment, the group or personalities recipient of the dangerous drugs. The reason why we should be alarmed on the cocaine shipment is premised on the fact that shabu manufacturing or trafficking are handled by local syndicates, although there may be connivance with other Asian nationals. But cocaine is primarily handled by other triads since its source is from Latin America, Oaminal said. Admittedly, these syndicates are more organized and experienced than the local or Asian shabu traffickers, this was further learned. The statement of the barangay captain in the area where the abandoned “Maersk Van” was found could help investigators in the conduct of the probe. “There is a problem more dangerous and lethal than the problem of the secessionist movement of the Moro Islamic Liberation Front, the New People’s Army and that of Maguindanao - that is the drug menace,” Oaminal said. He added that it is high time that the Filipinos and public officials must realize that “we are in this together”; that if the ship called the Republic of the Philippines sinks, then we sink as a nation. — Johanna T. Natavio/MEEV (FREEMAN NEWS) December 13, 2009 07:44 PM Sunday Article read 88 time(s) Unmask P.1-B cocaine owner -- Nograles HOUSE Speaker Prospero Nograles has called on all law enforcement agencies to conduct in-depth investigation on the big amount of high-grade cocaine found in Davao City. Likewise, Nograles has asked the House committee on dangerous drugs to conduct an inquiry to help unmask the real owner of the prohibited drugs. A total of 16 kilos of cocaine with an estimated market value of P112 million was found by police authorities sealed inside three container vans in Davao’s old airport. Records showed that the vans separately arrived in Davao on Nov. 18, Dec. 3 and Dec. 10. The first two vans came from Pakistan and India, respectively, while the origin of the last van is still unknown. “I want an urgent swift investigation of cocaine discovered. No whitewash,” Nograles, a mayoral candidate in Davao City, said. The outgoing Speaker said that law enforcers should ensure that the sources or importer of these drugs should be arrested and prosecuted as soon as possible. He asked the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI), Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA), Bureau of Customs and Presidential Anti-Smuggling Group (PASG) to act swiftly or they will suffer consequences from Congress. “I want to know if some powerful politicians are behind drug shipment,” Nograles added. Initial investigation showed that all the vans came from various destinations but all passed through Malaysia before it finally arrived in the country. Jester P. Manalastas December 13, 2009 07:33 PM Sunday Article read 307 time(s) Maguindanao killers high on drugs MOST of the gunmen who massacred 57 people including women and journalists in Maguindanao last November 13 were high on drugs, officials said. “Obviously, that massacre could not have been perpetrated by persons in their right minds. Only drugged individuals could do such bestiality,” said Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency chair Dionisio R. Santiago. He made the statement following the recent seizure of at least 16 kilograms of high-grade cocaine worth P112 million in Davao City. PDEA spokesman Derrick Arnold C. Carreon said their agents are taking the blood and urine samples of the suspects arrested in connection with the massacre for a drug analysis. He confirmed that several suspects tested positive for marijuana abuse although they are also being tested for possible shabu or cocaine use. Officials investigating the Maguindanao carnage raised the possibility that the killers could have used shabu or cocaine. “We want to find out if Mayor Ampatuan, Jr. has traces of cocaine in his blood since he was only subjected by the National Bureau of Investigation to a marijuana test,” a ranking police official who requested anonymity said. The official said they have long suspected that most of the drugs smuggled to Mindanao from Metro Manila were b
Série sobre Turim – Series about Turin – Torino – 16-01-2009 - IMG 20090117 9999 69
This beautiful sculpture is at Piazza Castello and in front of Palazzo Reale, at the center of Turin. Turin, Torino in Italian, is an interesting and often overlooked city in the Piedmont region of Italy. Famous for the Shroud of Turin and Fiat auto plants, Turin has a lot more to offer. From its Baroque cafes and architecture to its arcaded shopping promenades and museums, Turin is a great city for wandering and exploring. Turin hosted the 2006 Winter Olympics and makes a good base for exploring nearby mountains and valleys. Turin is in the northwest of Italy in the Piemonte region between the Po River and the foothills of the Alps. Turin is served by a small airport, Citta di Torino - Sandro Pertini, with flights to and from Europe. There is bus service connecting Turin's airport with Turin and the main railway station. A railway links the airport to GTT Dora Railway Station in the northwest of Turin. The closest airport for flights from the United States is in Milan, a little over an hour away by train. Turin is a major hub on the Italian train line and intercity buses provide transportation to and from Turin. Turin has an extensive network of trams and buses that run from 5AM until midnight. There are also electric mini-buses in the city center. Bus and tram tickets can be bought in a tabacchi shop. A 28km metropolitan line is due for completion in 2006. Turin's main railway station is Porta Nuova in central Turin at the Piazza Carlo Felice. The Porta Susa Station is the main station for trains to and from Milan and is connected to central Turin and the main station by bus. There are tourist offices at the Porta Nuova Railway Station and at the airport. The main office is in Piazza Castello and there is also one in Piazza Solferino. You can find landromats and internet points in Turin with Lavasciuga. Turin discount cards: See Turin and Piedmont Card for information about discount passes and the ChocoPass for chocolate tastings. The Piedmont region has some of the best food in Italy. Over 160 types of cheese and famous wines like Barolo and Barbaresco come from here as do truffles, plentiful in fall. Turin has some outstanding pastries, especially chocolate ones. Chocolate for eating as we know it today (bars and pieces) originated in Turin. The chocolate-hazelnut sauce, gianduja, is a specialty of Turin. Turin celebrates its patron saint in the Festa di San Giovanni June 24 with events all day and a huge fireworks display at night. Turin's big chocolate festival is in March. Turin has several music and theater festivals in summer and fall. During the Christmas season there is a 2-week street market and on New Year's Eve an open-air conert in the main piazza. The Turin Marathon in April attracts a huge number of international participants. Turin has many museums. Walking around the city with its arcades, Baroque buildings, and beautiful piazzas can be very enjoyable. * The Via Po is an interesting walking street with long arcades and many historic palaces and cafes. Start at Piazza Castello. * Mole Antonelliana, a 167 meter tall tower built between 1798 and 1888, houses an excellent cinema museum. A panoramic lift takes you to the top of the tower for some expansive views of the city. * Palazzo Carignano is the birthplace of Vittorio Emanuele II in 1820. The Unification of Italy was proclaimed here in 1861. It now houses the Museo del Risorgimento and you can see the royal apartments Royal Armoury, too. * Museo Egizio is the third most important Egyptian museum in the world. It is housed in a huge baroque palace which also holds the Galleria Sagauda with a large collection of historic paintings. * Piazza San Carlo, known as the "drawing room of Turin", is a beautiful baroque square with the twin churches of San Carlo and Santa Cristina as well as the above museum. * Piazza Castello and Palazzo Reale are at the center of Turin. The square is a pedestrian area with benches and small fountains, ringed by beautiful, grand buildings. * Il Quadrilatero is an interesting maze of backstreets with sprawling markets and splendid churches. This is another good place wo wander. * Elegant and historic bars and cafes are everywhere in central Turin. Try a bicerin, a local layered drink made with coffee, chocolate, and cream. Cafes in Turin also serve other interesting trendy coffee drinks.