AIR-COOLED............................3
tripod ten feet in front of Kerans, levelled the perforated, air-cooled barrel at the confused mob backing away from them. Thep 152 DW 1962
the leader carried a machine-gun of foreign design, with an air-cooled barrel and drum magazine. He wore spectacles and was youngerp 290 ES 1984
home, then started her engine and set off in an air-cooled clatter. The clergyman watched her go, smiling bleakly through thep 100 MP 2003
 
 AIR-CRASH.............................5
-- were permanently reserved for the possible victims of an air-crash. One of these was temporarily occupied by car-crash injuries. Notp 26 C 1973
taking up a bed that belonged by rights to an air-crash victim, and thinking in a disordered way about the woundsp 26 C 1973
her something of a celebrity. ‘This ward is reserved for air-crash victims,‘ I told Catherine. ‘The beds are kept waiting.‘ ‘Ifp 31 C 1973
only guardian since the death of her mother in an air-crash. At this point I remembered the entire tragedy. A formerp 1001 HFF 1980
Shepherd or Golden Retriever). 1.00 am Newsflash. Tonight's surprise air-crash. 2.00 The Religious Hour. Imagine being dead. Priests andp 1174 GVD 1992
 
 AIR-CRASHES...........................1
a model of my care for all the victims of air-crashes and natural disasters. As I lay beside Catherine at nightp 218 C 1973
 
 AIR-CURTAINED.........................1
this morning he found himself reluctant to leave the cool, air-curtained haven of the hotel suite. He had spent a couplep 7 DW 1962
 
 AIR-DISASTER..........................1
by the crash. I imagined the ward filled with convalescing air-disaster victims, each of their minds a brothel of images. Thep 29 C 1973
 
 AIR-DROP..............................1
threatened to boil the water from the radiator. Then an air-drop at Hungjao brought back Price's driving skills. They hurtled alongp 311 ES 1984
 
 AIR-DROPPED...........................2
a fire, Inger stood up and lowered the parachute canopy, air-dropped by Medecins Sans Frontieres with the latest batch of pharmaceuticalp 182 RP 1994
rooms, and the Ballard room was now a storehouse of air-dropped supplies. Ends of corridors were barricaded off, and visitors werep 114 ML 2008
 
 AIR-DROPS.............................3
former Nationalist comrades but drawn towards Shanghai by the American air-drops. As Jim stood in the observation box of the watch-towerp 306 ES 1984
stockpile. Already it was clear to Jim that the American air-drops were becoming less frequent, and sooner or later they wouldp 308 ES 1984
father would join him there. Even with the reduced American air-drops there would be a constant supply of food. Jim lookedp 309 ES 1984
 
 AIR-FARES.............................1
her cabin boy. Kimo had sunk his savings into their air-fares from Honolulu and the charter of the Bichon, but atp 12 RP 1994
 
 AIR-FORCE.............................1
about uncertainly, wondering why on earth a retired and well-to-do air-force officer should be trying to collect these few dollar billsp 747 CSC 1967
 
 AIR-FRAME.............................2
about, his navigation plans and structural modification to the Cessna's air-frame were carefully and professionally carried through. Even the intense migrainesp 816 DFW 1974
is so light, if you'd been trapped inside a rigid air-frame ... Well, let's not think about it. I've watched you flyp 170 HA 1981
 
 AIR-FREIGHT...........................7
taking London fares, I walked through the car-park opposite the air-freight building. Overhead, across the metallized air, a jet-liner screamed. Whenp 77 C 1973
roads led in all directions to the terminal buildings and air-freight offices. Fuel tankers and breakdown vehicles blocked the narrow lanesp 886 UC 1976
be surprised. David's a lot better -- he runs his air-freight company in Brussels. He and his girl-friend are trying top 290 KW 1991
Barbara, let's take time to think this over. I can air-freight a ton of powdered milk into Saint-Esprit. You'll be ablep 143 RP 1994
entered the operational zone of the airport, a terrain of air-freight offices and car-rental depots, surrounded by arrays of landing lightsp 128 MP 2003
tail fins of passenger jets beyond the roofs of the air-freight terminal. ‘They're living in the suburb of an airport.‘ ‘Theyp 133 MP 2003
sales. We like roads that lead past airports, we like air-freight offices and rent-a-van forecourts, we like impulse-buy holidays to anywherep 101 KC 2006
 
 AIR-FREIGHTED.........................2
homosexual and heterosexual intercourse. The cans of undeveloped film were air-freighted to the magazine offices in New York, and selected stillsp 265 KW 1991
to be interviewed about the first endangered species to be air-freighted to Saint-Esprit, now occupying temporary quarters in the plant laboratoryp 107 RP 1994
 
 AIR-HOSTESSES.........................5
smaller group of airline pilots, film-industry technicians and trios of air-hostesses sharing apartments. By the usual financial and educational yardsticks theyp 10 HR 1975
operating somewhere in the high-rise. The mysterious movements of the air-hostesses as they pursued their busy social lives, particularly on thep 14 HR 1975
hairdressing salon by an unknown woman. Presumably in retaliation, three air-hostesses from the 2nd floor were aggressively jostled by a partyp 29 HR 1975
the lower nine floors, with their ‘proletariat‘ of film technicians, air-hostesses and the like, and the middle section of the high-risep 53 HR 1975
physique and personality. Sharing an apartment with her were three air-hostesses from the 1st floor. Wilder walked gingerly down the corridorp 65 HR 1975
 
 AIR-LINE..............................4
turn irritable, amiable, bored and abstracted. He listened to an air-line pumping from the scow, then asked: ‘Dr. Bodkin, did youp 90 DW 1962
backwards towards the lake floor, the twin antennae of his air-line and telephone cable winding up the narrow well of lightp 103 DW 1962
and began to return to the control room, dragging the air-line after him. As he reached the panel door he feltp 107 DW 1962
he stumbled up the aisle and tried to free the air-line from the handle, certain now that Strangman had seized thep 108 DW 1962
 
 AIR-LINES.............................1
system. Neither of them was in line with the principal air-lines. To justify the expense of siting them in the centrep 416 SM 1963
 
 AIR-LOCK..............................1
the stern of a ship. He was examining the shattered air-lock of one of the crew domes when he suddenly sawp 240 DE 1961
 
 AIR-LOCKS.............................2
if she's insane.‘ They left the suite, Kerans sealing the air-locks and setting the thermostat alarms so that the air wouldp 16 DW 1962
leading to the rest-rooms were circular and bulged outwards like air-locks, distinguished from each other by the symbols for male andp 489 VH 1963
 
 AIR-PIPE..............................1
which Strangman had correctly posed. Had he unconsciously locked the air-pipe, knowing that the tension in the cable would suffocate himp 110 DW 1962
 
 AIR-PUMPS.............................1
tinted. A low drumming sounded somewhere in the distance, the air-pumps which had worked all day and whose noise had beenp 118 DW 1962
 
 AIR-RAID..............................30
the common frog. He's built himself quite a solid little air-raid shelter.‘ He carried the animal across to a sink, turnedp 177 VT 1960
no fears. This pyramid is completely separate from the old air-raid shelters. That is the whole point. The entire pyramid isp 166 WFN 1961
pedestrians. Overhead, like the assault craft from which some apocalyptic air-raid would be launched, the watch-towers hung down from the skyp 392 WT 1962
houses. He passed the entrance to a World War II air-raid shelter, half-buried by the earth and gravel brought in top 29 CI 1974
grass, Maitland climbed on to the roof of an abandoned air-raid shelter. Resting here, he inspected the island more carefully. Comparingp 50 CI 1974
and alleyways. In the centre of the island were the air-raid shelters among which he was sitting. Attached to these wasp 50 CI 1974
I am the island.‘ The air shed its light. The air-raid shelter Traffic drummed above his head. Smoke rose from ap 53 CI 1974
difficult ground, over the roof of the largest of the air-raid shelters. Maitland laboured along, listening to the grass seethe aroundp 54 CI 1974
begun to subside. He remembered the violent attack in the air-raid shelter, and being dragged into the open evening air, butp 58 CI 1974
which Maitland had seen hanging from a chair in the air-raid shelter. The silver strips showed off his powerful shoulders, andp 68 CI 1974
motorway. Robert Maitland sat against the curved roof of the air-raid shelter in which Proctor had made his home, watching thep 85 CI 1974
windows. Gripping the metal crutch, Maitland swung himself towards the air-raid shelter. Somehow, before his strength gave out, he would forcep 93 CI 1974
on before he comes.‘ The duel As Maitland approached the air-raid shelter Proctor and the young woman were cavorting about inp 94 CI 1974
eager to be exploited ...‘ As he rode back to the air-raid shelter, Maitland looked up at the high causeway of thep 106 CI 1974
in the sun, he sat against the wall of the air-raid shelter, the yellow shawl wrapped around him. Proctor squatted onp 106 CI 1974
the embankment, Maitland waited impatiently on the roof of the air-raid shelter. Rattling the crutch, he watched the rush-hour traffic emergingp 113 CI 1974
Jane Sheppard sat beside Proctor's body. The roofs of the air-raid shelters rose around them like the backs of ancient animalsp 124 CI 1974
the money. She dusted her knees and walked through the air-raid shelters towards the cinema basement. Ten minutes later she hadp 125 CI 1974
of civilians in a war-torn city dealing with yet another air-raid. For the first time it occurred to Wilder that thep 60 HR 1975
boys, the stocky mongol with his massive forehead like an air-raid shelter, was her devoted guide-dog, always within hands-reach and carefulp 29 UDC 1979
The Presidents spread their legs and steadied themselves. A powerful air-raid siren wailed through the streets of Las Vegas. There wasp 184 HA 1981
roof and being vented away through the windows. Meanwhile the air-raid sirens kept up their gloomy wailing. ‘Dr Fleming ...‘ Wayne tookp 185 HA 1981
had come forward to enjoy this free kill. As the air-raid klaxons kept up, their melancholy wail, Wayne set off alongp 188 HA 1981
tried to rally him. On the third morning, as the air-raid sirens wailed the arrival of another reconnaissance flight, she leftp 196 HA 1981
drowned the roar of the eight-gun fighters, the wail of air-raid sirens in London and Warsaw. He had had more thanp 13 ES 1984
the airfield, soon drowned by the complaining drone of an air-raid siren. The klaxon above the guardhouse in Lunghua Camp tookp 190 ES 1984
had settled over court life. Between visits to the palace air-raid shelter there were lectures on calligraphy and Chinese culture. Atp 51 UGM 1989
David would see me once the traffic had cleared. An air-raid klaxon sounded from one of the office buildings, overlaid byp 21 KW 1991
hand touched his forehead. ‘You'll stay on Saint-Esprit forever.‘ Another air-raid alert was taking place. Supervised by Mrs Saito, the womenp 218 RP 1994
firemen. ‘Henry, I'm impressed.‘ I accepted a plastic cup of air-raid victim's tea passed through the broken window of the manager'sp 266 MP 2003
 
 AIR-RAIDS.............................1
bombed engineering sheds. Caught by the last of the American air-raids, a Chinese puppet soldier lay by the embankment of ap 54 KW 1991
 
 AIR-RUN...............................1
disappointment, was no more than a refuelling stop on the air-run between Mururoa and Tahiti. After filming Dr Barbara among thep 22 RP 1994
 
 AIR-SEAL..............................1
into the suite a ragged glass panel of the interior air-seal fell to the floor at his feet. Someone had movedp 143 DW 1962
 
 AIR-SEALED............................1
move southwards. His time there had outlived itself, and the air-sealed suite with its constant temperature and humidity, its supplies ofp 144 DW 1962
 
 AIR-SEALS.............................1
on the southerly storms. Ten to one the shutters and air-seals along the bedroom walls will be breached. What about foodp 79 DW 1962
 
 AIR-SHAFTS............................1
go higher, I'll show you. There are a lot of air-shafts, you know. The trouble is, dogs have got into themp 64 HR 1975
 
 AIR-SHOWS.............................1
a new France of high-speed monorails, MacDo's, and the lavish air-shows that my cousin Charles and I would visit in ourp 5 SC 2000