Noun(1) bridge formed by the upper level of a crossing of two highways at different levels(2) a flight at a low altitude (usually of military aircraft
(1) We reported that the order imposed to close the four gaps was merely temporary, and that the Highways Agency was planning to open them up once the new Ôö¼├║11 million flyover was in use.(2) The Ôö¼├║11.3 million flyover is being built to improve safety on the dual carriageway at Bilbrough Top, between York and Tadcaster.(3) Perhaps most impressive is a flyover of F - 16 fighter jets during pre-race ceremonies in the last half of the film.(4) The mum-of-one helped organise Under Croydon, an arts project which transformed the pedestrian subway beneath Croydon's flyover into a colourful mural.(5) We could do a flyover of the island with a shuttle, hoping the Curie's crew has someone looking out for rescue craft to signal.(6) Until it opens, drivers are having to use the York Outer Ring Road flyover to cross the dual carriageway.(7) During a flyover of the park last year, McClure witnessed a number of bison carcasses lying in overgrazed fields.(8) A white or blue van was directly behind the couple's car at Bishopthorpe flyover leaving the A64 on the outskirts of York at about 1.15 pm last Friday.(9) The flyover will be held over crowds lining the streets to watch the annual Moomba Festival on March 14.(10) The Highways Agency revealed today that a public inquiry is likely into its proposed Ôö¼├║3.9 million flyover at Bilbrough Top, between York and Tadcaster.(11) An American reconnaissance plane veers off course during a flyover and is shot down because its crew sees something they aren't intended to see.(12) Water logging around the flyover 's rusted pillars is routine during the rains.(13) Santa had also done a flyover in the Rescure helicopter.(14) Our commanding officer coordinated a flyover of the ship for us so the LSOs could shine a beacon on our nose gear and determine its condition.(15) The new squadron was to have demonstrated its skills with a flyover and aerobatic maneuvers, but the aerial activities were canceled because of bad weather.(16) And the timing couldn't be worse as the work coincides with the improvements at Pitsea flyover that are already causing extra congestion.
1. flypast ::
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