airway

  1. a duct that provides ventilation as in mines
  2. a designated route followed by airplanes in flying from one airport to another
  3. a commercial enterprise that provides scheduled flights for passengers

Airway

An air route with ground organisation.
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Airway

Airway: The path air follows to get into and out of the lungs. The mouth and nose are the normal entry and exit ports. Entering air then passes through the back of the throat (pharynx), continues through the voice box (larynx), down the trachea, and finally out the branching tubes known as bronchi.
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Airway

A space between roof insulation and roof boards provided for movement of air.
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airway

1. Any part of the respiratory tract through which air passes during breathing. ... 2. In anaesthesia or resuscitation, a device for correcting obstruction to breathing, especially an oropharyngeal and nasopharyngeal airway, endotracheal airway, or tracheotomy tube. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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airway

(ār´wa) the passage by which air enters and leaves the lungs. a mechanical device used for securing unobstructed respiration when the patient is not breathing or is otherwise unable to maintain a clear passage, such as during general anesthesia or respiratory arrest.
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airway

(from the article `traffic control`) Airplanes travel along established routes called airways, which are analogous to guideways, even though they are not physical constructions. They are ... Airspace is divided by flight levels into upper, middle, lower, and controlled airspace. Controlled airspace includes that surrounding airports and...
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Airway

Any passage through which air is carried. Also known as an air course.
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airway

Type: Term Pronunciation: ār′wā Definitions: 1. Any part of the respiratory tract through which air passes during breathing. 2. In anesthesia or resuscitation, a device for correcting obstruction to breathing, especially an oropharyngeal and nasopharyngeal airway, endotracheal airway, or tracheotomy tube.
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Airway

The path air follows to get into and out of the lungs. The mouth and nose are the normal entry and exit ports. Entering air then passes through the back of the throat (pharynx), continues through the voice box (larynx), down the trachea, and finally out the branching tubes known as bronchi.
Found on http://www.emedicinehealth.com/allergy_insect_sting/glossary_em.htm

Airway

[aviation] An airway is a legally defined corridor that connects one specified location to another at a specified altitude, along which an aircraft that meets the requirements of the airway may be flown. Airways are defined with segments within a specific altitude block, corridor width, and between fixed geographic coordinates for satellite...
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Airway

[automobile] The Airway was an American microcar with two seats, made by Everett Miller and T. P. Hall between 1949 and 1950 in San Diego, California. It had an all-aluminum body and chassis and an air-cooled 10 hp (7 kW) Onan engine mounted at the back. Normally it would only use a single fluid-drive speed, plus an emergency low gear. ==Hi...
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Airway

The passages which transfer air from the outside environment to the lungs
Found on http://www.superglossary.com/Glossary/Health/First_Aid/

Airway

Any passage through which air is carried. Also known as an air course.
Found on http://www.rocksandminerals.com/glossary.htm
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