AIRS


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AIRSAtmospheric Infrared Sounder
AIRSAerometric Information Retrieval System
AIRSAlliance of Information and Referral Systems
AIRSAircraft Systems
AIRSAutomated Import Reference System (Canada)
AIRSAdvanced Internet Recruitment Strategies
AIRSAdvanced Infrared Sounder
AIRSAir Quality Subsystem (EPA)
AIRSAIDS Institute Reporting System (New York State Department of Health)
AIRSAdvanced Inertial Reference Sphere
AIRSArea Information Records System
AIRSAdvanced Incident Reporting System
AIRSAustralian Incident Reporting System
AIRSAuthorization of Internet Resources and Services
AIRSAnimated Infra-Red Spectroscopy
AIRSAtmospheric Information Retrieval System
AIRSAircraft Inventory Reporting System
AIRSAircooled Interstate Rescue Squad (VW club)
AIRSAutomated Inspection Reporting System (USMC)
AIRSAdvanced Inertial Reference System
AIRSAutomatic Image Retrieval System
AIRSAutomatic Information Retrieval System
AIRSAsset Integrity & Reliability Services (Vipac; Australia)
AIRSAlarm Identification Reporting System
AIRSAction Item Reporting System
AIRSAccident and Illness Reporting System
AIRSAirborne Integrated Reconnaissance System
AIRSAutomated Infrastructure Requirement System (DoD)
AIRSAmerican Inter-Tribal Radio Society
AIRSAMDF Interrogation and Retrieval System
AIRSAudit Integrated Reporting System
AIRSAuroral Ionospheric Remote Sensor
AIRSAirlift Information Reporting System
AIRSAirborne Infrared Radiometer System
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muttered Jo, rolling her eyes and clutching at the air, as she had seen a famous tragedian do.
And de Gineral, he knows what cookin' is," said Aunt Chloe, drawing herself up with an air.
Both her cast of form and feature, her complexion and her general air, suggested the idea of some Israelitish princess of the patriarchal days; and such was doubtless the character she intended to represent.
The sun might blaze overhead, the air be without a breath, the surface smooth and blue, but still these great rollers would be running along all the external coast, thundering and thundering by day and night; and I scarce believe there is one spot in the island where a man would be out of earshot of their noise.
The doors of the hall were thrown open, and the mild, balmy air of a clear spring morning was ventilating the apartment, where the vigilance of the ex-steward had been so long maintaining an artificial heat with such unremitted diligence.
So strong was the play-instinct in him, as well as was his constitution strong, that he continually outplayed Scraps to abject weariness, so that he could only lie on the deck and pant and laugh through air-draughty lips and dab futilely in the air with weak forepaws at Michael's continued ferocious-acted onslaughts.
The fresh air of the morning had penetrated the recess, and its influence was gradually felt on the spirits of its inmates.
With a start all glared at dark Ahab, who was surrounded by five dusky phantoms that seemed fresh formed out of air.
After a little more discourse in praise of gruel, with some wondering at its not being taken every evening by every body, he proceeded to say, with an air of grave reflection,
As there had been occasions when this same young gentleman had shrieked aloud with rage and had insisted that fresh air would give him cold and kill him, it is not to be wondered at that his doctor felt somewhat startled.
Stepping in for a moment at the open gate and looking around me with the uncomfortable air of a stranger who had no business there, I saw the auctioneer's clerk walking on the casks and telling them off for the information of a catalogue compiler, pen in hand, who made a temporary desk of the wheeled chair I had so often pushed along to the tune of Old Clem.
The youngest, who was the slave of his passions and of a very uncertain temper, became Prince of the Air.