aerially aerially


  • (adv) by means of aircraft


  1. One day low hanging clouds obscured most of the surrounding terrain, an important drawback because the expedition's scientific aim was to map aerially 250 sq.
  2. James Poniewozik - 6:30 PM: E! unveils the Startracker, technology that allows them to aerially pinpoint any celeb on the red carpet.


  • Ada County to aerial spray for mosquitoes

    To combat the increasing number of West Nile virus infected mosquitoes and to reduce the high probability of human infection, Ada County this week will aerially spray a pesticide.
    on August 22, 2013     Source: The Idaho Statesman


  1. "Primarily we see him as a six/eight," the forwards coach Steve Hansen said of Vito. "Not only is he a good ball-player, he's good aerially at lineout time and his work ethic around the park is good, he is high in tackle numbers. His work...
    on May 30, 2010 By: Steve Hansen Source: The Guardian

  2. Southgate said: "He gives them a threat aerially in the box, which they did not have before. He was very impressive, certainly in the first half an hour, at St James' the other night, but that's for us to deal with and make sure we get the better of...
    on Dec 8, 2007 By: Gareth Southgate Source:

  3. "The Germans exploited the set pieces aerially, so that's something we looked at and we'll take it on board," Socceroos assistant coach Graham Arnold said. "But you can't take everything as gospel in friendly matches either. (Japanese coach)...
    on May 31, 2006 By: Graham Arnold Source: The Age

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