jettison : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v throw away, of something encumbering
- v throw as from an airplane
- She went on to found Dump Run, a nonprofit that has advised more than 30 institutions on how to salvage what students jettison, including some truly trashy items.
- Or will it have to jettison urgent social objectives at home for stern and insistent commitments abroad? It was increasingly clear that the attainment of all these elusive .
- It shows the lunar module strut and the jettison bag, which was used to hold empty food containers and other unwanted items.
News & Articles
- DirecTV Disses Broadcasters
DirecTV says it's time for Congress to step in and either jettison broadcast regulations altogether or make must-carry/retransmission laws smarter to reflect the marketplace, Broadcast & Cable reports.
June 12, 2013 - Los Angeles Business Journal
- Retiring astronaut Hadfield calls 'Space Odyssey' most realistic sci-fi
Preparing to jettison from the Canadian Space Agency, Chris Hadfield reflects on Kubrick's epic film and his youth on a corn farm watching "Star Trek" reruns. Originally posted at Crave
June 10, 2013 - CNET
- Critics: Reconsider eliminating Planning and Zoning Commission
A Town Council proposal to jettison a key advisory board has generated critical feedback from the Palm Beach Civic Association and from Martin Klein, the longest-serving member of the Planning and Zoning Commission and its former chairman. Bob Wright, chairman and CEO of the civic association, and Klein have urged the council to reconsider its May 8 decision to discard the zoning commission ...
June 9, 2013 - Palm Beach Daily News
- Joss Whedon in CTV.ca
I took the overreaching arc I was headed toward in the TV show and made that the plot of the movie,Whedon said. "I had to jettison or streamline plenty of things. It's two totally different mediums, and you've got to respect that. A TV...