chinook in Japanese
Chinook took hits from small arms, RPGs.
Endosulfan levels in Chinook and sockeye salmon, Cook Inlet Alaska ranged from 252 to 1610 ng kg-1.
Throughout the time of the embargo, the Security Council Committee withheld approval for the maintenance of five air ambulance aircraft, two each of the Beechcraft and Dolphin types and one of the Chinook type.
(hereinafter BASF), Bioproducts Incorporated (hereinafter Bioproducts), Chinook Group Limited Partnership and Chinook Group Limited, jointly and severally (hereinafter Chinook), DuCoa L.P.
And, general, fuel up the Chinooks on the Peleliu.
Bioproducts and Chinook also commented following the hearing on the issue of immunity from fines.
CANADA: Modernized its lift capability with U.S. Army Chinook (CH-47D) helicopters.
Calgary is home to a unique phenomena called the Chinook wind which raises temperatures more than 20 degrees in one day, turning wintry weather into spring skies.
Chinook S.p.a., a leader in the distribution and sale of components for the vast air compressor assembly market, can claim to be reference point in the sector.
Each Chinook is refueled after every mission
large Pacific salmon valued as food; adults die after spawning: Oncorhynchus tshawytscha, quinnat salmon, salmon, king salmon, Oncorhynchus, genus Oncorhynchus, chinook salmon
pink or white flesh of large Pacific salmon: Oncorhynchus tshawytscha, quinnat salmon, salmon, king salmon, chinook salmon
a member of an important North American Indian people who controlled the mouth of the Columbia river; they were organized into settlements rather than tribes: Penutian
a warm dry wind blowing down the eastern slopes of the Rockies: air current, chinook wind, current of air, snow eater, wind