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Definition of the noun Air Rage
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- [idiomatic] Disruptive behaviour on an aircraft.
"Air Rage" is a 2001 action adventure video written by Sean O'Bannon and directed by Fred Olen Ray.
- also known as Purple Heart
- country: United States of America
- language: English Language
- producers: Don Key Jr., Alison Semenza, Jim Wynorski
- executive producer: Alan B. Bursteen
- production design by Beth Wooke
- written by Sean O'Bannon
- casting by Jeff Gerrard & Garrard Glenn
- cinematography by Mac Ahlberg
- edited by Vanick Moradian & Sabastian James
- music by David Wurst, Eric Wurst
- costume design by Robert Constant
- genres: Action Film, Adventure Film
- released on (13 years ago)
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True Stories of CSI (2008)
The Real Crimes Behind the Best Episodes of the Popular TV Show by Katherine Ramsland
However, inside an aircraft, where changing air pressure inside the cabin can affect both physical and psychological states, particularly causing a rush of anxiety, air rage is a greater problem. The person cannot simply be stopped and ticketed ...
by Julia Cresswell
Road rage is first recorded in 1988, since when many other kinds of rage have been reported, among them air rage, trolley rage in a supermarket, and even golf rage.
by Fellow of the British Academy and Senior Research Fellow Jeremy Butterfield, Jeremy Butterfield
In a disturbing development, we find references to rage in other contexts, above all air rage (violently irate behaviour by passengers in aircraft). Other contexts include cycle rage, golf rage, lane rage (in swimming pools), phone rage ...
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Air Rage (Airlines ): A phenomenon in which airline passengers express an uncontrolled anger in ...
by David Levinson
and “air rage” (unruly passengers ...
by Verité Reily Collins
air rage (n) term used to describe when a pax becomes violently abusive during a flight. airship (n) large, elongated balloon containing a gas that is lighter ...
by Allan Beaver
air rage Non-specific term for disorderly behaviour by air passengers, often as a result of excessive alcohol intake.
by Mary Zeiss Stange, Carol K. Oyster, Jane E. Sloan
Passengers' dissatisfaction with overbooked and overcrowded flights increasingly turns to air rage, and flight attendants ...
by Cindy C. Combs, Martin W. Slann
This message could have been interpreted by the flight crew as an air rage incident, requiring that the pilot exit the cabin to confront the problem.
Includes Abbreviations, Geographical Names, Foreign Words and Phrases, Forms of Address, Weights and Measures, Signs and Symbols by Albert Morehead, Philip D. Morehead, Loy Morehead
air rage, frustration leading to violence resulting from being confined in an aircraft . — air strip, runway, esp. when there is only one. — get the air, (Slang) be dismissed. — in the air, 1, rumored. 2, uncertain. air'borne" (-born") adj. supported by ...
Chambers concise dictionary (2004)
air rage > n, colloq uncontrolled anger or aggression on an aeroplane that endangers the safety of fellow passengers.
Luxury Edition by Angus Stevenson, Maurice Waite
air rage n. sudden violent anger or aggressive behaviour provoked ...
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Anagrams of AIR RAGE
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- AIR GEAR
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