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airspaces, plural;
  1. Space available in the atmosphere immediately above the earth
    • - temples and mosques fight for airspace with skyscrapers
  2. The air available to aircraft to fly in, esp. the part subject to the jurisdiction of a particular country
    • - the airliner was refused permission to enter Maltese airspace
  3. The right of a private landowner to the space above his land and any structures on it, which he can use for ordinary purposes such as the erection of signposts or fences

  4. Space left to be occupied by air for purposes of insulation

  1. the space in the atmosphere immediately above the earth
  2. the atmosphere above a nation that is deemed to be under its jurisdiction; "the plane was refused permission to enter Chinese airspace"
  3. Airspace means the portion of the atmosphere controlled by a country above its territory, including its territorial waters or, more generally, any specific three-dimensional portion of the atmosphere.
  4. (Air-spaced) This refers to the type of achromatic lens where the two components are just pressed together, not glued ('cemented') together. The air space between the two components of the lens can be so thin that the two components are touching.
  5. is equal to ½" to ¾" between the panes of glass in a window.
  6. A continuous volume of defined dimensions.
  7. Densities that appear fluffy (like clouds) that are indicative of consolidation.
  8. The cavity formed by the spacer bar between the two panes of glass in double-glazed units, is generally filled with air. The air can be replaced with argon for example, for enhanced thermal insulation or with sulphur hexafluoride for improved acoustic performance.
  9. This is a component placed at the perimeter of an insulting glass unit to separate lites – or single panes – of glass.
  10. The projected bank cubic yards (BCY) of the landfill to be filled with waste as determined by survey and/or other engineering techniques.
  11. Historically, one owned the airspace above a parcel of land "to the heavens". Today, airspace refers to the legal concept that a person who owns land also owns as much of the airspace above the land as he or she can effectively use.