Therefore, when OPAIN built a new maintenance area on the west end of the airport, it included an aircraft run-up facility with a sound barrier, the latter of which was designed and built by Nevada, USA-based Blast Deflectors, Inc (BDI).
What does R/U stand for?
R/U stands for Run-Up
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- Any Weight
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Winter officially arrived yesterday, but the country has enjoyed one of the warmest run-ups to the season on record.
The batsmen were soon out in the nets, with Kevin Pietersen taking on the bowling machine, while England's attack, such as Stuart Broad, were testing out their run-ups before the series begins in earnest.
Heavy overnight rain left the ground saturated and with no covers on the run-ups the Bears were understandably not prepared to risk their seamers in a very low-key workout.
Both ends of the bowlers' run-ups the other night were just not up to scratch and that was the main reason why the umpires did not rule the ground fit.
A wet patch on one of the bowlers' run-ups left the 20,000 Old Trafford crowd frustrated at seeing no action.
After Sunday's match was abandoned seven balls into the England reply, last night's day/night clash went the same way at 8pm local time after officials ruled that the bowlers' run-ups were waterlogged.