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flight

n. running away or hiding by a person officially accused of a crime with the apparent intent of avoiding arrest or prosecution.

flight

noun absconding, avoidance, decampment, departing, departure, desertion, disappearance, effugium, elusion, evacuation, evasion, exodus, fleeing, fuga, hasty departure, hegira, leaving, removal, retreat, running away
Associated concepts: flight from justice, fugitive from justice, unlawful flight to avoid prosecution
See also: abandonment, desertion, evasion
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The Flug zeug brand features bags and sleeves made out of decommissioned life jackets, a necklace made from a life jacket capsule as well as the fashion belt with aircraft buckle in six different colours.
According to the magazine, Flug maintained a healthy inflation rate, helped the nation meet economic growth targets and achieve price stability.
TUI said the switch to an allBoeing fleet at Hapag-Lloyd Flug from a mixed fleet currently would enable it to achieve cost savings in operations, servicing and maintenance.
Flug and his group have been quick to note throughout that they are not "anti-development or anti-Trump," they are just seeking responsible development for the area.
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Born in Lodz, Poland, in 1925, Noach Flug was forced to move with his family to city's Jewish ghetto in 1940, following the German invasion of Poland.
Israel has announced the appointment of the country's deputy central bank chief, Karnit Flug, as the institution's new governor.
Stuart Eizenstat; Holocaust survivor leaders Roman Kent, Ben Helfgott, Noach Flug, and Marian Turski; Rabbi Andrew Baker and Amb.
Hapag-Lloyd Flug will concentrate on routes to Egypt and the Spanish Canary Islands while Air Berlin will focus on flights to the Spanish mainland, the Balearic Islands and Portugal.
Hapag-Lloyd Flug, a German carrier, recently took delivery of the first Next Generation Boeing 737-800 aircraft fitted with advanced-technology winglets to enter revenue service.
Israel's prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, and finance minister, Yair Lapid, have named Karnit Flug as the chief of Israel's central bank, filling the vacancy following the departure of Stanley Fischer at the end of June.
With the naming of Karnit Flug as the new governor of the Bank of Israel, the first woman ever appointed for the role, an awkward four-month saga reached an end Sunday.