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noise corridor
 n.— «Even if the council doesn’t adopt the noise corridor, louder aircraft could be assigned here, says More. “The military can still change missions in the future and issue new noise contours, and then the city would have to adopt those. What we’re trying to do is plan ahead.”» —“Flight Fight” by Tim Vanderpool Tucson Weekly (Ariz.) Sept. 23, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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