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show me run
 n.— «“We have what is called a show me run, where our lead plane pilot (in a smaller plane) shows us where he wants us to drop,” Colonel Barkdull said. “He describes the start point and where he wants the line to run, and advises us on wind conditions and hazards.”» —“Firefighting mission takes C-130 to its limits” by Luke Johnson in Sacramento, California Air Force LInk July 18, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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