trap
 n.— «She had made more than 50 day and night “traps,” as the carrier landings are called. And, along with her fellow pilots, she was continually honing her skills.» —“Express-News archives: Pioneer S.A. female combat pilot missing at sea” by Marina Pisano Express-News (San Antonio, Texas) Mar. 30, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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