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Definition of Airing

Airing

  1. of Air
  2. A walk or a ride in the open air; a short excursion for health's sake.
  3. An exposure to air, or to a fire, for warming, drying, etc.; as, the airing of linen, or of a room.

Airing Quotations

The goal of higher education should be to champion the airing of all honest viewpoints. Nothing less is acceptable.
Bill O'Reilly

The Internet community started forming right when 'Buffy' started airing, and the notion of a show creator being anything other than a name people recognize on the screen was completely new.
Joss Whedon

I never wanted to dilute my private passion for the art by airing and arguing it in public.
James Broughton

When you're shooting a network television show it inevitably starts airing a few episodes in, and depending on the ratings and the response from the public, you find yourself tweaking your performance or the scripts go in a different direction.
Lizzy Caplan

We exercise great caution in airing an audio- or videotape released by a terrorist organization holding a hostage. These are decisions made by CNN's editorial staff and not by any third party.
Jim Walton
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