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fly someone or something (into some place) (from some place)

 and fly someone or something in
to transport someone or something to some place from some place. We flew the documents into Adamsville from Springfield. We flew in the documents to Chicago from Springfield.

fly

1. mod. knowledgeable; alert and in the know. This dude is fly; there’s no question about it.
2. mod. nice-looking; stylish. I like your fly shoes, Sam.

fly

/blow the coop
To make a getaway; escape.
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He already qualified in the 200 fly and 200 freestyle as he continues his transformation from swimming middle distances to sprints.
This approach provides an easy out if you read it closely: Ask for direct CILEG instead and fly the NoPT transition.
However, by first doing single-joint flys (where triceps are virtually excluded), the chest muscles are directly targeted.
This is what our class thinks Ramona's class learned in their fruit fly experiment because we learned it in ours.
Hi Fly is an all-Airbus operator and the two additional A330s will join its existing fleet of 14 Airbus widebody aircraft.
MANCHESTER Orchestra have confirmed that new album Cope will be out on April 1 followed by a brief UK tour, including Birmingham's Glee Club on Tuesday, April 8, before they fly out for a raft of American dates.
The 'Flying Alarm Clock' emits the high pitched beep of a standard alarm clock - but alongside the buzz of a miniature helicopter which takes off and flys around the room.
com) flys ex-Manchester to Auckland via Dubai in Sept from pounds 973pp [bar] Wales Pool D Games: Sept 11 South Africa, Wellington; Sept 18 Samoa, Hamilton; Sept 26 Namibia, New Plymouth; Oct 2, Fiji, Hamilton.
Ond wedi bodio dalennau''r gyfrol hardd hon, dwi flys ail gychwyn yn y dechrau.
Luke Morris, completing a quickfire double at odds of 194-1 after success on Night Lily, was first to cut for home in the straight and found a willing partner in the Jeff Smith homebred, who cosily held the late run of Rosco FlyS er.
He still goes to the hobby shop and buys airplanes and flys them.
Carmen Flys Junquera's chapter is the one that most clearly exemplifies the potential and eclecticism of contemporary short fiction.
There won't be a dry Irish eye in the Cotswolds if Moscow flys up the hill to win his third Champion Chase.
His lone hit, a single off Seattle's Joel Pineiro, wasn't exactly well-struck, and six of his 16 outs have been lazy pop flys.
He and tailor Jacob Davis patented the idea of putting in rivets to strengthen the pockets and flys of denim work trousers and laid one of the foundation stones of modern fashion.