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n. (plural of plane English) vb. (en-third-person singular of: plane)


Planès is a commune in the Pyrénées-Orientales department in southern France.

Planes (genus)

Planes is a genus of crabs in the family Grapsidae that currently comprises three extant species: Planes minutus (Linnaeus, 1758), Planes marinus Rathbun, 1914, and Planes major (=cyaneus) (MacLeay, 1838). A further fossil species is known from the Middle Miocene of the Caucasus.

Planes (film)

Planes is a 2013 American 3D computer-animated sports comedy film produced by DisneyToon Studios and released by Walt Disney Pictures. It is a spin-off of Pixar's Cars franchise and the first film in a planned Planes trilogy. Despite not being produced by Pixar, the film was co-written and executive produced by Pixar and Walt Disney Animation Studios' chief creative officer John Lasseter, who directed the Cars films. The film stars the voices of Dane Cook, Stacy Keach, Priyanka Chopra, Brad Garrett, Teri Hatcher, Danny Mann, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Roger Craig Smith, John Cleese, Carlos Alazraqui, Val Kilmer, and Anthony Edwards.

Like many of DisneyToon's films, it was initially set to be released as a direct-to-video film, but was instead theatrically released on August 9, 2013 in the Disney Digital 3D and RealD 3D formats. The film grossed $239.3 million worldwide on a $50 million budget. A sequel, titled Planes: Fire & Rescue, was theatrically released on July 18, 2014.

Planes (song)

"Planes" (later stylized as "Planez" to avoid a lawsuit) is a song by American singer Jeremih from his third studio album, Late Nights. It features American rapper J. Cole, and was released as the second single from the album. The original version of the song featured a verse from fellow Chicago native Chance The Rapper. The single garnered Jeremih's first career Grammy nomination for Best R&B Performance at the 58th Annual Grammy Awards which was held in February 2016.

Usage examples of "planes".

And she had a new and secret device called radar, whereby, according to those who understood and believed in it, planes, ships and coastal areas could be made out, ranges and bearings accurately measured to them and the enemy found in the blackest darkness or the thickest fog.

On both bows were catapults, across the after third stretched the cables of the arresting gear, and forward, aft, and amidships a heavy-duty elevator took planes from the flight deck to the cavernous hangar deck below it, crammed with parked aircraft and lined with shops for storage, repair or rearming.

Then in midmorning the sound of planes came from astern and in a few minutes they were circling overhead.

Harden picked up the planes as they turned left again toward the ship and with positive movements of the paddles in his hands he told the pilots how the approach was progressing.

The Marine pilots had only recently received their planes and had been able to get no more than fifteen or twenty hours of flight time in them with no instruction in bombing, gunnery or carrier operations.

Young was close enough to notice planes circling the Marine Corps Air Station at Ewa.

While he was wondering how he was going to get into Ford Island through the flak, and thinking that, if this were target practice, every safety precaution he knew was being violated, one of the Army planes he had noticed broke away from the others and swept down on him.

During the last shattering, bloody hour he had forgotten there could be any planes at Pearl Harbor not actively seeking his death.

Both pilots bad their planes riddled and were forced to bail out at low altitude.

They managed to get nine planes out on a search sector from northwest to northeast, but they found nothing.

Eager, nervous fingers were on the firing keys that first night of the war and only at a dangerously late moment did Gunnery Control receive word that the approaching planes were friendly.

Out of this now mysterious ocean had come the planes that smashed Pearl Harbor.

But even with that advantage sleep had been nearly impossible with the repeated nightlong rattle of small-arms fire from nervous sentries, and in the early dawn they had returned on foot to their planes armed with the proper password and personally escorted by the brigadier general commanding the field.

Enemy planes of that type were known to be in the area, but this one did not have enemy markings.

Halfway through the turn a nervous trigger finger sprayed tracers among the planes of Scouting Six.