The nuclear rocket reactor first ejected large chunks of its radioactive fuel out into the open air.
“The idea is to get out in the open air, have a picnic,” Wrigley said.
They are being forced into open air prisons to make room for Israel's wall, religiously-exclusive housing, and armories.
Measuring 2,500 sq ft, the suite boasts three bedrooms, a fruit garden, an open air shower and its own lotus pond.
Hugh had never enjoyed the open air more than during this drive.
Most of the Raymounts were already in the open air, and Hester was the only one in the room.
There is no opening in the roof, all cooking being done in the open air in summer.
So they decided to take him out by force, and two men dragged him into the open air.
In New Guinea you eat your Christmas dinner in the open air, with the thermometer at over 100° in the shade.
Her life, claimed by the open air, had its reward—the saddle is no cradle for weaklings.