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Air is the name given to the Earth's atmosphere.

Air may also refer to:

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Other musicEdit

  • Air (music), a song-like vocal or instrumental composition
  • Air de cour, secular vocal music in France in the late Renaissance and early Baroque period
  • Air guitar, a form of dance and movement in which a performer pretends to play an imaginary guitar

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Other arts, entertainment, and mediaEdit

Brands and enterprisesEdit

Computing and technologyEdit

Science and healthcareEdit

SportsEdit

  • Air, a range of boardsport tricks consisting of jumps without rotation
  • "Airs" above the ground, a term used in dressage

TechnologyEdit

  • Active Infrared, combines infrared illumination of spectral range 700–1,000 nm (just below the visible spectrum of the human eye) with CCD cameras sensitive to this light
  • Air conditioning, any form of cooling, heating, ventilation or disinfection that modifies the condition of air
  • Air injection reactor, a very early automobile emissions control system
  • Air-to-air rocket or air interception rocket, an unguided projectile fired from aircraft to engage other flying targets

TransportationEdit

  • AIR, National Rail code of Airbles railway station, in Motherwell, Scotland
  • AIR-X, USSR aircraft series by Yakovlev, stands for Alexei Ivanovich Rykov, one of the communist leaders

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