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There was one plane of terror still in the sky then, one more commercial jetliner turned into a giant missile loaded with transcontinental fuel and only 45 passengers and another band of methodical and suicidal hijackers, four of them.Sept. 11, 2001: An ordinary work day, then surreal scenes of dread and death|David Maraniss|September 10, 2021|Washington Post
You could pull up stakes and go to the movies, as you might take a transcontinental train ride or climb a mountain.This Summer, We’re Going to Go to the Movies More—and Love It More|Stephanie Zacharek|May 12, 2021|Time
It can carry 120 to 200 passengers and has a range of more than 2,000 nautical miles, making it viable for transcontinental flights.Check out Airbus’s concepts for the world’s first ‘zero-emission commercial aircraft’|David Meyer|September 21, 2020|Fortune
Hannah Hart recently finished a transcontinental tour that linked with other emerging web video artists.
A solar-powered plane that can fly through the night has started its slow transcontinental journey.
Transcontinental rail was a great idea in the 19th century, when it was actually the fastest way to get from point A to Point B.
Then there was that amazing by-product of the Civil War, the Transcontinental Railroad.
The most remarkable fact about the Transcontinental Railroad was how well Americans understood its purpose, and its benefits.
He was dressed in khaki—a garb much affected by transcontinental automobile tourists.Mystery Ranch|Arthur Chapman
They were seated now in the conference room of Transcontinental Airways.Islands of Space|John W Campbell
As the train began its long transcontinental journey, Jim would not have exchanged places with any man on earth.Still Jim|Honor Willsie Morrow
Bucks is second vice-president—which means the boss—of a transcontinental line now, and a very great swell.The Nerve of Foley|Frank H. Spearman
The fashion had been set by James J. Hill, the master mind in the transcontinental field.Railroads: Rates and Regulations|William Z. Ripley