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dive bomber

adjective A descriptive term referring to a sound heard by electromyography that corresponds to a myotonic response-delayed relaxation of the muscle after a maintained contraction or twitch, which is elicited by movement of the needle electrode in the muscle as well as on percussion. In the myotonias (dystrophia myotonica, paramyotonia and myotonia congenita), prolonged trains of potentials occur in response to movement of the electrode.
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At left, John Hinton works on the canopy of an American WWII training plane made to look like a Japanese dive bomber.
In the course of the action they shot down two intercepting Corsairs losing one fighter and one dive bomber.
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in 1944, he was assigned to a Dive Bomber Squadron as a gunner.
They used the dreaded Stuka dive bomber to bomb Poland and Russia.
Referee Bruce Robertson is perfectly positioned as Coventry's Mike Buckingham, Henno Venter and Jon Higgins combine to halt a Bees attack' DIVE BOMBER.
Upgrade points will be awarded at the end of each mission, these can be used to buy a better fighter, dive bomber or torpedo plane with which to fight the next battle.
Joseph Reginald Cromwell of the Royal Engineers was killed by a Stuka dive bomber as he tried to rescue a child in Belgium in May, 1940.
Similarly the Golden Eagle, filmed in flight with an 'on-board' camera, homes in on its prey - in this case a doomed hare - and with dive bomber precision strikes.
The star of the show will be the all new Dive Bomber, the first of its kind in the world.
DIVE BOMBER Fergus McFadden celebrates his try, inset, against Racing LETHAL Kearney gets second try