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take-off

part of the horse's jumping gait, the lifting of the forequarters off the ground and the thrust from the hindlegs at the beginning of the jump.
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The main idea of this web service is to overcome avoidance behavior, with which fearful travelers are so familiar," says Alex Gervash, TakeOff Project founder.
The contract is for the implementation of forest services in Gorce Forestry in 2015 under the Takeoff attached hereto.
solution, is a digital estimating and takeoff software for the construction industry.
Dash 2 had actually aborted their takeoff for what felt like a surging or failing engine.
2006) Changes in long jump takeoff technique with increasing run-up speed.
Shortly after ( the) Kingfisher flightC* ( was) cleared for takeoff by the Mumbai ATC around 13.
De-icing treatment of an aircraft before takeoff takes between 20 and 30 minutes.
The controller said in a transmission to the plane, ''Expect immediate takeoff,'' to indicate that the aircraft would soon receive formal authorization to take off, without realizing that the terminology is generally used by the control tower only when granting or canceling permission to take off.
You reach a point in takeoff when it is unlikely that anything can go wrong but if things do go wrong, they can go wrong very quickly.
Its triangular wings are fine in flight, but they add weight to the rear of the craft during takeoffs and landings.
Campbell showcases the slow-flying Fi 156 Storch which was designed by Gerhard Fieseler and Reinhard Mewes as a short takeoff and landing aircraft and was a very popular such model in the Germany military and governmental airforce during World War II.
Principle 5: Solicit student feedback prior to course takeoff.