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They can compensate for strong crosswinds without being blown off course, and they can fly an average of 7 meters per second, "much faster than anyone really expected," says Osborne.
Like a boat that has been blown off course or tipped over on its side, the ADA needs to be "righted" so that it can accomplish the lofty and laudable objectives that led Congress to enact it.
Michalak has more reason than most to want revenge, having kicked like a demon throughout the tournament until being blown off course by the wind and rain of Sydney.
Ports and ferries operator P&O said today passenger numbers had been blown off course by tourists opting to stay at home in the wake of the Iraq war.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-31 January 2002-UPDATE: 'Isabella' was blown off course by strong wind - report (C)1994-2002 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
It makes for some good learning,'' quarterbacks coach Stan Parrish said Monday, having seen numerous passes blown off course.
It is blown off course and deposited near an obscure island.
It is believed the bird was blown off course during migration.
However, the latest report added: "Despite some considerable disappointment and disbelief at the outcomes of the inspection in June, senior leaders have not allowed themselves to be blown off course or distracted away from the task in hand.
It's time that our councils threw out the brash salesmanship of the wind power companies and got on with supporting environmentally clean and sustainable forms of energy conversion, so that our house prices and small tourist projects are not blown off course.