On September 22 NATO fighter jets were scrambled
to intercept one A-50 flying from Kaliningrad to mainland Russia (with a flight plan, not using onboard transponder, keeping radio contact with air traffic control), and one Tu-134 which flew from Kaliningrad to mainland Russia without a flight plan, with switched on onboard transponder and maintaining radio contact.
By the time he returned my scrambled
egg was a pancake.
For plain scrambled
eggs I like to add a little knob of butter or a splash of cream at the end to give the eggs a rich, creamy finish.
By adding the cream you lower the temperature and stop the cooking process, leaving a soft, subtle, velvety scrambled
egg that is not rubbery, grey or over cooked.
Japan's Air Self-Defense Force (ASDF) scrambled
aircraft 220 times in fiscal 1998, 60 more than in the previous year, the Air Staff Office said Friday.
His Act I fight with Jonathan Harker (John Welker) was spine chilling, as Harker, shiftless but otherwise in business attire, scrambled
on the defensive, looking horrified, small, and achingly vulnerable, especially against the larger-than-life hollows of Lez Brotherston's chilling set.
Or that two scrambled
eggs have more calories--and fat--than four strips of bacon?
According to a representative with the Cellular Centre in Sudbury, a call scrambled
by an EPU can be received by a cellular phone which is not EPU-equipped.
From September 11 to 17 fighter aircraft conducting the NATO Air Policing Mission in the Baltic states were scrambled
eight times to intercept military aircraft of the Russian Federation in international airspace over the Baltic Sea.
based Crystal Farms has introduced Crystal Farms Scrambled
2 eggs scrambled
with 20g butter and milk on slice of buttered white toast, cup of tea.
TWO lifeboats, a rescue helicopter and coastguard teams were scrambled
after two people were spotted cut off by the tide last night.