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** and Planes
** Planes: Use fixed or flapping wings to generate lift.
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** On the Equilibrium of Planes
** The Supreme Being, The Cosmic Planes and God

** and piloted
** Mrkonjić Grad incident: A United States Air Force F-16 piloted by Captain Scott O ' Grady is shot down over Bosnia and Herzegovina while patrolling the NATO no-fly zone.
** On 17 January 1991, the first night of the Gulf War, an Iraqi MiG-25PD shot down a U. S. Navy F / A-18C ( piloted by Lt Cdr Scott Speicher ), which was lost southeast of Baghdad.
** A U. S. Navy F-4 Phantom II from piloted by Lieutenant Commander Harley Hall is shot down over South Vietnam near the Demilitarized Zone.
** Overlord ( exclusive to Japan, later released in Europe in 1991 )-was composed of two vehicles — a tank and jet — piloted by the husband and wife team of Lord Giga and Lady Mega, respectively-which can combine together to form either a giant robot or an advance base.
**: It is piloted by Red Mask.
**: It is piloted by Yellow Mask.
**: It is piloted by Pink Mask.

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** Aliens ( film ), a 1986 sequel by James Cameron
** Atlas Oryx, a medium-sized utility helicopter manufactured by the Atlas Aircraft Corporation of South Africa
** a peculiar pattern of dysarthria ( slurred speech, sometimes characterised by explosive variations in voice intensity despite a regular rhythm ).
** Alien abduction, memories of being taken by apparently nonhuman entities
** Child abduction, the abduction or kidnapping of a young child ( or baby ) by an older person
** Battle of Placentia — Emperor Aurelian is defeated by the Alemanni forces invading Italy
** Lollia Paulina as she was a rival for Claudius ’ hand in marriage as proposed by the freedman Callistus.
** edited by Immanuel Bekker, Oxford 1837 ( online )
** edited by Leonhard von Spengel, with commentary in Latin, Leipzig, 1847 ( online )
** edited by Manfred Fuhrmann, Bibliotheca Teubneriana, Leipzig, 1966, 2nd ed.
** edited by Pierre Chiron, Collection Budé, with French translation, Paris, 2002, ISBN 2-251-00498-X
** translated by E. S.
** The Aquila Lander is a light shuttle used by the Imperial Navy
** 64-bit kernel, installed but not activated by default
** The Artistic License ( the original Artistic License 1. 0, the one which is still used by Perl and CPAN )
** The Artistic License 2. 0 ( used by Parrot )
** " ABC " ( song ), a 1970 song by The Jackson 5
** Waterhouse – Friderichsen syndrome is adrenal gland failure due to bleeding into the adrenal glands, caused by severe bacterial infection.
** Samlede Skrifter, edited by F. C. Bornemann ( Copenhagen, 1883 )
** Chromatic aberration, caused by differences in refractive index for different wavelengths of light
** Near-open front unrounded vowel, the vowel sound represented by the æ symbol
** Adobe Illustrator Artwork. ai file format, the native file format used by Adobe Illustrator
** AGA cooker, a cooker currently manufactured by Aga Rangemaster Group
** May be caused by mass effect or venous dilatations.
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** and Major
** Atlas Major, a Standard Motor Company van 1962 – 1963
** Dedication of Saint Mary Major ( Catholic Church )
** Major Codes of Jewish Law and Custom
** Major storms: thunderstorms, tornadoes, and hurricanes
** Major climate groups
** Major League Baseball-Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig called off games for one day, extending cancellations for three days, then all games through September 16 were postponed.
** Major sports championship since the 49ers won Super Bowl XXIX in 1995.
** Major sports championship since the 49ers win in Super Bowl XXIX.
** Clay Buchholz, Major League Baseball Pitcher
** Major Edmund Lockyer arrives at King George Sound to take possession of the western part of Australia, establishing a settlement near Albany.
** The United States Army suspends Gene C. McKinney, Sergeant Major of the Army, its top-ranking enlisted soldier, after hearing allegations of sexual misconduct.
** A military coup in Sierra Leone replaces President Ahmad Tejan Kabbah with Major Johnny Paul Koromah.
** Mariano Rivera, Panamanian Major League Baseball player
** Kasey Keller, American Major League Soccer player
** Joe Randa, American Major League Baseball player and radio talk-show host
** Jack Fisher, former American Major League baseball pitcher
** Rich Garcia, American Major League Baseball Umpire
** John Major, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
** Members of the Provisional Irish Republican Army shoot and kill Major Michael Dillon-Lee and Private William Robert Davies of the British Army.
** Major League Soccer kicks off in front of an overflow crowd of 31, 683 packed in Spartan Stadium, to witness the historic first game.
** Bump Hadley, Major League Baseball pitcher ( b. 1904 )
** Giovanni Carrara, Venezuelan Major League Baseball player
** Sammy Sosa, Dominican Major League Baseball player
** The United Kingdom general election is narrowly won by the Conservative Party led by Prime Minister of the United Kingdom John Major.

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