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In mid flight they tuck their arms and legs close to the body ; they are then brought out at the last second to grab the branch.
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By the mid 1980s, top gymnasts routinely performed flight series and multiple aerial elements on beam.
While white flight and other demographic changes in nearby Indianapolis greatly enlarged the city of Carmel and the town of Fishers in Hamilton County, especially since the imposition of Unigov in 1970, Zionsville had remained a much smaller locale until growth began to pick up into the mid to late 1990s.
The aircraft suffered an explosive decompression from an incorrectly repaired aft pressure bulkhead, which failed in mid flight and destroyed most of its vertical stabilizer, and severed all of the hydraulic lines, making the 747 virtually uncontrollable.
Despite her comeback, she was still battling with addiction in the mid 1980s, at one point breaking her jaw tripping on a flight of stairs while under the influence.
Also in Britain Percy Pilcher, who had worked for Maxim and had built and successfully flown several gliders during the mid to late 1890s, constructed a prototype powered aircraft in 1899 which, recent research has shown, would have been capable of flight.
Other uses of the jumpcut include Vincent Gallo's short " Flying Christ " in which various shots of " christ " jumping are cut together as he is in mid jump, creating the illusion of flight.
He has used this ability multiple times to stop several bullets in mid flight, first against the Agents and again against the Merovingian.
By the mid 1950s, two designs had been shown to have a lift-to-drag ratio suitable for supersonic cruise, a sharply swept " M-wing " pioneered at Armstrong-Whitworth for slightly-supersonic flight, and very slender delta wings suitable for a wide range of speeds.
The figure wore the classic blue-black flight uniform from World War II with two additional outfits and accessory sets included: Blackhawk's red and green uniform from the mid to late 1960s, and an Arctic survival uniform in sky blue.
Lonchakov is pictured translating through the passageway between the mid deck and flight deck of Space Shuttle Endeavour.
At the time Miss Hobart disappeared the design of the aircraft was not suspect, and it was thought that an accident may have occurred when Captain Jenkins and the wireless operator / assistant pilot Victor Holyman ( one of the proprietors of Holyman Airways ) were swapping seats in mid flight.
Lowe opted to wait for mid 1861 to attempt the flight, but upon a suggestion from Prof. Joseph Henry at the Smithsonian Institution Lowe took the smaller balloon Enterprise to Cincinnati for a test flight that would return him to the East Coast.
By the mid 1970s the package holiday had become popular in the UK and in 1976 the first holiday charter flight to the Iberian Peninsula departed Leeds Bradford.
After World War II, 1860 played in the top flight Oberliga Süd as a mid-table side, suffering relegation for a period of three years in the mid 1950s.
In the mid 1990s, the evolution of the Internet and modern flight simulators allowed users to fly together using multiplayer functions of the simulators.
In combination with urban decay after white flight out of older city areas in the mid to late 1960s, changing economics forced these theatres to either close or offer something that television could not.
After a spell with 66 Squadron on Sopwith Pups, he was appointed as a flight commander with 56 Squadron, flying SE5as in mid 1917.
The species is bivoltine, with the first flight period occurring from late May to early June, and the second from late July to mid August.
They were relegated after just one season in the top flight ( their first since 1983 – 84 ), but Ince helped them beat his old club Manchester United 1 – 0 in mid January and chose to stay with Wolves despite their relegation.
The missile is guided in flight by two vanes located at mid body which act against the main rocket motors thrust.
PAS languished in the lower rungs of Greek football from the mid 1980s onwards, having only managed to stubbornly climb back up to the top flight for a single season in 1990 before being immediately demoted.
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If the Byzantines adopted the crescent and star as a symbol of their city after the events of the mid 4th century BC, one is forced to wonder why they waited several hundred years before putting the symbol on only some of their coins.
When Defoe visited in the mid 1720s, he claimed that the hostility towards his party was, " because they were English and because of the Union, which they were almost universally exclaimed against ".
Banks met his wife Ursula while on national service in Germany during the mid 1950s and they married after he returned to England.
While horses in the wild mate and foal in mid to late spring, in the case of horses domestically bred for competitive purposes, especially horse racing and various futurities, it is desirable that they be born as close to January 1 in the northern hemisphere or August 1 in the southern hemisphere as possible, so as to be at an advantage in size and maturity when competing against other horses in the same age group.
These models of PowerBooks were much sleeker and faster than the 100 series, which they replaced as the mid and high-end models.
In the mid 19th century they had enjoyed a period of considerable political influence, but in the late 19th century the government became much less open to them.
By the mid 1870s, most scientists accepted evolution, but relegated natural selection to a minor role as they believed evolution was purposeful and progressive.
) Though always considered a side item, they continued with their crayons through the mid 40s with the introduction of their Color-Glo Eagle crayons.
When European American white settlers first arrived in the Owens Valley in the mid – 19th century, they found a number of large Paiute villages in the Manzanar area.
At this stage, it wasn't clear what atoms were-although they could be described and classified by their observable properties in bulk ; summarized by the developing periodic table, by John Newlands and Dmitri Mendeleyev around the mid to late 19th century.
In Tasmania specimens are to be seen in private and public gardens, as they were popular in the mid Victorian era.
While the 5. 7L was also offered on the 1980 Cadillac, Buick, Pontiac, and Chevy Impala, they were soon discontinued by all divisions by the mid 80s.
For example a number of explorers who visited the area in the mid 1800s ( e. g. Emmanuel Domenech, Howard Stansbury, Jules Rémy ) noted an abundance of yellow-flowered " onions " on several of the islands, which they identified as Calochortus luteus.
In Australia, they are usually at their peak in late December, in southern Europe in June, in North America in June, in south British Columbia ( Canada ) in July to mid August, and in the UK in mid July.
Modern, Internet-wide, GUI-based messaging clients as they are known today, began to take off in the mid 1990s with PowWow, ICQ, and AOL Instant Messenger.
Then, during the early to mid 1900s, the more distinct features of E. granulosus and E. multilocularis, their life cycles and how they cause disease were more fully described as more and more people began researching and performing experiments and studies.
It was only in the mid 1930's when both the CCP and KMT realised the future strategic importance of Taiwan that they altered their party positions to make a claim on Taiwan as a part of China.
In the mid 1930s, he began working for a Sydney-based fetish club as an illustrator and photographer ; around this time he began a relationship with Holly Faram, one of his models, and they married in 1942.
When the Taliban emerged in the mid 1990s, Karzai initially recognized them as a legitimate government because he thought that they would stop the violence and corruption in his country.