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Every plane that could fly was sent into the air.
The expression was his trade-mark, his open sesame to good luck, and his prayer that pilot and plane would always return.
From the time the chocks were pulled until the plane was out of sight, he knew Donovan would keep his back to the strip.
He wondered where the superstition had originated that it was bad luck for a crew chief to watch his plane take off on a combat mission.
The RAF was Britain's weapon of attrition, and flying a fighter plane was the way her sons could serve her best at this point in the war.
And he knew that the men talked about him behind his back, saying that he was one up on everybody else -- including the pilot of the plane with the swastika on it -- because he was chemically incapable of fear.
Another evidence of the spreading rule of reason was provided from Mexico City with the daily hijacking of an American plane by a demented Algerian with a gun.
The U.N.-chartered plane which was flying from the conference city of Ndola in Northern Rhodesia had been riddled with machinegun bullets last weekend and was newly repaired.
It was getting on toward 7 o'clock and the German Me-210 plane had been and gone on its eighth straight visit.
And in the dark days after the Great Flood of 1927 -- the worst natural disaster in the state's history -- the little plane was its sole replacement in carrying the United States mails.
The first few days Bob Fogg set his plane down on Towne field back of the State House when the wind was right, and used Wilson flat above Barre when it wasn't.
Tracks in the snow showed the plane was airborne in less than a hundred feet.
But in the plane there was a concrete reason for it.
Their flight was delayed, Dunn said, when a boarding ramp inflicted some minor damage to the wing of the plane.
To Rickards, a 52-year-old veteran 30 years in the air, it was an old story: His plane was being hijacked in mid-flight again much as it had happened in 1930, when Peruvian rebels made him land a Ford tri-motor at Arequipa.
Everybody else was allowed to file off the plane after it touched down at El Paso at 4:18 a.m..
At 12:50 p.m. a ramp was rolled up to the plane.
I was twenty-one back then, in the army, and fog put our plane down at Orly instead of Rhine-Main.
I had a pocketful of money, which was unusual when I was in the army, and the plane would be grounded all night.

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Word of Dag Hammarskjold's death in an African plane crash has sent a shockwave around the globe.
His first study of mathematics, which would later lead to its incorporation into his art works, began with George Pólya's academic paper on plane symmetry groups sent to him by his brother Berend.
Nancy was sent to the airport on behalf of her father to welcome Elvis when his plane landed.
According to the 9 / 11 Commission Report, it is possible that pilots were not stabbed to death and were sent to the rear of the plane.
On October 29, 2010, UK Prime Minister David Cameron said the device in a package sent from Yemen and found on a US-bound cargo plane was designed to go off on the aircraft.
The parts are sent to the main plant of the plane company, where the production line is located.
Some theories say that these rare Drow may have accidentally been sent there during a plane shifting spell or related magic, a misfire as like as not that is corrected before the respective timelines are tampered with too drastically.
His plane was captured and sent to Dutch engineer Anthony Fokker, who soon produced a significant improvement, the interrupter gear, in which the machine gun is synchronized with the propeller so it fires in the intervals when the blades of the propeller are out of the line of fire.
Turkish firefighting plane sent to aid Israel, 2010
The attempt, however, was thwarted when Cuban troops surprised a plane he had sent when it was unloading its cargo.
The terrorists freed the non-Jewish passengers and held the Jewish passengers hostage on the plane for one week, after which the women and children were released and sent to Cyprus.
Learning that the operation includes the killing of the inhabitants of Fort Knox by introducing poison into the water supply, Bond manages to conceal a capsule containing a message to Felix Leiter into the toilet of Goldfinger's private plane, where he hopes it will be found and sent to Pinkertons, where his friend and ex-counterpart Felix Leiter now works.
The Wall Street Journal claims to have sent the first news report, on the Dow Jones wire, of a plane crashing into the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001.
The left wing clipped the back side of the tour bus, tore the fiberglass roof then sent the plane spiraling.
To celebrate their achievement, a plane was sent out to take the two men champagne, along with Bothy.
Some days later the band sent a cargo plane with care packages.
As he returned to Belfast on the Sunday afternoon, there were two journalists on the plane ; they informed him that they had been sent over to cover the raids.
He blew up a plane with forty people and his mother and for that the States sent him to the Gas Chamber proving, actually, that the American people are losing their sense of humor ... You just think about it, anybody who blows up a plane with forty people and his mother can't be all bad.
In the standard cosmology of the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing game, Pandemonium ( or, the Windswept Depths of Pandemonium ) is the Outer plane where Chaotic Evil and Chaotic Neutral petitioners are sent after death.
The ceremony was decorated with 1. 5 tonnes of orchids, tulips, and carnations, sent by plane from the Netherlands, and entertainment included an equestrian circus sent from Rome.
Apart from a very brief moment during the first radio series, when the main characters were transported outside the galactic plane into a battle with Haggunenons, and a moment when one of Arthur's careless remarks is sent inadvertently though a wormhole into " a distant galaxy ", the Galaxy provides the setting for the entire series.

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Yet the violent immediacy of the wallpaper strips pasted to the paper, and the only lesser immediacy of block capitals that simulate window lettering, manage somehow to push the grape cluster back into place on the picture plane so that it does not `` jump ''.
If the rake angle **yc of the knife is high enough and the friction angle **yt between the front of the knife and the back of the chip is low enough to give a positive value for Af, the resultant vector R will lie above the plane of the substrate.
Day after day Fogg shuttled back and forth on his one-man air mail route, until the farmers in their snowy barnyards and the road repairmen came to recognize the stubby plane as their link with the rest of the country.
* 1972 – In an unsuccessful coup d ' état attempt, the Royal Moroccan Air Force fires upon Hassan II of Morocco's plane while he is traveling back to Rabat.
The team was back in the airport terminal barely ten minutes when the call to reconvene on the plane came, and a number of passengers began to feel nervous.
Charlton and teammate Dennis Viollet swapped places with Tommy Taylor and David Pegg, who had decided they would be safer at the back of the plane.
" Jennings shot back facetiously, " Well, I hope your ol ' plane crashes!
From the documentation compiled by the Civil Aeronautics Board investigation, a possible key to the plane's disappearance was found, but barely touched upon by the Triangle writers: the plane's batteries were inspected and found to be low on charge, but ordered back into the plane without a recharge by the pilot while in San Juan.
When he was five, his mother took him back to Massachusetts after his father died in an unexplained plane crash.
At approximately 8: 13 pm the aircraft's tail section sustained a sudden upward movement, significant enough to require trimming to bring the plane back to level flight.
When Danny Kaye heard about the accident, he immediately flew his own plane to McCarran Airport to pick up Schoen and bring him back to Los Angeles to guarantee the best medical attention.
The plane was able to head back over 500 miles to make a landing in Shannon, Ireland.
He also put at the disposal of Ernst Rüdiger Starhemberg, who spent a holiday in Venice, a plane that allowed the prince to rush back to Vienna and to face the assailants with his militia, with the permission of President Wilhelm Miklas.
When oxygen binds to the iron complex, it causes the iron atom to move back toward the center of the plane of the porphyrin ring ( see moving diagram ).
He came down near small town of Preveza, on the coast north of the Ionian island of Lefkas, secured local Greek assistance, repaired his plane and resumed flight back to base.
The Lebanese man was in possession of photographs of Israeli targets and had information on Israeli airlines flying back and forth from Cyprus, and planned to blow up a plane or tour bus.
Nurmi's former rival Ville Ritola boarded the plane when he moved back to Finland in 1970.
The roots of the theory go back to the result of Émile Picard in 1879, showing that a non-constant complex-valued function which is analytic in the entire complex plane assumes all complex values save at most one.
Each group is then subdivided according to the actual hand shape, and then subdivided again according to the plane the hand is in ( vertical, then horizontal ), then again according to the basic orientation of the hand ( palm, side, back ).
During the mission a piece of flak knocked out his hydraulics and electrical systems, causing Williams to have to " limp " his plane back to K-13, a U. S. Air Force airfield close to the front lines.

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