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“The plane, which crash-landed into teh Hudson River in January 2009, is moving to the Carolinas Aviation Museum.”
“Fitzgerald leaped between two defenders in the end zone to snag Kurt Warner's throw and hung onto the football as he crash-landed on his back after awkwardly falling backward.”
“Site Gallery, to 14 MayRCThis show promises a truly unique glimpse into the private creative world of prog rock's great, troubled genius: Syd Barrett, the mastermind behind early Pink Floyd, who crash-landed as a drugs casualty, living out the remainder of his days in relative obscurity.”
“At the end of the last episode, Peter (Joshua Jackson) crash-landed 15 years into the future, a place where he's known as "Agent Bishop" and the Freedom Tower (dedicated in 2021) soars over the World Trade Center site.”
“I prefer my pilots to have worked out how much fuel they need before heading off across the Pacific and not to take off in a plane they had just crash-landed without bothering to get it fixed.”
“U.S. confirmed one of its jets crash-landed while taking part in that effort.”
“The U.S. said Tuesday that one of its jets crash-landed in Libya the day before.”
“Harris-Moore's daring run from the law earned him international notoriety, not to mention a movie deal to help repay his victims, after he flew a stolen plane from Indiana to the Bahamas in July 2010, crash-landed it near a mangrove swamp and was arrested by Bahamian authorities in a hail of bullets.”
“I braked hard, skidded and crash-landed at the edge of the breakers, cutting my head in the process.”
“Superhero: An alien, the last of her kind, crash-landed on Earth and was raised by X to be an honest and to give it her all.”
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