- n. Plural form of landing.
“We have the data for making successful unpowered approach and landings from the NASA and Air Force lifting body programs, not to mention the wealth of data from STS approach and landing operations.”
“I can only assume that the proposed deferring of human lunar landings is a direct outcome of The Planetary Society's inability or unwillingness to move beyond the ClassicSpace focus on exploration.”
“One of two pillars erected in honour of the landings is immediately to the right of the house.”
“Where quotas are in place, they often account only for "landings" - the fish brought to port.”
“If the landings were a hoax, Mitchell and Cernan had been well scripted.”
“Mr. BILL CUMMINGS (Sheriff, San Juan County): They were hard landed and it was amazing that he was able to walk away from these so-called landings that he engaged in.”
“Jake Tapper videotaped a landing yesterday and said that Obama must have the worst pilot EVER because the landings are always very rough.”
“Despite the fact that I can admit that his landings are a thing of beauty, the adrenaline surge I get every time he dives past is taking years off my life.”
“And, of course, usually your takeoffs and your landings are the two most dangerous times for aircrafts.”
“While the CFP is based on old and unreliable data, Icelandic TACs are determined with the most up-to-date information from landings, which is generally reckoned to be accurate, augmented by extensive data from government survey vessels.”
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