- n. a flight maneuver; aircraft flies a complete circle in the vertical plane
“That's like saying, 'Yes, I know I've never flown a fighter jet, and I never intend to do so, but jeez, pilot, I think you're headed into that loop-the-loop a little too slow, don't you?”
“That's like saying, Yes, I know I've never flown a fighter jet, and I never intend to do so, but jeez, pilot, I think you're headed into that loop-the-loop a little too slow, don't you?”
“The Fly by Petr Horáček (Walker £10.99) is an irresistible, eye-catching book with a curving loop-the-loop signature, a fly path.”
“The grand expedition that is individual freedom can never completely slip its moorings, never quite take off in a loop-the-loop of solipsism and self-delight, because others, boringly, must be taken into account.”
“One of four loop-the-loop water slides in the Mexican waterpark.”
“Spin creates a force that makes curveballs curve, and sliders cut to the outside of the plate, and infield pop-ups — which are hit with mad backspin — follow loop-the-loop trajectories.”
“Some of the eight orbits are chaotic, taking a loop-the-loop path.”
“When Susannah saw the way the broken skull wiggled under the hide, her stomach did more than cringe; it did a slow loop-the-loop.”
“Hitting the iron corners, getting up the loop-the-loop, the windmill.”
“Aside from its breakneck pacing and loop-the-loop plotting, the novel's real grab is that soon Boxer joins forces with three other women to solve the case - and you can bet they are going to appear in more than one hot-selling sequel.”
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*sigh* I wish I had lived in the barnstorming era. In my flying days, I loved nothing more than flipping around in the air and landing in fields or on dirt runways. (^-^)
Looking for tweets for loop-the-loop.