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- n. The practice of performing acrobatic movements during the freefall phase of a parachute jump.
- v. Present participle of skydive.
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- n. performing acrobatics in free fall before pulling the ripcord of a parachute
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Now to get the grant to teach the not skydiving course it must include a description of what skydiving is (Hence the educational value here).
3D may be seen as being a over the top, but given some of the scenes in the original move, skydiving from a skyscraper comes to mind, 3D could kick some serious butt, if done well.
1: Crowd may not bring out choir boy in skydiving No. 4 seed
Basics for formation skydiving, which is my discipline at the moment.
Call the skydiving operations in your area and interview them.
While the idea of skydiving at half the usual cost sounds like a great deal, if you aren't actually going to go through with it, you're wasting your money.
Authorities found his rental car and passport in the airport parking lot five days later, after a friend in St. Petersburg called the skydiving company.
Authorities found his rental car and passport in the parking lot of the Perris airport five days later, after a friend in St. Petersburg called the skydiving company looking for him.
He showed Wii Sports Resort out in July,with a numberof sports- and leisure-themed mini-gamessuch as skydiving, street basketball, archery, ping-pong, sword training androwing.
Sebastian Pinera says he has no intention of giving up his passion for adventure sports such as skydiving, scuba diving, mountain climbing and river rafting.
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