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“Lindbergh put the wide-winged amphibian into a shallow glide.”
“Giant bait balls of sardines deckled and thrashed the surface, while hundreds of small terns and a few wide-winged frigate birds swooped over them.”
“Despite some mental disgruntlement from his owl, who had been awakened for the flight, Kuari's appearance and wide-winged, silent landing as Darian declared himself by the title Owl Knight raised a cheer from everyone.”
“The first beings I greeted in 2006 were an impossibly wide-winged sooty albatross and a little snowy petrel, who circled and circled and crossed each other.”
“On a brilliant autumn day these wide-winged war birds were a sight to see, big and brown against the green shade trees of the surrounding farms.”
“He doubted that, because even Alcyna had looked away from the Hall as they climbed out, carried southward by the, wide-winged and tireless pteridons.”
“There he turned eastward and watched the wide-winged pteridon launch itself, then glide away, dropping lower as it left the higher peaks behind.”
“Young Frankenstein doll that's FRAHNK-EN-STEEN! so now Dracula has someone to talk to. yeah, i've got a big Dracula doll--complete with wide-winged bat and two cowering rats. what can i say?”
“Also, the angle of the flight deck has been changed somewhat, so that even very wide-winged aircraft, F-14s and others with wide wingspans, can take off and land for the very first time simultaneously on the flight deck of this aircraft carrier.”
“Needles of fire spat from the Warbird as Avenger's vulture shape swelled ever larger on the screen—superimposed now with gunnery and targeting data—and the long, lean, wide-winged shape vanished behind expanding globes of incandescent energy before slashing through them with her shields barely affected and delivering not one but a salvo of photon torpedoes straight at Bloodwing.”
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