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- adverb In a
aeronauticalmanner; with respect to aeronauticsor aviation.
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Based on the descent rate provided by the NTSB in the FDR data, due to the G loads required for that vertical speed; it is aeronautically impossible for this aircraft to have pulled out of that dive instantaneously and be level with the lawn as depicted in the 2002 leaked and 2006 released Pentagon security video.
An aeronautically inclined FrontBurnervian passes along word that the International Airshow scheduled at Alliance Airforce this weekend has been cancelled due to severe weather.
Jane Russell's 40s Outlaw bosom — cantilevered into twin projectile missiles by Howard Hughes's aeronautically engineered brassiere — still reads as real.
The Memory Foam pillow is anatomically, aeronautically, agriculturally engineered, and sells for $100.
Flight Aware, a flight tracking service, not only generated a map but, for the aeronautically minded, also reproduced the flight plan in aeronautical terms.
This, however, happened over the course of several decades, and given the current hysteria over aeronautically-based terrorism - combined with the absolute monopoly airplanes hold over international travel - there is simply no guarantee that a similar, total erosion of rights could happen in this situation too.