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  • There was food and drink for all, and a nice fifteen-knot wind blowing from the southwest, making small whitecaps on gentle waves.

    Vineyard Chill

  • There was food and drink for all, and a nice fifteen-knot wind blowing from the southwest, making small whitecaps on gentle waves.

    Vineyard Chill

  • There was food and drink for all, and a nice fifteen-knot wind blowing from the southwest, making small whitecaps on gentle waves.

    Vineyard Chill

  • There was food and drink for all, and a nice fifteen-knot wind blowing from the southwest, making small whitecaps on gentle waves.

    Vineyard Chill

  • At Edwards, the FRC engineers had put a fifteen-knot limit on wind speed for LLRV flying, but the Houston staff felt they had to raise it to thirty knots in order to be able to use the machine on a regular basis.

    First Man

  • At Edwards, the FRC engineers had put a fifteen-knot limit on wind speed for LLRV flying, but the Houston staff felt they had to raise it to thirty knots in order to be able to use the machine on a regular basis.

    First Man

  • At Edwards, the FRC engineers had put a fifteen-knot limit on wind speed for LLRV flying, but the Houston staff felt they had to raise it to thirty knots in order to be able to use the machine on a regular basis.

    First Man

  • At Edwards, the FRC engineers had put a fifteen-knot limit on wind speed for LLRV flying, but the Houston staff felt they had to raise it to thirty knots in order to be able to use the machine on a regular basis.

    First Man

  • Weather conditions at H hour were actually somewhat better than predicted, with fifteen-knot winds and eight-mile visibility.

    Steel Victory

  • THE STUBBY-MASTED SAILBOAT WITH THE SINGLE OVERSIZED gaff-rigged sail cruised over the deep blue waters of Chesapeake Bay, pushed along from directly behind by a steady fifteen-knot breeze from the southwest.

    SERPENT

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