Essentially, the aileron's lower leading edge is designed to protrude into the slipstream when the aileron is deflected
upward, lowering the wing in the direction of a turn.
Meite was unable to deal with his low cross and deflected
the ball past Scott Carson into the net.
Hazardous near- earth objects larger than a few hundred metres in diameter may require large energies to deflect
The gasses and blast, however, were deflected
up and backward, and actually pained the shooter's ears.
1 90-DEGREE RULE: When the cue ball hits another ball at an angle, both balls deflect
at a 90[degrees] angle.
Extending the arms and exposing the ball could allow the defense to deflect
or steal it (Photo 3).
She aimed for Mr Gallon's chest but he managed to raise his arm in time to deflect
the knife and escaped with a cut to his bicep, Newcastle Crown Court heard.
Premier Division side Worcester had been given the perfect start when Sutton defender Neil Watkins could only deflect
Jai Stanley's near-post cross into his own net as Carl Heeley threatened.
Avitronics (Centurion, South Africa) is developing a protection system for armored vehicles that will deflect
kinetic long-rod penetrator rounds fired from tank guns.
The technology - called backscatter - uses rays which deflect
off dense materials such as metal or plastic and produce a darker image than those rays deflected
off the skin.
At a very acute angle, an incoming round may merely deflect
and follow the surface of the door.
The fabric in the live area will then deflect
slightly in the direction of metal flow.
Our fans historically adopted the chant as a defence mechanism in order to 'own' the term and thereby deflect
According to the Herald Sun, Steinitz did not say who was responsible, but said the government had successfully managed to deflect
almost every attack, thereby avoiding serious disruption or other damage.