Butteridge's success a really very considerable number of newspapers, tempted by the impunity of the pioneers in this direction, had pledged themselves to pay in some cases, quite overwhelming sums to the first person to fly from
Manchester to Glasgow, from London to Manchester, one hundred miles, two hundred miles in England, and the like.
In another study, Mahmood and Mishkatullah (2007) recorded lower population of fruit fly from
November to February, whereas an increase was recorded from March to August.
He was very generous with his flies and had no hesitation in taking a fly from
his own cast and giving it to an angler who was not quite as successful as he was on the river.
Dr Mallya conceded that the decision to go with ATR aircraft would come as a surprise "because people associate us with flying trunk (metro) routes." The ATRs will be used to fly from
secondary cities in India to cities of economic wealth and will also provide feeder services to the seven Airbus A320s Kingfisher currently flies, serving hubs at Delhi, Bombay, Calcutta and Bangalore.
Further examination revealed that these flies had elevated DJ-1[alpha] expression--the loss of DJ-1[beta] somehow encouraged a compensatory upregulation of DJ-1[alpha], which the authors believe protected the fly from
paraquat-induced oxidative damage.
Click Mexicana will fly nine domestic routes from Mexico City at first, but it hopes to fly from
Cancun to Havana in the near future.
Lindbergh: Why shouldn't I be the one to fly from
New York to Paris?
It was to a great extent a reservist's war in both men and material, as civilians returned to uniform to fly from
carriers that were themselves pulled from mothballs.
By examining mutant flies--say, those with an extra set of wings--Lewis discovered a novel family of genes that controls the development of organs in the fly from
head to tail.
At times it was almost impossible to tell the artificial fly from
the natural live insect.