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flyboy

n. a pilot. (Military.) Rocko was a flyboy in Korea.
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Before that, Flyboy was defeated by just a short head in a seven-furlong handicap at Leicester, so that should be the prescient formline with this in mind.
Flyboy 2: The Greg Tate Reader is an immersive, fluid, and genre-bending collection of commentary, essays, and exposition of the self, a beautiful text solidly grounded in the critical theories of late twentieth- and early twenty-first-century academia.
Dinesh Kumar, a glider operator at Flyboy, said: " The company can be approached through online and directly as well with a minimum charge of ` 999 for aerial ride of up to 5 minutes covering around 5km.
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Friday Icarus was the ill-fated flyboy with the problematic wings.
We were junior officers on the USS Graffias, which was a bastard of a banana boat that steered like an oversized radish with its top still on, skippered by a flyboy who was learning seamanship so he could command an aircraft carrier in his next life.
The gregarious flyboy describes getting shot down on his 100th mission two days after D-Day and being helped by French resistance fighters.
His photos from the war zone are also eye-opening and show what our flyboy lads in NATO have accomplished from the air, with their accuracy hits on the ground in Tripoli.
The antithesis of the stereotypical dashing American flyboy, "LeMay was dark, brooding, and forbidding.
Decked out in the finest flyboy fashion, he proclaimed, "Major combat operations in Iraq have ended.
MPEG4 Video Player/Recorder -- Record up to 80 hours of video on your Flyboy and watch it on a 3.
And so every time a Robert Byrd bashes President Bush for his flyboy routine, or a Terry McAuliffe lays into the GOP for politicizing September 11 with the timing of its convention, I always think that, whatever the short-term gain or loss (or neither, if, as is most often the case, no one paid much attention), in the long run it's still a good thing.
When life settles down, Carlson says he plans on yielding to his flyboy nature by earning a glider license at the Heber airport.