I suspect that most people rich enough to buy this car would never drive across Europe - they'd fly
business class or take a biz jet and have a chauffeur meet them at the other end.
With the helo pad on uneven terrain, it was clear they'd fly
out of ground effect during departure--before they got much help from effective translational lift (ETL).
The agency got in touch with Rebecca [Morgan, her modelling boss] and said they want me to go over for six weeks and that they'd fly
RAF Shawbury is a helicopter base and whenever royalty had business up this end they'd fly
in and we'd produce meals for them to see them on their way.
You used to shout over the field and they'd fly
over to you.
There was a lot of emotion in the Hibs camp so we knew they'd fly
out the traps.
This was a Puffin publication fair but they couldn't use real puffins because they'd fly
away, so they hired two penguins.
Then, with wings snapping out, off they'd fly
," he said.
allies and over Iraq, where they'd fly
over 150,000 U.
I told him, 'I don't encourage this at this age, but because he'd been so persistent, I'd take a look at him if they'd fly
Left to their own devices, young stars would twirl so fast that they'd fly
The Bulgarian authorities told him they'd fly
him home from America in business class so he could get a proper sleep.
It's our low-rent version of where those big beer companies would have these competitions where if you hear a certain sound when you open a beer bottle, they'd fly
you and ten of your friends to Vegas for a week, and give you backstage passes for Celine Dion.
Some of my owners have said that if I wanted to ride in England during the week, they'd fly
me back for the weekends for the big races.
all right--straight dead on my ass with a vengeance for acting weird.