At the beginning of each test run , the airplane was located at time checkpoint 1 at an altitude of 10 000 ft MSL with a calibrated airspeed of 250 knots . A time check was performed automatically by the timeguidance algorithm to ...
At and were blown by the tug , which was not at prior to the time of collision her master and that time visible ... and knots ; while at half speed , about 64 to 7 whose pilot at that time , by putting her knots ; while at dead slow ...
Author: United States. Supreme Court
Category: Law reports, digests, etc
First series, books 1-43, includes "Notes on U.S. reports" by Walter Malins Rose.
Release on 1922 | by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Commerce
From 13 knots up it varies with the speed , and I think when we take , as we can , perhaps , 23 - knot boats , that four times the amount of the small vessel , the slow vessel would be something about fair for big boats and fast boats .
Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Commerce
Release on 1963 | by United States. Naval Oceanographic Office
It is also assumed that an unlimited amount of time is available for determining the solutions . ... ( 2 ) When M reaches point MA with R bearing 299 ° , turn left to formation course using 30 ° rudder and slow to 15 knots . ( 3 ) Time ...
In the making such an instrument , it is well to mention that “ portable phrases “ quick time , " " slow time ... and five - eighths from many sing together , that the leader of the band should beat the weight , tie a double knot .
The " ( 9 ) By the time she reached a point a litclaimants , Christopher Kahrs and others , tle below buoy No. 13 she had slowed down were her owners . She was in ballast , draw- to about four knots over the ground .
And we must not think to tie a knot in Time , and thus to make the consummation temporal or eternal . The consum20 mation is timeless , and we belong to Time , in our process of living . Only Matter is a very slow flux , the waves ...
Author: D. H. Lawrence
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Reflections on the Death of a Porcupine and Other Essays restores what Lawrence wrote.
( 5 ) The steam - ship started from pier 15 E. R. , some time between 3:05 and 3:15 P. M. She ran slow out of the East river , but soon increased to ... at half speed about 61 to 7 knots ; while at dead slow about 31 knots an hour .
Author: Peyton Boyle
Category: Law reports, digests, etc
Includes cases argued and determined in the District Courts of the United States and, Mar./May 1880-Oct./Nov. 1912, the Circuit Courts of the United States; Sept./Dec. 1891-Sept./Nov. 1924, the Circuit Courts of Appeals of the United States; Aug./Oct. 1911-Jan./Feb. 1914, the Commerce Court of the United States; Sept./Oct. 1919-Sept./Nov. 1924, the Court of Appeals of the District of Columbia.
The length of the black or " dead ” portion of a knot depends upon ( 1 ) the time that the dead branch remains ... In slow - growing trees , however , the long persistence of dead branches is not so serious from the standpoint of volume ...
The smaller the scales, the slower the evaporation. If you have a fish with large scales and you want a true weight, it's best to keep the fish wet. Even knot-tying evolved at that time. Up until the 1960s virtually any knot tied in a ...
Author: Lefty Kreh
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Sports & Recreation
Lefty Kreh takes his readers on an angling journey through the last half-century, when water was big and fishermen were bigger (maybe). But, despite all that's changed since the fifties, when Lefty began his career as a professional fly fisherman and writer, fishing is still just fishing. In My Life Was This Big, he relates tales of fishing expeditions with Fidel Castro and Ernest Hemingway, as well as solo battles with some of the scrappiest, most elusive fish in the world. Lefty also takes the reader through the development of his world-famous "Deceiver" fly style, and takes on the issue of conservation through catch-and-release. This is a glimpse into the heart and soul of Lefty Kreh—a man who has written for nearly every outdoor magazine in the U.S.; a man who has fished some of the remotest parts of the globe; and a man whose books and articles have taught thousands of people his techniques for hooking and landing more fish. For fans both young and old, these are Lefty's stories.
The strengthening structures require an appreciable time to form, as suggested by Greensmith.6 At a slow test speed (low rate) it gives sufficient time for the strengthening structure to develop. For this reason the knot diameter is ...
Author: Sabu Thomas
Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry
The combination of its unique morphology, physical properties, cost effectiveness and environmental friendliness make natural rubber an appealing constituent for many materials and applications. Natural Rubber Materials covers the synthesis, characterization and applications of natural rubber based blends, interpenetrating polymer networks, composites and nanocomposites. With contributions from established international experts in the field, volume 1 covers different types of natural rubber-based blends and IPNs, whilst volume 2 focuses on natural rubber-based composites and nanocomposites. This is the first book to consolidate the current state of the art information on natural rubber based materials providing a "one stop" reference resource for professionals, researchers, industrial practitioners, graduate students, and senior undergraduates in the fields of polymer science and engineering, materials science, surface science, bioengineering and chemical engineering.
In the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries the water was thick with silver sails. Then came a terrible carnage ... Then a hundred years passed, two hundred, shorter spans of time ... Time slipped. A knot in a river's throat.
Author: Filippo Menozzi
Publisher: Springer Nature
Category: Literary Criticism
Drawing on a Marxist concept of world literature, this book is a study of the manipulations of time in contemporary anglophone fiction from Africa and South Asia. Through critical work and literary reading, this research explores the times other than the present that seem to haunt an era of capitalist globalisation: nostalgic feelings about bygone ideals of identity and community, appeals to Golden Ages, returns of the repressed and anxious anticipations of global extinction and catastrophe. The term non-synchronism explored in this book captures these dislocations of the present, while offering a critical lens to grasp the politics of time of an era marked by the continuing expansion of capitalist modernity. Most importantly, non-synchronism is a dialectical paradigm charged with antagonistic political valences. The literary analysis presented in the volume hence connects the literary manipulation of time to discourses on extinction, accumulation, nostalgia, modernity and survival in global politics and literature.
Mueller ruled that the Gemini flight had priority ; but Apollo 201 flew as scheduled on 26 February , giving the slow - moving Rose Knot time enough to keep its date with Gemini VIII.42 Flight Control also shifted for Gemini VIII .
Release on 1983 | by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Appropriations. Subcommittee on Department of Defense
... if the tankers had few transfer stations and / or a slow transfer rate , combatant ships would spend more time ... the operating speed of Underway Replenishment Groups ( URGs ) which have other 20 knot naval auxiliaries assigned .
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Appropriations. Subcommittee on Department of Defense
She looked after it numbly, the chill in her gut making a slow knot. She couldn't ask for things to be more clear than that. ... There was still time. Perhaps. She pressed her ear against the wood and listened a long moment. Nothing.
Author: Patrick Rothfuss
Publisher: Hachette UK
The University, a renowned bastion of knowledge, attracts the brightest minds to unravel the mysteries of enlightened sciences like artificing and alchemy. Yet deep below its bustling halls lies a complex and cavernous maze of abandoned rooms and ancient passageways - and in the heart of it all lives Auri. Formerly a student at the University, now Auri spends her days tending the world around her. She has learned that some mysteries are best left settled and safe. No longer fooled by the sharp rationality so treasured by the University, Auri sees beyond the surface of things, into subtle dangers and hidden names. At once joyous and haunting, THE SLOW REGARD OF SILENT THINGS is a rich, atmospheric and lyrical tale, featuring one of the most beloved characters from Rothfuss' acclaimed fantasy series.
And we must not think to tie a knot in Time, and thus to make the consummation temporal or eternal. The consummation is timeless, and we belong to Time, in our process of living. Only Matter is a very slow flux, the waves ebbing slowly ...
Author: D.H. Lawrence
Publisher: Rosetta Books
Category: Literary Collections
This collection of essays by the author of Lady Chatterley’s Loverpresents his musings on literature, politics and philosophy in a newly restored text. Though D. H. Lawrence was one of the great writers of the twentieth century, his works were severely corrupted by the stringent house-styling of printers and the intrusive editing of timid publishers. A team of scholars at Cambridge University Press has worked for more than thirty years to restore the definitive texts of D. H. Lawrence in The Cambridge Editions. Between 1915–1925, D. H. Lawrence wrote a series of “philosophicalish” essays covering topics ranging from politics to nature, and from religion to education. Varying in tone from lighthearted humor to spiritual meditation, they all share the underlying themes of Lawrence’s mature work: “Be thyself.” As far as possible, the editors of the Cambridge Editions series have restored these essays to their original form as Lawrence wrote them. A discussion of the history of each essay is provided, and several incomplete and unpublished essays are reproduced in an appendix.
The chainexpansion process obtained for M(w)=1.22 X 10(7) became slow with increasing t(p), which revealed the knot formation in single globules. The characteristic time of the chain expansion from globules aged for t(p)=7200 min was ...
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Once we had configured the F - 14 for landing at a significantly lower gross weight and slower airspeed , a much greater stick ... No DLC subtracted 6 to 8 knots from our approach speed , further aggravating the pitch - trim problem .
If the time is more than 360 seconds, the pump is low, or slow. The true speed reading is more or less than 10 knots by the percentage calculated. Average the speed readings taken above. They should indicate the same percentage ...
Author: United States Navy
Originally printed in 1946, The Fleet Type Submarine series of technical manuals remains unparalleled. Contained in its pages and those of the companion texts are descriptions of every operating component aboard a fleet boat. Underwater Log Systems Navpers 16168, acquainted crewmen with the sub¿s positioning and tracking systems. Since subs operate below the surface, the normal means of establishing position at sea -- such as sighting the sun in the day or the stars at night -- are impossible. Yet, knowing the sub¿s position and speed is vital both for navigation and combat. In an era before GPS, the log system allowed an accurate track to be made of the boat¿s position, and enabled calculation of the speed of target vessels. This book explains in detail the theory, operation, calibration and maintenance of various log systems. Originally ¿Restricted¿, this book was recently declassified and is here reprinted in book form. Care has been taken to preserve the integrity of the text.