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- The material soaks up water that freezes at altitude and can cause delamination that may not be readily visible.
- Both nations have struggled in recent years while playing at altitude, where the thin air hands an advantage to those acclimatised to the conditions.
- Most people dont sleep well at altitude.
- This century's leap into aviation and space travel has brought with it a much deeper understanding of the human ability to function at altitude.
- If cabin depressurization occurs at altitude and goes above this value, passengers in shirt sleeves will die shortly.
- Kelly wants to develop the Astroliner, a winged rocket towed into the air by a 747 jet and released at altitude to soar on a suborbital trajectory under its own power.
- The Superfort, its mission apparently completed, descended from altitude and the pilot decided to do a bit of joy riding.
- He spends long periods of time training at altitude in his home country.
2(place)altitud feminineat these altitudes — a estas altitudes
- Let y be the altitude of the triangular cross section of the wedge in Figure 6a cut by a plane at distance x from the base.
- This is a good deal like having a theory that tells us that the area of a plane figure is one-half the base times the altitude, without telling us for what figures this holds.