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a fighter pilot who engages in an aerial dogfights

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282) As a result, the worst that befalls a dogfighter is the loss of valuable breeding stock and time invested in training.
Star Fox 64 3dS (out next month) dragged nintendo's '90s space dogfighter into the 21st Century by incorporating gyroscopic controls and wi-fi multiplayer skirmishes.
The luminaries at the ACTS in 1935 hardly could have guessed that Hitler would soon start a war, the laminar flow wing would succeed, radar would come within five years, the aircraft carrier that was the British Isles would survive, Hitler would attack Russia before Britain was finished, Japan would end US isolationism, the Rolls-Royce Merlin engine would turn an attack plane into an effective dogfighter with superior range, Hitler would retard fighter development, Germany would not go to full mobilization until 1943, the Norden bombsight would not have pinpoint accuracy, Ultra would enable wonderful intelligence, Luftwaffe training would go to the dogs, the German people could endure the burning of Hamburg and Dresden yet go back to factory work, and on and on.
NEW YORK, July 27 /PRNewswire/ -- The ASPCA (The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals ) today issued a statement from ASPCA President and CEO Ed Sayres in response to suspended NFL star and convicted dogfighter Michael Vick's conditional reinstatement to the National Football League:
Beginning as a dogfighter, the F-16 has developed into an outstanding multi-role combat aircraft, culminating in the 21.
I was more of a dogfighter than a person who could win with power alone.
The third addition announced today is the acquisition by Playnet of Dogfighter Network (www.
And the prince's pals at the world-famous military academy have circulated on email a computer-generated image of Harry as the wartime dogfighter.
Airfix Dogfighter is the only game that makes your house look like a bomb has hit it and we've got TEN copies of the PC action fighter to give away.
Going to the Dogs presenter Dylan |Duffus talks to professional dogfighters
The point is to see the enemy way before he sees you, and for that you need datafighters, not dogfighters.
He clearly articulates the move beyond reconnaissance as well as the arrival of early pushers to the full-fledged dogfighters and night bombers.
Because "Dog Wars" actually instructs players on how to condition a dog using methods that are standard in organized dogfighting, this game may be a virtual training ground for would-be dogfighters.
130) In 2004 and 2005, an inspector of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (the "SPCA"), when closing down animal fighting rings in Northland, observed not only that dogfighters enjoyed the depravity of seeing pain and suffering, but also the "big money in the bets [as] drugs are used as currency".
Doing so allows dogfighters to continue their barbaric "breed-specific" sport, while well-meaning activists assure that no legislation designed to provide breed-specific care and ownership standards is enacted.