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having no irregularities, roughness, or indentations

to make even, smooth, or level

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a level of existence or development

a power tool for smoothing or shaping wood

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cut or remove with or as if with a plane

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travel on the surface of water

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make even or smooth, with or as with a carpenter's plane

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having a surface without slope, tilt in which no part is higher or lower than another

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Tabatabaei said that plane crashed into Dena Mountain due to bad weather conditions 50 minutes after taking off.
Later, Fars said the plane had requested overflight permission and given a military code.
I have met so many people now who don't have a math background, but who want to understand what these hyperbolic planes mean," Taimina says.
Bench planes are adjustable; the best have lateral, as well as fore and aft cutter adjustment and a movable frog to vary the mouth opening.
1) The Black Sheep Squadron Model Airplane Club's recent presentation at California State University, Northridge, sponsored by the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers, had these girls' miniature planes flying high.
When used with a Trimming Knife blade, the Magic Plane can plane right up to its side edge thus facilitating Rebate Planing - ideal for window and door frames The 10mm Plane configuration allows planing to within 1cm of the bottom of a hanging door - ideal for easing tight doors without the need to remove and re-hang
The opinions of Partin, Peik, and several other structural experts we consulted agree with the official consensus that the WTC towers collapsed as a result of the severe damage caused by the planes and the ensuing fires, not as a result of controlled demolition.
The proof for this is that if two planes met this way and they met on more than one side, they would be increased by one surface and that additional surface would undoubtedly be the depth; and depth is a result of the connection between two sides and we did not add any other quantity between the two surfaces; we only had two surfaces, so from where did this quantity appear between them?
Note: You do not necessarily have to work all the planes in one workout, but you should at least vary them throughout the work week.
The provision allows companies to depreciate half of the value of new planes in the first year of ownership.
These intercepts had been going on for some time, but lately the Chinese had been much more aggressive--regularly coming within 50 feet of the EP-3Es before the J-8 pilot would blast away, rocking the much slower Navy planes with jet wash.
AIR FORCE ONE: A History of Presidents and Their Planes by Kenneth T.