soaring


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Synonyms for soaring

imposingly high

Synonyms for soaring

the activity of flying a glider

ascending to a level markedly higher than the usual

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of imposing height

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After a close 31-24 first half, the Blue Eagles eventually managed to shake off the Soaring Falcons in the third taking a 13-point lead, 54-41, into the final period.
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The tests, conducted within restricted airspace at Phillips Army Airfield, Aberdeen Proving Grounds, culminated with two 'powered' sailplanes sharing telemetry data and cooperatively and autonomously soaring at altitudes in excess of one kilometer and for flight durations of over five hours.
Development of guidance material for mainstreaming soaring birds conservation into the energy sector.
Albatross reach average speeds of 36 mph, he said, but dynamic soaring would allow them to fly much faster if the high speeds didn't cause excessive force on their wings.
Soaring in this stage requires having someone create a positive and safe learning environment--a place where you know that someone has your back so you can try out your new knowledge without the fear of harming a patient or embarrassing yourself.
Losses related to soaring fuel costs could push some carriers to cancel aircraft orders.
According to a late 2005 "World Mirror" newsletter, produced by the Bureau of International Recycling (BIR), soaring demand for copper scrap, notably from China, continues to be the most prominent development.
SOARING WINGS: The future 195-acre Soaring Wings Ranch in Faulkner County got a big boost last month with a $350,000 gift from Beverly Strain-Eads to build a home for boys.
The question highlighted the luncheon's underlying theme of the transition in real estate ownership from family dynasties to REITs, and various other corporate owners, and the consequent increased competition and soaring prices that have resulted.
Courtright has composed a tale of loss and renewal in the New Age novella, Soaring Eagle, Spirit of the Wind.
An overheating stock market was soaring in 1999 with rates at 6.
Historical significance aside, Soaring is a stunning, memorable finale with a twenty-foot silk scarf that seems to have a life of its own, transforming itself into flower, cloud, wave, fountain.
But as he became fully grown, the eagle noticed other birds similar to himself soaring high overhead.