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Joel O'Keeffe, Airbourne vocalist and guitarist, says: "G'day, Scotland, Wales and England!
The ceiling supply and floor return configuration forced airbourne particles to deposit on the floor, as particle concnetrations are up to 70% higher at positions close the floor (Figure 12).
AIRBOURNE Outside of AC/ DC, there's not many bands who put the groove into heavy rock as well as this Aussie lot.
<BFemale soldiers, like this soldier from the US Army 101st Airbourne Division - the "Screaming Eagles" - pictured in the Kuwaiti desert in 2003, are common in the United States Ian Waldie
Communicable diseases spread from one person to another or from an animal to human being for e.g from airbourne viruses or bacteria and also from blood and body fluids.
Who's playing: Scorpions, Judas Priest, ZZ Top, Slash, Motorhead, Limpbizkit, Marilyn Manson, Nightwish, Alice Cooper, IDOL, Airbourne, Rise Against, Lamb of God and more.
Luke is currently sponsored by Steven Darbyshire of Airbourne Colours and is always looking for more sponsorship to support his martial arts ambitions.
Because Kentucky headliners Black Stone Cherry, Aussie AC/DC wannabes Airbourne and Canada's Theory Of A Deadman keep things simple.
Because Kentucky headliners Black Stone Cherry, Aussie AC/ DC wannabes Airbourne and Canada's Theory Of A Deadman keep things simple.
Bony's first booking 20 minutes in was unfortunate though, the Ivorian had his eyes clearly on the ball as he barged into the airbourne Maya Yoshida.
In a fortnight's time, Eastbourne hosts its biggest tourist event, the annual Airbourne air show on the seafront, which draws tens of thousands of visitors.
"Their objective was to relieve British Airbourne Troops, who had taken the strategic crossing point at Pegasus Bridge.
Fraizer Campbell (right) of Cardiff City is airbourne as he attempts to connect with the ball as goalkeeper Adrian of West Ham United spreads himself during Saturday's clashMICHAEL STEELE