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a deliberately misleading fabrication

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which is necessary to establish the existence of canard solutions in such systems.
Le canard peut etre imprimeau recto seuld'une feuille degrand format illustree, comportant assez de texte pour se differencier de l'image, mais il se presente presque toujours sous la forme d'une brochure d'un ou de deux, tres rarement de trois cahiers, generalement composee a la hate, sur un papier de mediocre qualite.
Peterson's company offered everything from simply installing the canard on a stock Cessna 182 through locating and purchasing a good used airplane, doing the full Peterson 260SE conversion, refurbishing the interior and paint and installing a customer-selected avionics suite.
The Canard Enchaine said it uncovered e-mails showing that Ikea officials paid 70 [pounds sterling] ($111 U.
Singhvi said the canard was spread simply to give the issue a public interest flavour since otherwise the contents of the CD, "assuming them to be true, (which they certainly are not), would disclose only something private and consensual giving a cause of action only to aggrieved family members (who have stood completely by me) and to no one else".
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- An independent French weekly, Le Canard enchaine, revealed that the US, Israeli and British spy agencies have been directly involved in the recent terrorist attacks against the Iranian scientists.
According to local media reports, the partners said the need for a "new, efficient" plant in the region follows the 2007 closure of Maple Leaf Foods' poultry plant at nearby Canard.
It turns out, however, that Al-Hamadi's claim is based on a classic anti-Semitic canard called The Franklin "Prophecy," a falsified document debunked many decades ago.
The pilot was performing stall maneuvers to determine if the airplane's canard met specifications.
One of the defining and most distinctive features of the Eurofighter Typhoon's design is the pair of canard wings that sit beneath the cockpit.
In short, the 1880s canard is a more complicated visual fabrication positing a reader much more adept than the 1830s one at easily and speedily absorbing visual information.
He dismissed the suggestion made during the election campaign that he would not support events such as this as "a canard floated by the outgoing Mayor".
Seagulls swoop in and occasionally annoy their canard friends by snatching scraps from the water.
The model also included a custom high-speed data acquisition system and high-rate canard actuators capable of deflecting the canards at rates of 1500[degrees] per second, as well as high-performance canard and roll control systems.
Bridesmaids were Laura Canard, the groom's sister; Felicia Estridge; Mary Clare Hemleben; and Amanda Hrbac.