Go on as the lane narrows to a path and descend
to the road, cross and bear right along a single drive past Goodbrook Stables.
and maintain 10,000," it's not a pilot's discretion descent.
8 : to sink in dignity or respectability : stoop <I never thought they would descend
When the things that descend
from the Divine Treasures to the isthmus and imaginal world and then to the natural and physical world are compared to their ideas and realities in the higher worlds, it becomes apparent that the distinctions are not two-sided ones and the differences are not ones resulting from separation.
Just after passing the main entrance to the large house turn right and descend
into the trees.
As a team, discuss ways to improve the chute so that it descends
slower, or stays upright.
With squats, slowly descend
, counting 5 seconds until parallel.
I was the lead at 8,000 feet and was preparing to descend
to join course rules home from the training area.
Had it succeeded, we might have seen millions of tightfisted air travelers descend
on Washington to demand a tax amnesty for embattled Priceline.
At the second site, one used the ramp or steps to descend
to a department store on a lower level; the entrances at both the top and bottom were located differently and the proximity of other stores also differed.
In the March 2016 article, "IFR Around the World," Wolf Schroen writes that the procedure for descending in non-radar environments is to "stay above the MSA and descend
in the hold.
Cabin crew smashed their heads on the ceiling and passengers were terrified as the emergency avoidance system gave the command "descend
Initially you ascend a hill and then descend
to a lane.
Pass the house (Bryn y Fawnog) on the right and at a yellow marker on the left descend
through woods, cross a forest road and continue to a metal led road.