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Synonyms for fodder

Synonyms for fodder

soldiers who are regarded as expendable in the face of artillery fire

coarse food (especially for livestock) composed of entire plants or the leaves and stalks of a cereal crop

give fodder (to domesticated animals)

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Mr Foddering lost control and requested help from Mr Potton, but the transfer of control was not precise and the captain, who appeared "not to be mentally primed to take control" did not take over until about four seconds after the initial request for help.
The report also said the approach profile flown by Mr Foddering suggested "a problem in assessing the correct approach descent angle" probably because of "the limited cues available to him".
Mr Potton, from Blackpool, and Mr Foddering, from Preston, died in the accident as did the five passengers, who included Leslie Ahmed, 48, a father-of-two from South Shields, grandfather Alfred Neasham, 57, from Coxhoe, County Durham, and Keith Smith, 57, from Stockton, whose body was never recovered.