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Re: Screaming dromaeosaur biplane killers of the air

I second Greg.

GSP1954@aol.com wrote:
> Geeez, people are not even getting basic terminology right in this
> discussion.
> Flight, Websters - passing through the air by the use of wings - I suppose
> this covers helicopter blades and wingless flying bodies. A sailplane and a
> nonflapping albatross fly just as much as an F-16 on afterburner or a pigeon
> taking off. Flying squirrels fly as much as a hang glider...........