flotant

flotant

(ˈfləʊtənt)
adj
(in heraldry) flying in the air
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Lot 1: Insurance of the stocks of oil derivatives from the compulsory reserves of the Republic of Macedonia on flotant basis and insurance of movable property equipment of DCOR, and Lot 2: Insurance of DCOR~s motor vehicles from automobile liability for damages caused to third parties and Full Motor Vehicle Insurance (Casco).
To enjoy the fantastic experience of dapping, what you need first of all is a light 15 foot telescopic dapping rod which can be bought for as little as PS50, a spool of floss, a box of large bushy dapping flies and some liquid flotant.
Ideally your flies should be soaked in flotant and allowed to dry out overnight.
We interpret the geographically restricted basal black shales overlying the coal to be of flotant marsh origin, representing a localized flooding event.
The article contents the experience about a study do it by the author between 1998 and 2000 in the Puno city (of peruvian country), exactly in Titicaca's lake, place where lives aymara indigen community, which were been built it's habitat in flotant islands that where building with totora's an special type of junk.
All you need is a long, telescopic dapping rod, a spool of dapping floss and a tin of dapping flies treated with flotant so they don't sink.
The cast need only be a 3ft length of 10lb breaking strain nylon, armed with a bushy dapping fly, which should have been sprayed with flotant the night before and allowed to dry in a tin with other similarly dosed dapping flies.
To make them float, I soak them now and again with flotant in an aerosol spray.
All you need is a telescopic dapping rod, spool of dapping floss and a tin of dapping flies treated with flotant.
The normal thing to do with Shipman's Buzzers is to fish them on a floating line, the buzzers treated with some flotant and then made to drift across the surface as above.
The buzzers themselves should be treated with some flotant and then made to drift across the surface.