Gazing at the clouds, now far beneath, the girl experienced the sensation of hanging stationary in mid-heaven; but the whirring of her propellor, the wind beating upon her, the high figures that rose and fell beneath the glass of her speedometer, these told her that her speed was terrific.
And so she drove her motor forward again and then with her firm, white teeth set in grim determination she drove the steering lever far down to port with the intention of forcing the nose of her craft straight into the teeth of the wind, and the wind seized the frail thing and toppled it over upon its back, and twisted and turned it and hurled it over and over; the propellor raced for an instant in an air pocket and then the tempest seized it again and twisted it from its shaft, leaving the girl helpless upon an unmanageable atom that rose and fell, and rolled and tumbled--the sport of the elements she had defied.
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The creel boat had suffered a tangled propellor
28 miles west of the fishing port at about noon.
However, a report noted the throttle was highly set and the unmanned plane had no chocks when the engine was hand-started by swinging the propellor
The group were travelling to Amble aboard the boat 'Sigimae' on Sunday when its propellor
malfunctioned and were left drifting in the water just north of Newbiggin-bethe-Sea.
Later that afternoon, the Propellor
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AN elderly woman died after she fell from a canal barge and her jacket got tangled in the propellor
It was a beautiful clear day and the twin propellor
Dash 8 aircraft gave a smooth landing.
RESCUE workers towed two people to safety on a 25-foot yacht off the coast of Anglesey yesterday after it had problems with its propellor
On one wall is a two-blade propellor
from a Spitfire or Hurricane, on the other a propellor
from a 1935 Hawker Hind light bomber.
We believe the holding bay would be the most likely explanation although the eel would be lucky to come round the propellor
that pumps the water into the lagoon from that bay.