lift-off


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lift-off

[ˈlɪftɒf] Ndespegue m

lift-off

[ˈlɪftˌɒf] ndecollo
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WESLEY GIVES VILLA LIFT-OFF Aston Villa 2 Everton DEAN SMITH said Aston Villa had got a "monkey off their backs" after recording their first win since returning to the Premier League.
The launch a week ago was called off less than an hour before lift-off due to a "technical snag".
The budget carrier reported during the hearings that it takes at least 49 minutes and as long as 66 minutes from the aircraft's closing of doors to actual lift-off.
About 15 minutes and 30 seconds after lift-off, RISAT-2B was injected into an orbit of 555 km at an inclination of 37 degree to the equator.
He added that to respond to future growth, Sihanoukville Autonomous Port should also strengthen and expand its lift-on lift-off capacity and warehouses.
Baikonur, Kazakhstan: Russian and US space crew made emergency landing after the Soyuz rocket malfunctions on lift-off to space station.
At midnight on Sunday, June 24th, 2018, Ed's animated opus, "Red Omen" will make its world online premiere during the New York Lift-Off Festival Online 2018.
3D-Micromac's brand-new microMIRA LLO system provides highly uniform, force-free lift-off of flexible layers on wafers and large surface areas (up to GEN6) and at high speeds.
The chief executive of the company said that the Ariane 5 suffered an anomaly around an hour after the lift-off.
Councillor Carl Quartermain, Redcar and Cleveland Council's Cabinet member for culture, tourism and communications, said after yesterday's big lift-off: "The carriages on the tramway will be getting a well-deserved makeover ahead of the attraction opening for the season once again in the spring 2018."
ULA, which provided the rocket for the launch, had cut off the launch video and commentary just five minutes after the lift-off. The details of the mission were not released and the feed ended well before the rocket exited Earth's atmosphere.