The pilot, flying a rented single-engine plane in thick fog, ran out of fuel and became disoriented
shortly after 10 p.m., officials said.
Ajman: Police with the help of the public managed to identify the family of a disoriented
male who was found by the force on Friday.
"Indrani was brought here in disoriented
Contract notice: appointment of a project author for the construction of a unit for disoriented
persons annexed to the residence of the knippchen (21 beds)
"The US Navy ran experiments after WWII and discovered that they lost more planes and pilots due to planes being inverted and pilots becoming disoriented
than they actually did to enemy fire.
ADRUNK and disoriented
student was mowed down by a lorry on the A1 near Durham City after following maps on his phone.
A young man moves to a new city and quickly becomes disoriented
In an unfamiliar environment.
She reveals she had to rush her daughter to the emergency room after her little girl's nose began bleeding profusely and she became disoriented
. The worst part- doctors can't figure out what is wrong with her!
Panaji: Welcoming election of Nawaz Sharif as Prime Minister of Pakistan, Bharatiya Janata Party said strengthening of democracy in the neighbouring country augurs well for India but it still views these developments with "cautious optimism" in view of past experience and "disoriented
and ineffective" foreign policy of the UPA government.
An inquiry into a passenger plane crash in southern India in May that claimed 158 lives has concluded that the pilot, who slept through over half the flight and woke up disoriented
, was at fault, according to a media report Wednesday.
In these key moments when it is expected from the Republic of Macedonia to seize the opportunities for strengthening its own integrity, all significant political forces in the country are greatly disoriented
, says analyst Nenad Novkovski for Vreme.
Strong shear forces are a reasonable mechanism for how plankton might become disoriented
, he says, "but it's a big extrapolation from the lab to the ocean." Sharp changes in current velocity across distances smaller than a microbe would likely cause turbulence that would rip such layers apart almost as quickly as they could form, he notes.