sidewind

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sidewind

[ˈsaɪdwɪnd] Nviento m lateral
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Rola Hoteit landed the aircraft as it was buffeted by strong sidewinds. (Twitter/Screengrab)
"It was so hot and we had strong sidewinds and headwinds.
Listening to the band's "C'est La Vie'' is an invigorating experience, the way it soars and sidewinds. But mostly, there's a classic metal feel to this band, one that makes the music -- intricate and fast-paced as it is -- relatable and recognizable, and that makes it easy to lose one's self in the band's music.
"Simply during certain moments like bad weather and strong sidewinds a pilot is forced to ascend and accelerate quickly, otherwise the system can capsize," he said.
On the down side, it doesn't like strong sidewinds and couldn't manage anywhere near the claimed average fuel figure of 42.8mpg, though it was worked hard.
Effects of sidewinds on optimal flight speed of birds.
Noise intrusion comes from sidewinds battering the wing mirrors and A-pillars but no more so than other compact 4x4 contenders.
As you know, Mother Nature chucked around some pretty hefty sidewinds last week.
Be aware of the affects of sidewinds on stability and don't overload your caravan at the back, which can lead to snaking.
* Be aware of effects of sidewinds on stability and don't overload the caravan at the back.
The Belgian said: 'When there are sidewinds you have to be sure you're at the front of the peloton.