Above, below and on subsequent pages are cross-sections of five popular wing/flap designs, along with a basic, "unflapped
" airfoil for comparison.
Noriyuki Haga, who had to avoid the flaming machines as he flew at them head on, seemed unflapped
by the danger.
This is contrary to the following statement in Steriade (2000: 334) about the word Mediterranean: "I attribute the unflapped
[t] in this unique form to the orthographic geminate 'rr', which is interpreted by speakers as an indication of secondary stress on the preceding vowel." Steriade's explanation, though, would fail to account for the unflapped
(aspirated) [t] in Navratilova and Manitowoc as well as the fact that the vowel of the third syllable in Mediterranean is reduced.
To which wonderful revelations, Rufus responds in the unflapped
way of the daddies of sons, "You'll have to bring in some topsoil, I imagine."