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A century ago, it took 10 days to fly from Melbourne to Alice Springs. Now ...

Australian Broadcasting Corporation 06 Oct 2021
Aviation fans have gathered in Alice Springs to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the first flight to Central Australia, made by a team of intrepid adventurers ... .
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Lions need cup final mentality to cross line between agony and ecstasy

The Observer 04 Aug 2021
The days of twinkle-toed fly-halves and slim, bouffant-haired outside-centres winning a modern Test series with subtle little outside breaks have all but gone the way of hickory-shafted golf clubs and wooden-framed tennis rackets ... Those were the days when those sorts of thing used ...
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Saturday was a beautiful day to fly a kite

The Facts 21 Jun 2021
SURFSIDE BEACH — In his own words, Lonnie Cotton just wants to fly kites. “It was something people would do back in the day,” he said. “I’ve got a 50-foot hammerhead shark I flew out the other day and people are in awe.”. kAmr@EE@? H2D @?6 @7 D6G6C2= H9@ G.D.E65 $FC7D.56 q6249 @? $2EFC52J E@ 7=Jk^Am ... kAm“(6 2C6 ;FDE 96C6 E@ D92C6 =@G6k^Am ... ....
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A good day to fly the Lone Star flag

The Galveston Daily News 21 Apr 2021
Don’t forget to fly the Lone Star Flag today on San Jacinto Day ... In a single day, a republic that appeared to be on the verge of collapse won its freedom ... There are many good ways to commemorate the day, including telling a ...
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Photos: Beautiful day to fly a kite or play in the sand at Pensacola's Quietwater Beach

Pensacola News Journal 11 Mar 2021
Families take advantage of the beautiful day to fly a kite or play in the sand at Pensacola's Quietwater Beach ... .
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Huge 'God of Chaos' Apophis asteroid that could hit Earth one day to fly by ...

DNA India 05 Mar 2021
A huge asteroid named after the Egyptian God of darkness and chaos will fly past Earth on Friday. According to US space agency NASA, the asteroid called Apophis will be visible around 1.15 am GMT on Friday ... Going by its size and speed, NASA calculates the force of impact would be equivalent to 1,200,000 kilotons of kinetic energy.
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