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Bwi Flight Delays
- Shoot (wildfowl) in flight
- (in soccer, cricket, etc.) Deliver (a ball) with well-judged trajectory and pace
- a formation of aircraft in flight
- an instance of traveling by air; "flying was still an exciting adventure for him"
- shoot a bird in flight
- Make (someone or something) late or slow
- (delay) time during which some action is awaited; "instant replay caused too long a delay"; "he ordered a hold in the action"
- Postpone or defer (an action)
- Be late or slow; loiter
- (delay) cause to be slowed down or delayed; "Traffic was delayed by the bad weather"; "she delayed the work that she didn't want to perform"
- (delay) the act of delaying; inactivity resulting in something being put off until a later time
- (BWIS) Baltimore-Washington Infant Study
- British West Indies
- (BWIs) Bretton Woods Institutions
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Everything's the Rush
UK version includes one bonus track, The Earth Gave Me You. 2008 release, the third album from this British Pop outfit. Already garnering rave reviews, Everything's The Rush is packed with Technicolor hits and singles-in-waiting - simply a joy of a record. The schoolboy friends and band-mates for a decade (brothers Greg and Aaron Gilbert, Colin Fox and Rowly) are geared up and ready to go! Recorded in just over twenty days with acclaimed producer Youth, this is the sound of Delays striding confidently into a new chapter. The tunes are even brighter, the choruses even bigger. The result is a record that sits comfortably in the current scene of crossover guitar indie-pop acts, such as The Feeling and The Wombats, and with fans from Jake Shears of Scissor Sisters to the likes of Oasis and Franz Ferdinand, the band straddle that line between crossover accessibility and credible acclaim. Features the single 'Hooray'. Polydor.
Seven Point Knoll Lighthouse
Had a few hours before my flight out of BWI, so I hung out a while in Baltimore's Inner Harbor. My first stop was this iconic Cheasapeake Lighthouse. This is a 3 image handheld HDR taken with my G10. I've posted more images from the area below. ----------- The Seven Foot Knoll Light was built in 1855 and is the oldest screw-pile lighthouse in Maryland. It was initially installed on a shallow shoal, Seven Foot Knoll, at the mouth of the Patapsco River. The northern reach of this river is the Baltimore Harbor, where the now-decommissioned lighthouse has been placed as a museum. Constructed of 1-inch (25 mm) rolled iron, the lighthouse consists of three main sections. The gallery deck was located 9 feet (2.7 m) above the average high tide waters. The house was the second section, sitting directly atop the gallery deck. This is where the keeper and his family would live. Atop the housing area was the third section of the lighthouse, the light beacon. A 4th order Fresnel lens was housed in the small light compartment. It was visible for 12 miles (19 km). The first requests for a light came in 1848, with initial appropriations in 1851. Delays in planning and bidding pushed the start of construction to 1854. Total construction costs came to $43,000 by its completion the following year. Most parts were prefabricated in Baltimore at the Murray and Hazelhurst iron foundry. The parts were then shipped to Seven Foot Knoll by boat where they were assembled atop of the screw piles. In 1875 the original house was replaced with the current cylindrical structure made of wrought iron plates. Ice, the perennial threat to screw-pile structures, caused damage in 1884 and 1894, leading to the piling of 790 cubic yards (600 m3) of riprap around the piles. A light-keeper and his family would have stayed on the lighthouse year-round with 8 days off per month. Probably the most famous of the lighthouse keepers was also the last one, Thomas Jefferson Steinhice (also spelled Steinhise and Steinheiss on various family documents). Steinhice, who was tending the lighthouse with his son Earl, rescued 5 men from their tugboat which had broken down on August 21, 1933. The 90 mph (145 km/h) winds and 15-foot (5 m) seas had rendered the tug inoperable. Steinhice took the lighthouse's small motorboat and made his way out in the direction of the tug's distress whistle. He was awarded the Silver Lifesaving Medal for his actions in saving the lives of the stranded crew. The light was automated in 1949, and fell into disrepair, eventually being supplanted by the usual skeleton tower. In 1988, the lighthouse was removed from Seven Foot Knoll, carried by barge, and placed ashore in Baltimore's Inner Harbor where it was donated to the city. On August 22, 1989 the lighthouse was listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Aided by the Lady Maryland Foundation, many members of the Steinhice family descendants worked to restore the structure prior to its re-opening. In 1997 the lighthouse was transferred to the Baltimore Maritime Museum where it is located today.
The end of a long day
So, like all of my flights, this one was fraught with mechanical issues. My flight was delayed by an hour, and when I landed in Detroit, it was snowing hard. All in all, I took 2 hours longer than I'd hoped going home, and I was on call the next day! No fair! This is BWI airport in Baltimore, Maryland. So, for reference, I was interviewing for a position with JHCP in Baltimore.
bwi flight delays
Signed to Rough Trade at the beginning of 2003, THE DELAYS are described as tech-friendly British Byrds, crazed acousti-rock with a fresh flowering of florid, ethereal future-pop. Packed with sumptuous West Coast harmonies; cloud- busting falsetto vocals full of beauteous yearning, splendid desolation & synth atmospherics. A 'Cathedral Of Sound'. If one characteristic defines Delays debut album 'Faded Seaside Glamour', it's delicious, duvet-wrapped melancholy and sunburnt devastation. This is a record mournful of its past but with a dizzy fervour to go out and devour the world. This Japanese version features the enhanced video to 'Long Time Coming'. Labels / Rough Trade Japan. 2004.
Delays singer-guitarist Greg Gilbert has such an incredible voice that he might be the only man in rock who has drawn comparisons to both Fleetwood Mac's Stevie Nicks and the Cocteau Twins' Liz Fraser. That's just the first sign that this English band is not just another standard-issue moody Coldplay knockoff. Instead, the music on its debut album conjures the blissed-out guitar-and-grooves sound of classic English groups like the Stone Roses and the La's, with each of the three opening songs delivering devastating knockouts. The rest of the disc doesn't easily repeat the feat but the band's exuberant spirit easily carries through. -- Aidin Vaziri