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Druid Fast Flight Form
- A lightweight material that has little stretch and is used to make bowstrings for the newer bows. The bow MUST be rated for this material before using it.
- A priest, magician, or soothsayer in the ancient Celtic religion
- A member of a present-day group claiming to represent or be derived from this religion
- a pre-Christian priest among the Celts of ancient Gaul and Britain and Ireland
- (druidism) the system of religion and philosophy taught by the Druids and their rites and ceremonies
- A druid was a member of the priestly class in Gaul and possibly other parts of Celtic western Europe during the Iron Age.
- Arrangement of parts; shape
- kind: a category of things distinguished by some common characteristic or quality; "sculpture is a form of art"; "what kinds of desserts are there?"
- the phonological or orthographic sound or appearance of a word that can be used to describe or identify something; "the inflected forms of a word can be represented by a stem and a list of inflections to be attached"
- create (as an entity); "social groups form everywhere"; "They formed a company"
- The visible shape or configuration of something
- The body or shape of a person or thing
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Military Flight Aptitude Tests, 6/e (Peterson's Master the Military Flight Aptitude Tests)
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Fast blue jay
My 2nd try... FAST bird. This guy had only traveled 5 inches from his perch. For those that have well focused images of these birds I commend you. some interesting facts are,,,, The Blue jay belongs to a family of birds that has been found in fossils more than 25 million years old. appears to have vivid blue feathers—but the color is actually a trick of the light. sometimes applies ants to the undersides of its wings. The Blue Jay’s scientific name is derived from Greek and Latin words and means, in reverse order, "crested, blue chattering bird," The Blue Jay’s vivid cobalt or azure-blue tail and wing feathers make an exotic contrast against brown leaves or green grass. However, these feathers are not truly blue. Blue pigment is unknown in birds. The Blue Jay’s feather color results from refraction, or distortion, of light by a peculiar inner structure of the feather substance. If the feather is crushed, the blue color disappears. During moulting, or feather-shedding, period Blue Jays may be seen anting, a term referring to a bird using ants or materials that the ants expel from their bodies for preening, or tidying their feathers. Excited anting birds often trip over their own tails in frantic efforts to apply ants with their bill to the underside of their wings. A recent theory suggests that this peculiar behavior results from skin irritation caused by new feather growth. Possibly ant excretions have a soothing effect on the bird’s skin. Birds have been known to use a wide variety of substitute materials such as fruits, tobacco, mustard, and vinegar for anting. One observer who kept tame Blue Jays had a bird that anted with "various bitter, sour fruit juices and hair tonic"; a second jay anointed itself only with the hair tonic. Another person had a captive Blue Jay that applied burning cigarettes to its feathers! This strange behavior requires further study. I am not a rocket scientist when it comes to birds or digital photos but I wonder if this light refraction makes this more in flight more difficult. I have seen the came issues when trying to catch black birds in flight.
The Cattle Egret for me are te fastest flyers.They can turn on a dime, making it hard to catch.
druid fast flight form
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A new aerosol time-of-flight mass spectrometer (ATOFMS) was developed for the near real-time analysis of single bioaerosol particles. The system combines ATOFMS with laser-induced fluorescence selection and matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization (MALDI) mass spectrometry. The influences of laser power and sample preparation on the quality of the mass spectra have been investigated. A narrow range of laser fluence gives the optimal signals in the mass spectra. On-line application of ferulic acid provides spectra with quality comparable to other preparation methods. The system can analyze aerosolized proteinaceous material up to 20,000Da, which is the range of the molecular masses of marker ions of bacteria. The results of a preliminary test with spores of B. subtilis var niger show a good prospect for application in the identification of single bacteria and spores. The obtained spectra are promising, although more research is necessary to increase the resolution and accuracy of the spectra.