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- (Return Flight) a tread whose nosing is mitered and returned along the end of the tread, covering otherwise exposed end grain, and providing a finished appearance. Also see Side Flight.
- (return flight) or return ticket In the United States, this would indicate the return leg of a round trip (half the trip, in other words). In Australia it represents a round trip (as opposed to one way).
- port city in the United Arab Emirates on the Persian Gulf
- A member state of the United Arab Emirates; pop. 674,100
- Its capital city, a port on the Persian Gulf; pop. 265,700
- Dubai is a 2001 Big Budget Malayalam thriller film written by Renji Panicker and directed by Joshi. It starred Mammootty in the title role. He played the role of Ravi Mammen, a self-made business man in Dubai.
- Dubai, a 2005 Filipino film shot in the country of United Arab Emirates that tackles a story about Overseas Filipino Workers, more specifically about three lives unexpectedly connected by friendship and love.
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Into the Blue: A Father's Flight and a Daughter's Return
The Chicago Sun Times praises "Into the Blue is Susan Edsall's fascinating chronicle of the fight to get her father back into his beloved Big Sky...an engagingly readable testament to an everyday courage....Salted with hilarious memories of Edsall family life, peppered with touching reminiscences of flight with her father, [Edsall] mixes the positive with the painful until it's not only palatable but also poignant."
Three years ago, Susan Edsall's father, a rebuilder and pilot of antique airplanes, suffered a devastating stroke that left him unable to read, write, speak, tell time, understand the alphabet---or fly. The doctors told Susan the best her family could hope for was that he would learn to play checkers. Susan knew if her dad couldn't fly, he'd just as soon not breathe, so she chose another path. Battling the pessimistic conclusion of the experts---and her own looming fears---she and her sister, Sharon, aka the Blister Sisters, decided to take matters into their own hands. With no medical training but double doses of determination, they bushwhacked their own rehab program and got their father back behind the controls of his beloved open-cockpit biplane and into the air.
Susan Edsall's Into the Blue is a powerful family memoir about two feisty sisters from Montana who bring their father back to life---and discover themselves in the process. Inspiring, gritty, and often hilarious, it's also the story of anyone who has ever fought back from a dire prognosis to pursue a cherished dream.
Love in Bloom [37/52]
(I KNOW... I travel the world and post photos of flowers... I know, I know... in my defense, these are special flowers!) It's been a rather uneventful week in the life of Krysta. After calling in sick for a flight I found myself with 6 extra days off. It sounds more exciting than it really is. Days off mean trying to kill time in Dubai, while work means exploring awesome places. I'd rather be at work. Of course the highlight of my week was a beautiful delivery of flowers from my awesome boyfriend. They bloomed and made my room smell amazing. I can't say that this week wasn't productive though. Once I was healthy again I made a return to the gym and started cooking (no, I'm not kidding!) healthy meals for myself. I have lots more energy and I feel a lot better than I did on my diet of airplane food! As winter approaches it's starting to cool off in Dubai. Not much, but enough to make afternoons at the beach or pool bearable. Perhaps bikini season will keep me motivated to maintain my newfound healthy lifestyle. I'm finally flying again tomorrow, so I promise to post more pretty travel photos soon.
Emirates Boeing 777 A6-ECR
30th October 2010., Over Dublin City, Ireland This is the same aircraft on its return flight to Dubai, that was involved in a security scare at New York JFK airport on 29th October after it arrived from Dubai. It is seen here cruising high over Dublin City on its return journey to the United Arab Emirates
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This book tells the story of the search for the men aboard a huge Horsa glider that sailed into the Battle at Arnhem on 18 September 1944. In the early phase of the battle the pilots of the British engineless plane wish their passengers good luck in their race for the Arnhem bridges, probably never to see them again. 54 years later one of the pilots, Sergeant Morley 'Taffy' Williams, visiting the Netherlands for the annual commemorations of the battle, meets a Dutch journalist and expresses his deep wish to find out what happened to his passengers of that fateful flight to Arnhem. Together they decide to start a search for them. Over six years later this investigation has resulted in a moving personal story of the Battle at Arnhem. The captivating stories of the airbornes give the reader a surprising and gripping view on the events. As a fascinating consequence the search has led to several unexpected renewed personal contacts between the pilot and some of his passengers and their relatives. It also rekindled the search for some of Morley's passengers that are still missing.