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Air Transportation Sayings By Noah Hawley: Anyone looking back at the log later, trying to piece together a mystery, would find Anyone looking back at the log later, trying to piece together a mystery, would find nothing but times and dry entries. It was a lazy Sunday. What made it meaningful were not the facts or details, but the imperceptibles. Inner life. The smell of the beach grass and the feel of sand on a bathroom floor when changing out of a swimsuit. The heat of American summer. Line ten of the log read simply: 10:22 Condor ate second breakfast. It couldn't capture the perfect toasting of the onion bagel or the saltiness of the fish in contrast with the thickness of cream cheese. It was time lost in a book - a journey of imagination, transportation - which to others simply looks like sitting or lying stomach-down on the rug in front of a summertime fire, legs bent at the knees, up ninety degrees, kicking absently, feet languid in the air. — Noah Hawley
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Air Transportation Sayings By Charles Miske: The night air was still and damp rising from the mud banks of the creek. The night air was still and damp rising from the mud banks of the creek. Our lives had been determined by the random flow of water through weaknesses in the soil. Where there was water there was humanity. Especially now, with no stable forms of transportation, our villages were all based on the flow of water. From the sides of the mountains we'd traversed just days ago it looked like an open expanse of nothing. From here it looked like an open expanse of nothing. Staring into the void above, it was the same nothing. Staring into my heart was the only form of anything solid and that was suspect at best. — Charles Miske
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Air Transportation Sayings By Marco Rubio: I believe God has blessed our country. This country has been extraordinarily blessed. And we I believe God has blessed our country. This country has been extraordinarily blessed. And we have honored that blessing. And that's why God has continued to bless us. — Marco Rubio
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Air Transportation Sayings By Rachel Hawkins: And then I remembered something. Holy crap, I'd obviously been without magic for way too And then I remembered something. Holy crap, I'd obviously been without magic for way too long to have forgotten one of the coolest spells I could do.
"Stop!" I yelled.. Archer, Cal, and Jenna all skidded to a halt on the sand. I waved my hands at them to come closer. "Okay, everybody hold hands," I said.
Archer stared at me, one hand pressed to his bleeding chest. "Sophie, this really isn't the time for a friendship circle."
"It's not that," I said. "It's this."
I closed my eyes and channeled all my magic into a transportation spell. There was a rush of icy air, and then we were standing in the grove of trees that housed Hex Hall's very own Itineris.
"Wow," Jenna breathed. "It is awesome to have you back."
Magic and satisfaction rushed through me. "You said it," I agreed. "Now come on."
And with that, the four of us dove into the Itineris. — Rachel Hawkins
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Air Transportation Sayings By Daniel Goldin: There are no practical alternatives to air transportation. There are no practical alternatives to air transportation. — Daniel Goldin
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Air Transportation Sayings By Lorrie Moore: The later-afternoon air of our exhalations hung in brief clouds before us. The thought balloon The later-afternoon air of our exhalations hung in brief clouds before us. The thought balloon of my own breath said, "How have I found myself here?" It was not a theological question. It was one of transportation and neurology. — Lorrie Moore
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Air Transportation Sayings By Helen Keller: The test of a democracy is not the magnificence of buildings or the speed of The test of a democracy is not the magnificence of buildings or the speed of automobiles or the efficiency of air transportation, but rather the care given to the welfare of all the people. — Helen Keller
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Air Transportation Sayings By Jeff Smisek: I don't think our government really has much of a policy about air travel. I I don't think our government really has much of a policy about air travel. I would compare the policies of United Arab Emirates, which has done a terrific job recognizing the value of transportation, of travel. — Jeff Smisek
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Air Transportation Sayings By Amelia Earhart: Among all the marvels of modern invention, that with which I am most concerned is, Among all the marvels of modern invention, that with which I am most concerned is, of course, air transportation. Flying is perhaps the most dramatic of recent scientific attainment. In the brief span of thirty-odd years, the world has seen an inventor's dream first materialized by the Wright brothers at Kitty Hawk become an everyday actuality. — Amelia Earhart
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Air Transportation Sayings By Dallas Campbell: We've only had aircrafts for a hundred years, and yet look at us. So, I've We've only had aircrafts for a hundred years, and yet look at us. So, I've become absolutely fascinated by this strange, bizarre world of airports, air travel and transportation. It's interesting. — Dallas Campbell
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Air Transportation Sayings By Joe Sutter: It wasn't until the jet engine came into being and that engine was coupled with It wasn't until the jet engine came into being and that engine was coupled with special airplane designs - such as the swept wing - that airplanes finally achieved a high enough work capability, efficiency and comfort level to allow air transportation to really take off. — Joe Sutter
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Air Transportation Sayings By Antony Gormley: How do you make the timelessness of inert, silent objects count for something? How to How do you make the timelessness of inert, silent objects count for something? How to use the, in a way, dumbness of sculpture in a way that acts on us as living things? — Antony Gormley
Air Transportation Sayings By Roger Zelazny: No airplane could make it. Not since the war. None could venture above a couple No airplane could make it. Not since the war. None could venture above a couple hundred feet, the place where the winds began. The winds: the mighty winds that circled the globe, tearing off the tops of mountains and sequoia trees, wrecked buildings, gathered up birds, bats, insects, and anything else that moved, up into the dead belt; the winds that swirled about the world, lacing the skies with dark lines of debris, occasionally meeting, merging, clashing, dropping tons of rubbish wherever they came together and formed too great a mass. Air transportation was definitely out, to anywhere in the world, for these winds circled, and they never ceased. Not in all the twenty-five years of Tanner's memory had they let up. Tanner — Roger Zelazny
Air Transportation Sayings By Jiddu Krishnamurti: If we depend for our happiness on another, on society or on environment, they become If we depend for our happiness on another, on society or on environment, they become essential to us; we cling to them, and any alteration of these we violently oppose because we depend upon them for our psychological security and comfort. — Jiddu Krishnamurti
Air Transportation Sayings By Fred Thompson: We have some real political differences among us, but we all share the same goals: We have some real political differences among us, but we all share the same goals: clean air and water, injury free workplaces, safe transportation systems, to name a few of the good things that can come from regulation. — Fred Thompson
Air Transportation Sayings By Gustave Flaubert: Love, she believed, had to come, suddenly, with a great clap of thunder and a Love, she believed, had to come, suddenly, with a great clap of thunder and a lightning flash, a tempest from heaven that falls upon your life, like a devastation, scatters your ideals like leaves and hurls your very soul into the abyss. Little did she know that up on the roof of the house, the rain will form a pool if the gutters are blocked, and there she would have stayed feeling safe inside, until one day she suddenly discovered the crack right down the wall. — Gustave Flaubert
Air Transportation Sayings By Alan Archuleta: As we use our last reserves of petroleum and pollute our world drilling for oil As we use our last reserves of petroleum and pollute our world drilling for oil in areas where an "accident" can quickly become an enormous ecological disaster; as our air becomes more and more polluted and unhealthy; as food, housing, energy, transportation, and clothing become less and less affordable; what can save the Earth and civilization? Hemp can! — Alan Archuleta
Air Transportation Sayings By Paul Watson: We need to stop burning fossil fuels and utilize only wind, water, and solar power We need to stop burning fossil fuels and utilize only wind, water, and solar power with all generation of power coming from individual or small community units like windmills, waterwheels, and solar panels. Sea transportation should be by sail ... Air transportation should be by solar powered blimps when air transportation is necessary. — Paul Watson
Air Transportation Sayings By Carl Sagan: What was an infant's view of air travel? You go to a special place, walk What was an infant's view of air travel? You go to a special place, walk into a large room with seats in it, and sit down. The room rumbles and shakes for four hours. Then you get up and walk off. Magically, you're somewhere else. The means of transportation seems obscure to you, but the basic idea is easy to grasp, and precocious mastery of the Navier-Stokes equations is not required. — Carl Sagan
Air Transportation Sayings By Anais Nin: Although I love a rich life, I hate an overcrowded life. I believe in rumination Although I love a rich life, I hate an overcrowded life. I believe in rumination and lose half the beauty of all things when I am deprived of the time to ruminate. — Anais Nin
Air Transportation Sayings By William Randolph Hearst: All work and no play may make Jim a dull boy, but no work and All work and no play may make Jim a dull boy, but no work and all play makes Jim all kinds of a jackass. — William Randolph Hearst
Air Transportation Sayings By Carol S. Dweck: If you're somebody when you're successful, what are you when you're unsuccessful? If you're somebody when you're successful, what are you when you're unsuccessful? — Carol S. Dweck
Air Transportation Sayings By Carrie Harris: Excuse me if I feel skeptical,' I said. 'Coach's foot fell off. How exactly do Excuse me if I feel skeptical,' I said. 'Coach's foot fell off. How exactly do you propose to cure that? Superglue? — Carrie Harris
Air Transportation Sayings By Marinella Venanzi: Looking into the mirror I ask myself:"You live in a house equipped with air conditioning.You Looking into the mirror I ask myself:
"You live in a house equipped with air conditioning.
You eat tasty food.
You utilize convenient transportation to travel.
You utilize convenient information technology to live.
Could you not say that you, who do all this, are not a dictator?
Isn't it right that you life is supported by somebody else's death?
Doesn't your life that exists at the expense of somebody else's sacrifice infinitely resemble the life of a dictator who only cares about his own life?"
-Yasumasa Morimura (excerpt from "Mr. Morimura's Dictator Speech"). — Marinella Venanzi
Air Transportation Sayings By George C. Scott: He had a winning smile, but everything else was a loser. He had a winning smile, but everything else was a loser. — George C. Scott
Air Transportation Sayings By Ronald Reagan: Those concerns of a national character-such as air and water pollution that do not respect Those concerns of a national character-such as air and water pollution that do not respect state boundaries, or the national transportation system, or efforts to safeguard your civil liberties-must, of course, be handled on the national level. — Ronald Reagan
Air Transportation Sayings By Ed Thigpen: Do you know why they call a drummer's seat a throne? Because drummers are kings Do you know why they call a drummer's seat a throne? Because drummers are kings and queens. — Ed Thigpen