wing span

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  • The upper wing span was slightly greater than that of the lower.
  • The female is larger than the male and in the upper range of the wing-span.
  • Because of their body size and wing span they avoid young and dense forests when flying.
  • Generally modern airliners are around long and the wing span is about the same.
  • The wing span was increased by six feet and five-foot winglets were added.
  • The large wing-span makes it hard for it to take off but once in the air, it is hard to take down.
  • All three have larger wing-spans than the remaining two South American subspecies.
  • It had a lower wing span which was somewhat less than that of the upper wing span.
  • The female covers the upper range of the wing-span.
  • The thin wing could have been made thicker if required, or a section added to increase the wing span.
  • Female: The female covers the upper range of the wing-span.
  • The Martin's model numbers reflected the aircraft's wing span.
  • Another way to express this is wing span.
  • It looked like a cross between a condor and a hawk, but its wing span must have been over three hundred feet. Cited from The Sky Is Falling, by Lester del Rey
  • For a given aerodynamic form, the area in turn increases with the square of the wing span.
  • The wing span and area as well as gross weight varies depending on the model.
  • The males are in length, have a wing span from and are otherwise similar to the females.
  • They are small, with the total length less than and wing span less than, It has a small ear and long narrow tragus.
  • Its length is and its wing-span, It has a black hood and throat with a white collar.
  • Mescinia Estrella can grow to be almost a foot long in wing span.
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