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I grabbed the leading edge of the wing to stop from falling.
Those things in the leading edge of your wings are guns, understand?
Plumb-lines must be dropped over the leading edge of the top surface wherever struts occur, and also near the fuselage.
Now stand in front of it and line up the leading edge with the main spar, rear spar, and trailing edge.
A machine generally on M. Farman lines, but with different shaped ailerons and corners of the leading edge rounded.
Its white hands gripped the front of wings, the leading edge of struts and wires.
The girl held fast to his rope and took a step toward the leading edge of the plane wing.
For steering, both vertical and horizontal, a hinged tail was provided, and the leading edge of each wing was made flexible.
These longitudinals and the skids end at the leading edge of the back plane and the laminated skids and wheels are placed there.
Is it true that the mechanics have cut holes in the fuselage so's you can let them hang out over the leading edge of the wing?
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