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Then, in order to secure a sufficiency of longitudinal stability, it is necessary to set the forward stabilizer at about 15.
Such decrease applies to both main surface and stabilizer, since both are fixed rigidly to the aeroplane.
Inside was a gyro-stabilizer to keep the whole device upright.
In fact, with only one trial I am convinced that it is going to be the best stabilizer so far on the market.
Do you think, Mr. Curley, that the little stabilizer has proved to be all that was claimed for it, sir?
Stabilizer—A surface, such as fin or tail-plane, designed to give an aeroplane inherent stability.
Ahead, he could see the prisoners in their white suits crowding around the stabilizer air lock of the invading ship.
They will be perfectly streamlined, except for a little stabilizer at the tail, to guide 'em.
THE BLACK STAR PASSESJOHN W CAMPBELL
The rocket curved sweetly away below him, down to the sharp lines of the great stabilizer fins.
THE SCARLET LAKE MYSTERYHAROLD LELAND GOODWIN
Finally Bill reached a point within a few feet of the leading edge of the stabilizer.
BILL BRUCE ON FOREST PATROLHENRY HARLEY ARNOLD

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