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We also had a lot of luck, favorable weather, a capable crew, access to equipment, multiple escape routes, and an intimate knowledge of the terrain.
Other gear, like chainsaws or Pulaski tools, comes down as cargo from the same plane from about 150 feet above the terrain.
Perhaps, in the end, our galaxy, and even our universe, is simply the test tube for a vast chemical computation exploring a mathematical terrain of possibilities that stretches on to infinity.
Like its predecessor on the Curiosity rover, the camera will take color, 3-D and panoramic images to help scientists understand the terrain and the mineralogy of the surrounding rocks.
The video primarily shows off BigDog’s ability to balance on its own, right itself, and move over uneven terrain.
It extends only a short distance into Virginia and consists mainly of rough, rugged terrain.
This action provided Virginians with knowledge of the type of terrain and its potentiality along this important borderline.
The original design of Wren had to be altered slightly because of the terrain of the country-side.
Captain Melendez studied the terrain with a hurried glance, and it was far from being favourable.
THE BORDER RIFLESGUSTAVE AIMARD
The terrain was fairly level, but a spirit level would have shown a marked tilt to the east.
DAVID LANNARCK, MIDGETGEORGE S. HARNEY

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