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" The marks of his claws are traceable in the sandy soil, as, at first with firm and decided digs, he forced his way, but as he lightened his body and increased his speed with the aid of his wings, the imprints of his talons gradually merged into long scratches.... "
The New Art of Flying - Page 11
by Waldemar Kaempffert - 1911 - 291 pages
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Annual Report of the AŽronautical Society of Great Britain

Royal Aeronautical Society - Aeronautics
...the point where these vanish to the place where he had stood, proved that with all the stimulus which the shot must have given to his exertions he had been compelled to ran full twenty yards before he could raise himself from the earth.' " Now, the recorded observations...
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English Mechanic and World of Science: With which are ..., Volume 32

Industrial arts - 1881
...Some fragments of feathers denote the spot where the shot had struck him. The marks of hie claws are traceable in the sandy soil, as, at first with firm...to his exertions, he had been compelled to run full twenty yards before he could raise himself from the earth. Again the boat is under way, though the...
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Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution: 1889

Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents - 1890
...point where these vanished to the place where he had stood, proved that with all the stimulus that tue shot must have given to his exertions he had been...yards before he could raise himself from the earth. H. Mis. 224 20 Again the boat is under weigh, though the wind is but jnst sufficient for us to stem...
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The Strand Magazine, Volume 13

Literary Criticism - 1897
...least five miles from where he rose. Some fragments of feathers denoted the spot where the shot had struck him. The marks of his claws were traceable...to his exertions, he had been compelled to run full twenty yards before he could raise himself from the earth." We have not all had a chance to see this...
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McClure's Magazine ..., Volume 9

American literature - 1897
...least five miles from where he rose. Some fragments of feathers denoted the spot where the shot had struck him. The marks of his claws were traceable...to his exertions, he had been compelled to run full twenty yards before he could raise himself from the earth." We have not all had a chance to see this...
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The Aeronautical Annual, Volume 1

James Means - Aeronautics - 1894
...Some fragments of feathers denote the spot where the shot had struck him. The marks of his claws are traceable in the sandy soil, as, at first with firm...to his exertions, he had been compelled to run full twenty yards before he could raise himself from the earth. Again the boat is under weigh, though the...
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Annual Report

Smithsonian Institution - Science - 1901
...he rose. Some fragments of feathers denoted the spot where the shot had struck him. The marks of hie claws were traceable in the sandy soil, as, at first...himself from the earth. We have not all had a chance to see this striking illustration of the necessity of getting up a preliminar}1 speed before soaring,...
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Machine design, boilers

American School (Lansing, Ill.), Frank Wakeley Gunsaulus - Engineering - 1903
...majestically away to his place of refuge in the Libyan range, distant at least five miles from where he rose. The marks of his claws were traceable in the sandy...to his exertions, he had been compelled to run full twenty yards before he could raise himself from the earth." Other soaring birds rise by heading into...
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Report of the Board of Regents, Volume 44

Science - 1800
...fr-agiiifiits of feathers denote the spot from where the shot had struck him. The marks of his claws are traceable in the sandy soil, as, at first with firm...exertions he had been compelled to run full 20 yards, befovft \\v raise himself from the enctli. .)//*. 2L>4 20 Again (ho boat is under weigh, though the...
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Report of the Board of Regents, Volume 55

Smithsonian Institution - Discoveries in science - 1901
...the sandy soil, as, at first with firm and decided digs, he forced his way; but as he lightened h is body and increased his speed with the aid of his wings,...himself from the earth. We have not all had a chance to see this striking illustration of the necessity of getting up a preliminary speed before soaring,...
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