In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- They commence flying day sorties and then move on to night sorties.
- The Ministry of Defence estimate that more than 3,000 air sorties have now taken place.
- At the end of the day, the Air Force had flown nine sorties.
- First, the Air Force could try to increase the number of sorties flown by operational units.
- The operational sorties in the north switched to training sorties in the south.
- Both sets of planes have set off on their daily sorties with vastly differing missions before them.
- Learn all you can in the simulator, especially those emergency procedures that hopefully do not happen on your daily sorties.
- The number of sorties being flown increased as commanders began to see an aircraft on the ground as an opportunity lost.
- That means more weapons can be carried on a single sortie.
- I was on a short, night sortie to reset my landing currency before we pulled into Singapore.
- All totaled, there were 1166 effective sorties flown on 220 missions during the life of this very unique outfit.
- I served in the Home Guard in the Blitz, and then for four years in the RAF, in which I survived 60 operational sorties in bomber aircraft.
- We were prepared to fly a few sorties and bomb them for a couple of nights.
- Marine helicopters completed more than 400 combat sorties in Operation Anaconda.
- On another tour there, he was an aircraft commander for more than 900 tactical airlift sorties.
- He said the aircraft flew sorties twice a day in the early stages of the exercise and had to be fully replenished both times.
- "We agreed that both crews would conduct basic surveillance sorties of the same area.
- Its first operational sorties took the form of raids against Republican-held airfields in March 1937.
- A few sorties were flown with the first two aircraft but the Invaders basically settled into the weeds.
- Most sorties involve hours of uneventful flying and ten minutes or less of furious combat.
- Their sortie netted the two machineguns and eight prisoners.
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- Autumn is the time of year when we draw in our horns and make shorter sorties across the Channel to the likes of Paris, Bruges and Amsterdam.
- From the kick-off, Sweden won possession and launched a sortie down the right.
- This season will probably nudge the Gunners top as they have five home games straight after five European nights, while Chelsea have five away trips after sorties to the continent.
- If you like a short sortie you can choose one, on the other hand if you like a brisk climb you may elect for the Masshill climb.
- The final sortie the following day almost wraps up the week with a hike between Point Sublime and Moustiers.
- Among his pleasant memories of the club's first sortie into Division 1 was the opening win against Young Munster, and reaching the Senior Cup final.
- The peaks and flatlines he has experienced during the club's European sorties have been akin to those that would register on a seismograph representing a 9.8 quake.
- Naas might have gone further ahead in the ninth minute when another sortie involving Andy Melville and Fitzgerald was stopped short.
- Their only goal came off the boot of Martin Patrick and their sorties into attack were limited.
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