He then hurtles through the snow to Heathrow, arriving nearly a quarter of an hour after the others and finding them still planning.
hurtles a while to get used to steering the car, but a bit of patience will see you hurtling round the tracks.
Flight of Fear: A completely enclosed coaster, this wicked design hurtles riders through a sudden launch at greater than four times the force of gravity.
If you watch Meteor, you'll distinctly hear the instrument used in the scenes where the huge meteorite hurtles toward Earth.
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