Spitfire sentence examples

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  • You're a little spitfire, you know that?

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  • She was so nicknamed because of her spitfire personality.

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  • During the Mexican War he served, from February to June 1847, as lieutenant and then as commanding officer of the "Spitfire," a paddle vessel built for use on the rivers, and took part in the bombardment of Vera Cruz and in the other naval operations under Commander M.

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  • What was written as a recurring role turned into a six-year run thanks in large part to fans, who became enamored with Budig's portrayal of sassy spitfire Greenlee.

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  • Leo likes adoration, and Taurus truly admires everything about his little spitfire.

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  • spitfire pilot 20th June 2006, 10:45 Great idea!

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  • This last Spitfire was a fully fledged ground attack aircraft that used the short barrelled Hispano Mk 5 guns.

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  • The feedback was primarily into military, not civil aeronautics -- most significantly, from Britain's point of view, into the Spitfire.

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  • Classic aircraft such as the Spitfire will take to the air in a marvelous aerial ballet to music.

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  • ARRIVE IN STYLE A highlight of recent hop Festivals has been the hop pickers steam train, The Spitfire, commissioned by Shepherd Neame.

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  • Al Deere I flew a spitfire for the first time in March 1939.

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  • Many had come from far and wide just to see the spitfire which appeared at 15.08.

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  • The selection of five spitfires includes the oldest Spitfire still to be flying and the last ever operational aircraft.

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  • A subscription arrangement was suggested where people gave part of their weekly salary to a fund to buy a spitfire for the RAF.

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  • This last spitfire was a fully fledged ground attack aircraft that used the short barrelled Hispano Mk 5 guns.

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  • To top it all, the legendary spitfire was designed in the heart of the city of Southampton, by R J Mitchell.

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  • spitfire ale is not undrinkable, but it is nothing special.

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  • They seek instant gratification from games that load in seconds, not the quiet satisfaction of applying the crowning brushstroke to a model spitfire.

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  • spitfire in combat did they find an aircraft in some ways equal to their own.

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  • Al Deere I flew a Spitfire for the first time in March 1939.

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  • Many had come from far and wide just to see the Spitfire which appeared at 15.08.

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  • A subscription arrangement was suggested where people gave part of their weekly salary to a fund to buy a Spitfire for the RAF.

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  • To top it all, the legendary Spitfire was designed in the heart of the city of Southampton, by R J Mitchell.

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  • Spitfire Ale is not undrinkable, but it is nothing special.

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  • They seek instant gratification from games that load in seconds, not the quiet satisfaction of applying the crowning brushstroke to a model Spitfire.

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  • Only when German fighter pilots met the Spitfire in combat did they find an aircraft in some ways equal to their own.

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  • Whatever the exact date of the first flight, this year, 2006, sees the 70 th anniversary of the Spitfire in flight.

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  • Spiteful Spitfire Sprightly Springeren Name Origin: Tunny fish.

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  • spitfire in flight.

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  • spitfire for the RAF.

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  • From the loud thunder of the Spitfire crashing, to the superb cameo of two air-raid wardens rescuing beer.

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  • Another Spitfire from the same squadron and base as above undershot the runway and hit the perimeter fence, landing after night flying practice.

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  • Spitfire Pilot 20th June 2006, 10:45 Great idea !

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