Slowing down in preparation for parachute deploy at mach 1.7.
The jet is “redlined” at mach 2, but structurally it can reach a maximum speed of mach 2.25.
But during that time in hell in mach his beard turned pure white.
This vexed her so mach that she wept day and night about it.
"A hand in the act of grasping," now spoken of in Maya as mach.
Professor mach deals with the live facts, the salient points of science, and not with its mysticism or dead traditions.
After making prodigious havock in many other places, Alfonzo returned to Columbo with mach spoil and many prisoners.
Tenants then have as mach right as the landlord used to have.
Haeckel, Ostwald, and mach have each given the world a constructive system of thought.
mach says that disintegration takes place in times of peace.
measure of speed relative to the speed of sound (technically Mach number), 1937, named in honor of Austrian physicist Ernst Mach (1838-1916).
Austrian physicist and philosopher who experimented with supersonic projectiles and the flow of gases, obtaining early photographs of shock waves and gas jets. His work laid an important foundation for later developments in the science of projectiles and aeronautical design, and the Mach number and Mach bands were named for him.
An operating system kernel under development at Carnegie-Mellon University to support distributed and parallel computation. Mach is designed to support computing environments consisting of networks of uniprocessors and multiprocessors. Mach is the kernel of the OSF/1.