The angle of the rudder recovered from Flight 447 seems too acute to have been safely used at that speed.
And sitting in its eye, trying to hire staff, put systems in place, and keep a forceful hand on the rudder, is Elizabeth Warren.
The angle of the rudder recovered from Flight 447 seems too acute to have been safely used at 550 miles per hour.
rudder seems content to play the record keeper and let the philosophers sort out the sigificance.
Of course, rudder admits there are more pieces to the puzzle.
Some changes had been made in the planes and rudder, and the good effect was at once noticeable.
These false gills also act as a rudder to aid the insect in swimming.
You will note that the rudder slides into the rear end of the projectile so that none of it extends out.
He filled the crevices of the raft with wax and pitch and attached a rudder.
And, girls, what do you suppose that grouchy old fisherman will say when he sees we lost his rudder?
Old English roðor "paddle, oar," from Proto-Germanic *rothru- (cf. Old Frisian roðer, Middle Low German roder, Middle Dutch roeder, Dutch roer, Old High German ruodar, German Ruder "oar"), from *ro- "steer" (see row (v.)) + suffix -þra, used to form neutral names of tools. Meaning "broad, flat piece of wood attached to the stern of a boat and used for steering" is from c.1300. Spelling with -d- for -th- first recorded mid-15c. (cf. feather, mother, gather).