The wind-screen was up, and the roads were dust-laden, so he could not see with absolute accuracy.
If we cannot we must shelter beneath the first wind-screen of rock we can find.
They rose quietly, and went so slowly seaward that he didn't have to raise a wind-screen.
"I'm oot o' baccy," he said, again peering over the wind-screen.
wind-screen—A small transparent screen mounted in front of the pilot to protect his face from the air pressure.
He didn't raise a wind-screen, but let the air blow around him, the air of Earth.
Dollar sat beside him, in the shelter of a wind-screen that glazed and framed a continuous study in nocturnal values.
Finally, he hurled the starting-handle at the wind-screen and smashed it.
She was about to stammer out words of excuse and apology, when McPhulach turned round and leaned over the wind-screen.
"Land," called the aeronaut, his voice small against the whistling of the air over the wind-screen.