But the wing tip didn't quite catch and grab on the ground to pile up the whole works in a heap.
He intercepted me neatly as I rounded the wing tip and approached the cockpit.
Each one of the four uncles was proud of the blue eyes of wing tip the Spick.
Still again it will extend one wing tip in advance of the other, or be spreading or folding, lowering or raising its tail.
Some airship went too close to the statue, and a wing tip, or a rudder hit the torch.
Stan picked up the One-Nine, scissoring off a wing tip and sending him wavering away toward the east.
The Sea Eagle hesitated, half rose, and then crashed down to the ground, landing heavily on one wing tip and smashing it to bits.
It was a big bird with an eight-foot stretch from wing tip to tip as measured by this plainsman's rule—his hands.
He dived, and the wing tip landing lights went on, sending fierce glares downward.
But the instant he tried to steer the aeroplane round, the wind, rising under one wing tip, careened her to a perilous angle.