Separate names with a comma.
"Although widely disapproved as nonstandard, and more common in the habitual speech of the less educated, ain't is flourishing in American...
Google is your friend... LOL
Move to the UK for proper English, good luck.
And ain't used to not be a proper word. How did it finally get into the dictionary?
As a good friend would say: NIT PICK
"Jive is not defined as 'in accord with,' but has been used as such since the 1940s."...
That doesn't make him all bad.
One can dream...
But he specifically asked a question he knows the answer to, in typical fashion, in order to get the argument going.
Prop hub with one prop blade removed. The hub is packed full of grease which obviously restricted movement.
P.S. I believe that's a variable...
Why don't you just point them towards previous threads where its been discussed.
A cut from the movie "Airplane" would probably be more fitting.
And a flight instructor, to boot. That don't jive.
That's probably best.
Going to have to adjust the W&B for that.
Come turn wrenches where I work, it'd be fun.
Well, some people take college preparatory classes in high school, go to college, and end up in management, never touching a tool.
I took every...
I enlisted in '76 and separated in '80. I never broke nor lost any tool while in the AF.
I've been employed by 4 airlines since '83, over 20...
In my four years in the Air Force I filled out zero.