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Definition of Aftward

Aftward
Aftward Aft"ward, adv. (Naut.) Toward the stern.

Meaning of Aftward from wikipedia

- and the McDonnell Douglas AV-8B Harrier. The Grumman-patented Sto-Wing aftwards-folding wing folding system, pioneered on the Grumman F4F-4 Wildcat, has...
- bail-out escape, owing not only to its aft airstair but also to the high, aftward placement of all three engines, which allowed a reasonably safe jump despite...
- mock-up carrier at Wuhan, yet it has a striking external resemblance to the aftward-folding Grumman E-2 Hawkeye. The aircraft made its first flight in August...
- in the FX comedy series Legit, which ran for two seasons on FX and FXX. Aftwards, he next starred as Tim Hughes on the CBS sitcom Life in Pieces, which...
- One camera points toward the nadir, while the others provide forward and aftward view angles at 26.1°, 45.6°, 60.0°, and 70.5°. As the instrument flies...
- handling the twinned main gear wheels, and folding by swiveling downwards and aftwards during retraction to "fold" the maingear's length to shorten it for stowage...
- midpoint of the starboard maingear's transverse retraction arms, which ran aftwards within the fuselage to the vertical fin to operate the tailwheel retraction...
- possible, one should try to model the physics completely and abstract aftwards, if necessaary. Multipath interference is a phenomenon in the physics of...
- all, yet it has become the prime example of vintage beauty" and "...the aftward upper wing led to the big, steeply raked windscreen that is also a key...
- the sails aback, and casting off three bow anchors and shifting the guns aftward, but a strong wind and rising waves drove her further aground. Next they...
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