Valkyrie


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Valkyrie

, Walkyrie, Valkyr
Norse myth any of the beautiful maidens who serve Odin and ride over battlefields to claim the dead heroes and take them to Valhalla
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The Valkyrie is a canard aircraft, equipped with a forewing to prevent the plane from stalling in the air.
Inspired by classic fighter jets with clean lines and premium finishes, the Valkyrie impresses with understated elegance.
The Valkyrie offers two USB ports, one at the front and one on its back end.
Forget what the sniffy critics said about Cruise - he is in fine form in Valkyrie.
The Corsetorium is also Liverpool's exclusive stockist of a number of designer ranges, including What Katie Did and hand-made corsets by Brightonbased companies Bobbie Trap and Valkyrie.
VALKYRIE S/t (Twin Earth)--Impressively doomed debut by this Harrisonburg, VA, outfit mixes pentagram with Hawkwind influence.
music unleashes another gorgeous-sounding, head-scratchingly impressionistic compilation of girl-group emotion, traditionalist spiritualism and Valkyrie reverb.
The B-70 Valkyrie was to be Strategic Air Command's crown jewel from the mid-1960s on.
Military, NASA, and company archives yielded new details about the XB-70A Valkyrie, the largest Mach 3 aircraft ever flown and an icon of modern aviation even though only two of the aircraft were built.
Robert Vaughan has written over 250 books, I including THE VALKYRIE MANDATE, which was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize and ANDERSON VILLE.
The Sunday morning revellers will hear a five-minute introduc-tory blast of The Ride of the Valkyrie theme, familiar from the film Apocalypse Now, followed by a less familiar 50 minutes of sung drama.
I have, after all, to thank the Warner Brothers for my introduction to the art form by way of Elmer Fudd and Bugs Bunny's stirring rendition of "Kill the Wabbit" to the tune of Wagner's "The Valkyrie.