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hang-glider

an unpowered aircraft consisting of a large cloth wing stretched over a light framework from which the pilot hangs in a harness, using a horizontal bar to control the flight
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Or maybe he could hang-glide out of his cell with it strapped to his back.
Some of us like hang-gliding, too, but you don't hang-glide off of El Capitan in Yosemite," he says.
These segments show how virtual reality is being used today to hang-glide with monsters, build space stations, and train police officers and surgeons.
He then learned to hang-glide so he could fly with the wild birds he normally worked with on the ground.
Falconer Jonathan Marshall, 35,from Southport, learned to hang-glide so he could realise his dream of flying with the wild birds he normally worked with on the ground.
He wanted to become professional and hang-glide full-time but sponsorship was a problem.
It can be a complete bore for those involved with people who hang-glide but are not involved in the sport themselves.
Or you can leap off the spectacular rock formation of the Grand Canyon and hang-glide down.
This bird comes between the light and your reading, hang-glides in the corner of your eye, a pirate