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outriggers

i. The ancillary landing gear near the wing tip or at any other location that is well outboard from the centerline on the aircraft with bicycle or other types of centerline landing gears. This is the most common usage.
ii. A frame, boom, or the like projecting away from the central body of an aircraft, to which a component is attached, such as a stabilizer, an engine on an airship, etc., a tail boom. See boom (ii).
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The outriggers can also use existing pile foundations as support, making the particularly useful on jobsites where a ground structure already exists, such as when working around refineries, highways or other existing infrastructure.
If that happens to an outrigger bait, the line falls out of the pin and the bait stops moving forward, giving the fish a chance to eat it.
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Outrigger Enterprises Group, a privately-owned leisure and resort group operating in the Pacific region, announced the launch of its new web site, OutriggerHawaii.
That's what Otter discovered a few years ago on a death-defying outing with his outrigger canoe-racing club.
The outriggers, or "sideKecks," will fill out the Keck Interferometric Array being built under the auspices of the NASA Origins program.
Some will ski standing, usually with the help of outriggers or "ski bras" (see sidebar on page 22).