sweep forward

sweep forward

sweep forward
X-29A experimental aircraft.
A wing planform in which the airfoil is inclined forward from the root to the tip.
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Of a sudden, Galazi, who watched, saw him sweep forward like a bird and stoop to the ground.
Technological advancement will continue to sweep forward at an ever increasing speed which makes me wonder what life will be like in another 50 years time?
A new headlamp treatment sees the lamp clusters sweep forward into the front corners of the vehicle with polycarbonate lenses providing a smooth surface over the functional elements of the lamp cluster.
Huddersfield continued to sweep forward after the break and added a fourth when Jamie McCombe prodded home from close range following a corner, before Antony Kay converted another Peltier cross to make it 5-0 in the 53rd minute.
Not that Arsenal, for all their defensive solidity, managed to carve out any more than a handful of openings but they still looked dangerous when they managed to sweep forward at full pace.
Arsenal are never more dangerous than when they sweep forward on the counter.
They rarely put fewer than eight players in opposing defences on set pieces and sweep forward with the speed of a cobra's tongue.
DOWN BUT NOT OUT: Coventry Fly's Ed Baynes-Clarke is grounded as the Coventry University attackers sweep forward during their match last night.
Liverpool still managed at times to sweep forward with fluidity and from one such movement Dominic Matteo supplied the 57th-minute cross for Robbie Fowler to rifle home from two yards.
Despite a reshaped defence, Ipswich continued to sweep forward with swift counter attacks.
Paul Scholes failed to make a vital tackle in midfield, allowing Ronaldinho to sweep forward.
When they sweep forward at lightning speed, like they did so frequently in Wednesday's 4-1 caning of Bayer Leverkusen, there is no better sight in British football than the