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wingspan

, wingspread
the distance between the wing tips of an aircraft, bird, etc.

wingspan

The distance from one wing tip to the other. See span.
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In addition, with the help of industry leading subscription revenue growth and continued strength in digital revenue growth, Wingspan believes roughly 50% of Lee's revenues can be expected to grow in 2015 and will help Lee to achieve its stated goal of strong and stable cash flows in 2015 and beyond.
BIG FLAP: The Marabou Stork's wingspan can reach 12ft.
In February, Wingspan acquired a JPMorgan Chase mortgage servicing facility in Melbourne, Florida.
director of Public Citizen's Health Research Group) and Kessler outlined their concerns about the Wingspan system in a 20-page letter to FDA Commissioner Margaret A.
Prior wingspan estimates for pelagornithids went up to 20 feet, but they were based on more fragmented fossils.
In the late 1990s, Stanford University's Flight Research Laboratory and what was then McDonnell Douglas, now part of Boeing, conducted test flights of a 17-foot wingspan, remotely piloted blended-body wing craft at El Mirage dry lake.
They are one of the biggest butterflies in the world with a seven-inch wingspan -most butterflies' wingspan is two inches.
It has a wingspan of approximately 25 centimeters (10 inches), and it can eat up to 1,200 tiny insects an hour.
Using a catheterization procedure, the Wingspan system is guided through the femoral artery in the leg up to the blockage in the brain.
Made from more than 10,000 bricks, the model, at one metre high with a two-metre wingspan, took three weeks to complete.
Molly has a six-foot wingspan and at six-and-a- half pounds is quite heavy for an owl but she can certainly fly,''he said.