French flier

French flier, French flyer

A flier of a three-quarter-turn stair, around an open well.
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He'll need all his experience to deal with the French flier. Coman destroyed Cristian Gamboa in Munich and his pace and ability to change direction at full speed means he will again be a major problem.
The French flier (suffering play-off heartbreak with the Foxes in 2013, left) was player of the year as the Seagulls clinched promotion from the Championship last season.
The rookie astronaut will be sharing the station with two seasoned veterans, a Russian cosmonaut on his second flight and a first-time French flier.
French flier Vorda has all sorts of big prizes on her horizon after running away with the Cheveley Park.
French flier Emanuely bagged 18 points against Hemel before following up with 23 against London.
The French flier was a shock target for the Toon at the end of last month when they tabled a bid - thought to be around pounds 10m - to land him with the deadline just hours away.
Rougerie has run over and thrown Williams around like a rag doll in his time, while the Welsh wizard has left the French flier bemused, bewildered and clutching at thin air.
In true Knight Rider fashion, the French flier even comes with a "boost" button that combines petrol and electric power for more performance.
A third Wales and Ospreys star, scrum-half Mike Phillips, also made the final six-man short-list, with Scotland skipper Mike Blair and French flier Vincent Clerc.
Worcester were forced into changes with Chris Horsman left out after he was cited for allegedly stamping in the previous home game against Leeds and French flier Nicolas Le Roux failing a late fitness test.
Poor Carter, replaced at half-time, was left exposed to the attacking threat of French flier Stephane Dalmat, as was Stephen Clemence when he briefly dropped back.
But when it comes to explaining how to stop the French flier, he falters uncharacteristically.