delayed fall

delayed fall

In parachuting, it means a free fall of more than three seconds before the parachute opens.
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Referee Michael Oliver awarded the penalty, but the Egyptian's delayed fall following minimal contact sparked Palace fury.
It might have been a delayed fall but he was caught, so it was a double whammy for Mane.
His delayed fall convinced neither referee Graham Scott nor the 10,890 fans in attendance.
"Looking ahead to next year, identifiable demand catalysts include benefits from store reset efforts, the rollout of Design Ateliers, order flow from the delayed fall 2016 Source Books and a new RH Modern Source Book planned for spring," he said in a research note.
High water temperatures, though, have delayed fall trout stocking.
The Middle East experienced a delayed fall off in business aviation compared to other regions, and in the end it hit similar levels as felt throughout the world.
At worst there was a tangle of legs - yet the foul was given following a delayed fall and the red card brandished by the man in the middle.
Finally, the clinical findings of improved symptomatology are consistent with the rapid drop in [FT.sub.3] level and the delayed fall in [FT.sub.4] levels.
In anticipation of a delayed fall sitting in December, administrative and procedural orientations were offered to the newly elected Members in late November.
The walkout lasted five months, and the town was turned topsy-turvy, resulting in a delayed fall season, a dearth of film development, even an Oscarcast with a half-written script.
The delayed Fall 1999 Arbitron listings are finally out, and KMOX can still lay undisputed claim to the market's number one slot.
QUESTIONS about the delayed fall in energy prices and the rise of energy poverty will be presented in a new Government consultation paper today.
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