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outside loop

outside loop
An inverted loop. This aerobatic maneuver is performed under negative g conditions with the aircraft's upper surface remaining outward throughout. Also called a bunt.
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It's a cool system, but unless you need something that will stay put through an outside loop, we don't see how it's worth that investment.
Stunt woman: Portland resident Dorothy Hester took up flying as a teenager and made the record books at 19 when in 1930 she was the first woman to fly a plane in an outside loop, essentially a forward somersault.
Pre-settlement Iowa was covered in prairie, with streams naturally meandered over the landscape, creating cut-offs and meander scars on the outside loops of the main stream channel.