right wind

right wind

A wind blowing on an aircraft from the right and causing it to drift to the left.
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This was very frustrating, seeing mature deer and knowing if I could just walk I could have moved a treestand, waited on the right wind and had a good chance to tag out.
We looked for the right place, the right wind direction, and just had to wait.
Waiting for the right wind, Cody hung a new stand in a travel corridor and climbed in on the afternoon of Oct.
With the right wind creating water movement on these structural elements, pike congregate on these areas in numbers.
| Manager Akil Wright dropped back into defence alongside Manny Smith, while Rutherford went onto the right wind and Holdroyd played as the centrl striker.
"I just kept hoping that the right wind would carry me back to the shore."
The traveller, Yulia, said the plane was starting to fill with smoke, the right wind had dragged along the ground and some of the plane's wheels fell off.
With the right wind, a nice day and plenty of cover to hunt, both young and veteran dogs can use some help and direction as they apply to the search.
When he shot "for record" on a B27 target, the left to right wind speed had kicked up enough to move the 1-MOA 5-round group a few inches to the right.
This year's national competition has the team scrambling to build the right wind turbine - and raise enough money for the trip.
The bluefin tuna fishing at Cat Cay is still difficult--mainly dependent on the right wind conditions--southeast to south winds--to drive the fish up from the depths to ride the current north.
If you pack them well, and you've got a good body position, and you jump in the right wind conditions, they will most probably open straight on."