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Old June 4th 04, 04:29 PM
John Harlow
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Default caution - wake turbulence

Perhaps there was a "light quartering tailwind"?


Old June 4th 04, 04:40 PM
John Gaquin
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"John Harlow" wrote in message news:97ednTYDUvr-

Perhaps there was a "light quartering tailwind"?

maybe trying for a Mary Poppins imitation? :-)


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