We wouldn't have to fly all our water up from Earth.
If they could fly up already, it would have been done.
We had flown up, and a little to the left, for quite some time.
Indeed the arms flew up as if in search of the head.
That will keep the ball from flying up and out of control.
When he flies up in the air, it is 2006.
The ground flying up to meet him was the last part of the battle that he knew.
Around him were a group of government scientists who had flown up from Washington.
"I didn't know there would be flying up in the air."
Fly up last night, knowing we couldn't get off by boat until today?
On some days the squadron flew up to 150 sorties.
Helikites fly up to 200 ft in the air with or without wind.
They flew up to the next band, but it was solid fog.
Chapter 3 We flew up to ten thousand feet.
Some breeds fly up to 1000 m high, others stay in the air for several hours.
They can fly up to 90 miles an hour.
Each plane carries 216 passengers and has can fly up to 7,200 miles.
Over time, the aircraft flew up to 30 minutes at a time.
When the space shuttle was approved in 1972, it was to fly up to 60 times a year.
The package was designed to fly up to six times, but this will be only its second mission.