Attitude

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Soyuz TMA-19 - Docking
... Ahead of docking, the ISS handed over attitude control to the Russian Orbital Segment at 1900 UTC, and at 1917 maneuvered to provide an optimum attitude for docking ... Once this was completed, the ISS returned to its normal attitude ... Attitude control was returned to the US Orbital Segment at 2345 UTC ...
Attitude (Sepultura Song)
... "Attitude" is Sepultura's eighth official single, and the second of three to be taken from the 1996 album Roots ... leaving the band and starting Soulfly, who perform a different version of "Attitude" named "The Song Remains Insane", although using the same set of lyrics ... Due to its origins "Attitude" has become a tribute to Dana in the years since his death ...
Lusory Attitude
... The lusory attitude is the psychological attitude required of a player entering into the play of a game ... To adopt a lusory attitude is to accept the arbitrary rules of a game in order to facilitate the resulting experience of play ...
Attitude - Other Meanings
... Attitude (heraldry) WWF Attitude, a 1999 video game The Attitude Era, an era in the WWF Attitude (obstetrics), an obstetrical term referring to the fetal head flexion at birth ...
Attitude: The New Subversive Cartoonists
... The Attitude series of books is a series of anthologies of alternative comics, photos and artists' interviews edited by Universal Press Syndicate editorial cartoonist Ted Rall ... A group of cartoonists featured in the Attitude series formed the organization Cartoonists With Attitude in June 2006 the group hosts slideshow and panel events around the ...

Famous quotes containing the word attitude:

    The attitude is we live and let live. This is actually an amazing change in values in a rather short time and it’s an example of freedom from religion.
    Tom Wolfe (b. 1931)

    There must be something solemn, serious, and tender about any attitude which we denominate religious. If glad, it must not grin or snicker; if sad, it must not scream or curse.
    William James (1842–1910)

    I read ... an article by a highly educated man wherein he told with what conscientious pains he had brought up all his children to be skeptical of everything, never to believe anything in life or religion or their own feelings without submitting it to many rational doubts, to have a persistent, thoroughly skeptical, doubting attitude toward everything.... I think he might as well have taken them out in the backyard and killed them with an ax.
    Brenda Ueland (1891–1985)