Glide may refer to:
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... The Harley-Davidson Super Glide is a motorcycle model made by the Harley-Davidson Motor Company ... The current Super Glide model is now based on the Dyna Glide chassis which offers a wider variety of front ends and trim levels, and continues to fill the intermediate niche between the smallest and ...
... Glide (linguistics), synonym for semivowel Glide reflection, a geometrical transformation Glide, a measure used by Innova Discs to evaluate flying disc performance ...
... Glide Aero Airport (FAA LID 17OR) is a private Airport located 2 miles southwest of Glide in Douglas County, Oregon, USA ...
... Model Engine Years Notes FL Hydra Glide 1,200 cc 1949–1957 Discontinued after nine years in production ... FL Duo Glide 1,200 cc 1958–1964 Discontinued after seven years in production ... FLH Electra Glide 1,200 cc (1965–1980), 1,340 cc (1978–1993) 1965–1993 Fitted with the Panhead engine in the first year of production with an electric start, the Shovelhead engine in the second year of production ...
... The ratio of the distance forwards to downwards is called the glide ratio ... The glide ratio is numerically equal to the Lift-to-drag ratio under these conditions but is not necessarily equal during other manoeuvres, especially if speed is not constant ... A glider's glide ratio varies with airspeed, but there is a maximum value which is frequently quoted ...
Famous quotes containing the word glide:
“Our life is not so much threatened as our perception. Ghostlike we glide through nature, and should not know our place again.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“At the last, tenderly,
From the walls of the powerful fortressd house,
From the clasp of the knitted locks, from the keep of the well-closed doors,
Let me be wafted.
Let me glide noiselessly forth;
With the key of softness unlock the lockswith a whisper,
Set ope the doors O soul.”
—Walt Whitman (18191892)
“We perceive no charms that are not sharpened, puffed out, and inflated by artifice. Those which glide along naturally and simply easily escape a sight so gross as ours.”
—Michel de Montaigne (15331592)