Meant

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Spitfire - Variants - Seafire
... a carrier-based fighter poor visibility over the nose, for example, meant that pilots had to be trained to land with their heads out of the cockpit and ... Spitfire airframe however cumulative front line experience meant that most of the later versions of the Seafire had strengthened airframes, folding ...
The Killing Fields - Process
... People receiving more than two warnings were sent for "re-education," which meant near-certain death ... world at all), being told that Angkar would forgive them and "wipe the slate clean." This meant being taken away to a place such as Tuol Sleng or Choeung Ek for torture and/or execution ... their own graves their weakness often meant that they were unable to dig very deep ...
Mitlenatch Island Nature Provincial Park - History
... descriptive meaning comes from the Sliammon language where ‘metl’ meant calm and ‘nach’ meant posterior ... In the Kwak'wala language of the Kwakwaka'wakw, ‘mah-kwee-lay-lah’ meant "it looks close, but seems to move away as you approach it" ...
Meant To Fly
... "Meant to Fly" is a song written by Chantal Kreviazuk, Raine Maida and Gaby Moreno, for 2006 Canadian Idol winner Eva Avila ... was crowned the winner of the fourth season, "Meant to Fly" began receiving airplay across Canada ...
Symphonic Cycle As A Whole Symphonic Work
... At first the movements of a symphony were meant to be distributed among other works -- arias, overtures, concertos -- in extended evening social events at which music ... The movements were meant to be connected and identified as part of the symphonic cycle through recall and quotation of earlier movements, and the finale movement ...

Famous quotes containing the word meant:

    ... how often the Presidency has simply meant that a man shall be abused, distrusted, and worked to death while he is filling the great office, and that he should drop into unmerited oblivion when he has left the White House ...
    M. E. W. Sherwood (1826–1903)

    It destroyed him and your mother, because he ventured into areas of knowledge where man is not meant to go.
    Edward L. Bernds (b. 1911)

    The writer probably knows what he meant when he wrote a book, but he should immediately forget what he meant when he’s written it.
    William Golding (b. 1911)