1. a term used to describe the positions of aircraft approaching final approach courses for parallel runways from opposite sides of the final approach courses. for example, an aircraft approaching the final for runway 27r from the north and an aircraft approaching the final for runway 27l from the south would be on opposing bases. base legs refer to the portion of the pattern prior to turning onto final. 2. the name of a podcast about air traffic hosted by ag and rh.
1. i was flying into greensboro and the awesome air traffic controller had me aimed directly at the aircraft to the parallel runway; i am glad they know how to apply the separation rules for opposing bases so we didn’t get too close!
2. i was listening to “opposing bases” yesterday and really enjoyed the show!
- head like a dropped pie
australian slang for an unattractive face. a pie dropped on the ground is an unattractive mess. as is an ugly face. bloke 1: check out the t-ts on that chick!!! sonya! bloke 2: yeah, but she’s got a head like a dropped pie. i wouldn’t f-ck her with your d-ck.
a wonder full full of life person who doesn’t stray from protecting what she thinks is right beautiful is loving caring avery great cook makes wrong decisions about boys fun if you don’t have a knikita you should get one by cameron a person knikita
- erika johnson
erika johnson is a dumb-dumb who spends too much time on urban dictionary searching up her cousins’ names. erika johnson is also a term to describe being really confused and having no idea what is going on, as well as occasionally falling down and losing all brainpower for days, even weeks at a time. she […]
an expression to use to show how zooted you are. zoog-y n-gg-
not hot, but not ugly. to pretty or handsome to actually be hot. sally:omg zac efron is so hot! molly:ok,ok, it’s like he’s cute, he has his flaws, but he’s like too pretty. he’s just tongy.