[S4E3] High Flight
We went on and it was very hard on the men, and they were moaning and crying, and I think only the fear of the German was the only thing that really pushed them to go on, because they really wanted to just stop and understandably. It took us quite awful long time to go out to this place, which was after going through a forest, up and up and up, and went to about 8,000 feet. So it was quite high.
[S4E3] High Flight
We were able to get the water from there, drinking water, which we drank, because it was so high in the mountain, we thought it was the water was pure there. So we drank the water from there, and I used it to sterilize whatever I had to help men with the dressing and to do whatever I could. Again, I really had no experience. I was no nurse. I was just a school girl.
Like the famous American by Virginia Hall, due to a hunting accident, Andrzej had lost one leg below the knee and wore his prothetic leg. After fighting with a Black Brigade, he was awarded an highest Poland military decoration, the Virtuti medal. Lines of communication between Hungary and Poland were badly needed as German propaganda that controlled the news, effectively cutting off Poland from the rest of the world.
Well, because as you all know, in school today, God, country, duty, sacrifice are no longer in school, and we need to put them back. We need them today as much as we ever did. So I think that perhaps a program highlighting the extraordinary story of men and women might just get that little spark that sometimes is needed to alter a course of a life or to alter somebody's idea about what they want to do.
Nicole, I can see you're a very high energy, action-oriented person, which I think would be really good for a Resistance worker. But you also mentioned the fact that you were very young, and so most of the time you thought you were immortal. Was that true of most of the Resistance workers you encountered? Were they young and bold?
Jonathan Byers and Argyle, both clearly high, drive Eleven, Mike Wheeler, and Will Byers back from the roller rink after Eleven injured Angela. They return to find Murray Bauman making dinner for them, where Joyce Byers explains she needs to go on a "business trip" to Alaska the next day. Argyle mentions the incident at the rink, and Eleven excuses herself to her room when Mike makes an offhanded comment about Angela, laying down on her bed and experiencing intense flashbacks of the mass murder at Hawkins National Laboratory.
As her plane to Alaska prepares for takeoff, Joyce expresses regret over lying to her children, but Bauman, knowing their tendency to get involved, claims she did the right thing. She claims she is "seeing an old friend" when a flight attendant asks and expresses mild disgust when the attendant assumes Bauman is her husband.
After landing from a turbulent but routine flight, the crew and passengers of Montego Air Flight 828 discover five years have passed in what seemed like a few hours. As their new realities become clear, a deeper mystery unfolds and some of the returned passengers soon realize they may be meant for something greater than they ever thought possible.
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[10:18] A jointed robotic arm, similar to a human arm in size and shape, would wield two of the spectrometers, as well as the microscopic imager and the Rock Abrasion Tool. The rovers also had foldable solar panels that could be tucked down to fit within the space capsule during its flight to Mars, and then opened up like wings after landing.
Kobie Boykins: One vehicle had already gone to the Cape, which is the Kennedy Space Center. A lot of the team had moved out there to start the rest of the ATLO, getting ready, really, for launch services. We do all the final touches, remove before-flight stuff, and then literally put it on top of the rocket, get ready to fire it off.
[34:34] Kobie Boykins: They didn't pay us a lot, but they paid us to show up there and sweat and skate around with roller blades. The transition from ice to rollers is pretty easy, little different skating style, but not much different. But you know, really high-end hockey that they decided to put on TV, and as crazy as it is now thinking about it, it was a lot of fun. (laughs)
[40:35] Narrator: Finally, Opportunity left Earth for its six-month flight to Mars. While Spirit had launched in daylight, rising through the wide blue sky on a tower of billowing white clouds, Opportunity launched at night, its rocket a piercing orange flame that traced a bright line high into the darkness.
If you're cutting through a high-powered electric fence, you need more than rubber gloves and a pair of thick-soled shoes. Covering a fence with spray-on insulation and using a set of fiberglass-handled bolt cutters will keep you from lighting up like a Christmas tree.
The 118 race to save a man under siege by his high-tech smart home, and a yoga teacher who has lost her vision. Athena hunts down a bank robber disguised by Covid protocols. Meanwhile, Buck confides in Maddie, Hen clashes with her antagonizing medical school lab partner and members of the 118's crew prep for an out-of-state mission. 
Claire had signalled her ruthlessness by dispatching high-heeled mini-me Leann Harvey (Neve Campbell) to retrieve from a secret Underwood safe deposit box an old photograph of Frank's despised dad consorting with the Ku Klux Klan. She then arranged for the picture to be blown-up to billboard size and displayed prominently on the outskirts of Frank's home town of Gaffney, South Carolina. This would have been damaging under normal circumstances. But with the Democratic Primary taking place in South Carolina the very next day and Frank reliant on the African-American vote, it posed an existential threat to his entire campaign. The carpet bombing would continue until the First Lady had her way. 041b061a72