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Study the word list: Engineering (aviation) Set 6

Words an aircraft engineer is likely to need when writing maintenance reports.

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They approached the dog with caution.

The crash caused much damage to my car.
Distribution is how things are shared out, arranged or placed. *
I'm exhausted after that long run.
The Hip forms the external angle of the roof. *

In the US in the 1920s, the term flapper described a fashionable and independent young woman. *
We use an indicator to tell us if our solution is an acid or a base. *
A musical instrument. *
Materials are the items needed to make something. *
I will be happier with this project when I have finished all necessary modifications. *
Two things are able to exist or occur together without conflict or problems. *
The wounded climber was helped to safety.
The decimal numeral system has ten as its base.
The temperature in the desert was over 40 degrees.
A vertical cliff is a precipice.

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