Even people who take great pride in having gotten ahead through hard work can, if prompted and upon reflection, recognise the tail winds
that helped them.
As a balloonist I once had to wait three months to take off but we hope it will not be as long this time." Mr Fossett was due to take off from Nasa's Kennedy Space Centre at 6.42am local time (11.42am UK time) today but was waiting for unexpected tail winds
Rose (20-16) took advantage of a strong tail wind
to the turn but was pipped by Andy Proffittt (Artic - Shorter Rochford RT).
"The conditions were perfect - there was a tail wind
. I should have gone back to 14 strides, but I haven't really got my run-up sorted.
Keys supporters could be forgiven for starting to count their proverbial chickens as outside half Gethin Worgan used the second half tail wind
to add two penalties to his earlier conversion.
Perhaps the most stunning recent example of this phenomenon is the arrival last autumn of a duck, a male American Redhead, on Kenfig Pool, its arrival coinciding with a westerly tail wind
Thomas della Casa from Deutsche Bank has stated that Crossair needs some 'tail wind
' in the form of an economic upswing to help it succeed.
Following a dry afternoon and a tail wind
the ground has dried out.
Henry is a big admirer of the English-born No.6 who can perform with equal comfort across the back row, and with a good tail wind
Down Under he should challenge England's Richard Hill for a Test spot.
The tail wind
and insufficient reduction of engine power on landing resulted in a longer than normal touchdown on the runway.
at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 2, 40 minutes early because of a tail wind
Each race went as nti-clockws ise around the half mile circuit and the weather could hardly have been better at this notoriously chilly venue, normally renowned for being 'two coats colder' - bright and sunny, 14 Celsius and a good strength tail wind
out of the final, fast bend up the 130 metre home straight.