They head straight into the wind.
Suddenly the Hispaniola came right into the wind.
His goal was to build a kite so efficient that it would advance into the wind.
It happened when overhead planes spewed out the nerve agent into the wind, accidentally sending it into nearby farmland in Skull Valley.
Bruised and bleeding, the men cursed into the wind.
Steinmetz let the motor idle and ran like hell into the wind.
Most small birds take off with a quick upward leap into the wind and strong, fast wing beats.
I am raging out like King Lear—Queen Lear—screaming into the wind, screaming for all us women.”
Those afternoons the light died quickly and we talked nearly non-stop, race-walking into the wind.
“I was dealing with how to exist stepping off the path,” Moshfegh said, blowing smoke into the wind.
They swung up into the wind and hovered, then would rush forward and nail something that you couldn’t see.
To facilitate short takeoffs and landings, airspeeds over the deck are increased by turning the ship into the wind.
There is no characteristic style, although this type of vessel often uses a steadying sail to keep heading into the wind.
When one speaks into the wind, however, the sound wave is refracted upward, away from the ground, and the voice is “lost.”
Nadal never did figure this out: his heralded topspin forehand, struck into the wind, fell short again and again, providing Djokovic with sitters struck back for winners.
In the east-coast city of Chongjin, people were reported to have thrown their money into the ocean, while in Nampo five people were arrested for scattering money into the wind from the back of their motorcycles.
About an hour later, I was part of the mass movement of students going in opposite directions, in wind-whipped snow, two roughly parallel columns moving from old campus to new and vice versa, faces in ski masks, bodies shouldering into the wind or pushed along by it.
Two lines of special constables – loyalist civilians signed up specially for the occasion – had formed, making an aisle from the magistrates’ house to the hustings, where the carts were then repositioned slightly so that Hunt did not have to bellow into the wind, and the constables became submerged in the crowd.
You will never meet your would-be grandfather, who would stretch his face into any expression to make you gurgle-laugh; never meet your godparents, who would help you navigate your sexuality with compassion and humor; never feel the soil between your chubby palms; never see our third-floor home submerged in wastewater; never nibble painfully at my nipples; never watch the sun explode; never blow the seeds of a dandelion into the wind.
Years on years they worked their way through the high meadows and mountain drainages, horse-packing into the Big Horns, the Medicine Bows, the south end of the Gallatins, the Absarokas, the Granites, the Owl Creeks, the Bridger-Teton Range, the Freezeouts and the Shirleys, the Ferrrises and the Rattlesnakes, the Salt River range, into the Wind Rivers over and again, the Sierra Madres, the Gros Ventres, the Washakies, the Laramies, but never returning to Brokeback.
into the wind
- in the direction opposite to the direction the wind is blowing
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Years on years they worked their way through the high meadows and mountain drainages horse-packing into the Big Horns the Medicine Bows the south end of the Gallatins the Absarokas the Granites the Owl Creeks the Bridger-Teton Range the Freezeouts and the Shirleys the Ferrrises and the Rattlesnakes the Salt River range into the Wind Rivers over and again the Sierra Madres the Gros Ventres the Washakies the Laramies but never returning to Brokeback