Unicorn Hard-On - An Investigation Of Feathers And Flight album flac
- Album: An Investigation Of Feathers And Flight
- FLAC: 1905 mb | MP3: 1277 mb
- Released: 2007
- Style: Abstract, Noise, Experimental
- Rating: 4.9/5
- Votes: 514
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|B3||The Fur Of Feathers|
- Artwork By [Zine] – Maya Raye
NotesThese songs were originally recorded 2005 and released on CDR plus two bonus tracks.
The enclosed zine is an art piece created by my dear friend Maya Raye.
On Saturday April 6th, thousands of adults and children all over the world got together in predesignated locations in their respective cities with one purpose in mind - To have a good old-fashioned pillow fight with total strangers!
Listen free to Unicorn Hard-On – An Investigation of Feathers and Flight (Dovekie, least bittern and more). 8 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. Connect to this site.
These songs were originally recorded 2005 and released on CDR plus two bonus tracks. The enclosed zine is an art piece created by my dear friend Maya Raye.
Then the victim either had feathers thrown on them or was rolled around on a pile of feathers so that they stuck to the tar. The image of the outlaw remains a metaphor for severe public criticism. The note on gibbet at upper right reads: "A Cure for the Refractory"-a bagful of feathers and a cask of tar. Phillip Dawe print. Coming of the American Revolution. In 1766, Captain William Smith was tarred, feathered, and dumped into the harbor of Norfolk, Virginia by a mob that included the town's mayor. A vessel picked him out of the water just as his strength was giving out. He survived and was later quoted as saying that they "dawbed my body and face all over with tar and afterwards threw feathers on m.
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Tertials – Three flight feathers that are closest to the bird's body along the wing, located next to the secondaries. Remiges – A term used to refer to primaries, secondaries, and tertials together. Greater primary coverts – Feathers that overlap the base of the primaries. Greater secondary coverts – Feathers that overlap the base of the secondaries. Median secondary coverts – Feathers that overlap the base of the greater secondary coverts. Lesser secondary coverts – Feathers that overlap the base of the median secondary coverts. Underwing coverts – Located on the underside of the wing, underwing coverts create a lining at the base of the flight feathers. Auxillaries – Also located on the underside of the wing, the auxilliaries cover the 'armpit' area of the bird's wing, smoothing the area where the wing meets the body.
Primary feathers: These are the largest of the flight feathers and propel the bird through the air. They are the farthest away from the body, attached to the skin of the wing on the ‘hand’ of the bird. In most bird species, there are 10 primary feathers on each wing. If these flight feathers are damaged or lost, a bird cannot fly. Secondary feathers: These run along the ‘arm’ of the wing and sustain the bird in the air, giving it lift. The number of secondary feathers varies with different species . The rectrices or tail flight feathers are mainly concerned with stability and control. They are used as a rudder, helping to steer and balance the bird and allow the bird to twist and turn in flight. These feathers also act as a brake for landing.
Birds rely on their feathers not just for flight, but also for insulation, communication and many other things. On this page you’ll learn about what makes bird feathers so specia. eathers. A male peacock displaying his magnificent tail feathers. They’re not designed with flight in mind! As well as being necessary for flight, a modern bird’s feathers have many other uses. Below is a list of the many benefits of having feathers. What Are Feathers For? Temperature regulation. A bird’s feathers play an important part in keeping its body at the right temperature. When feathers first appeared on dinosaurs, it’s likely that this was their primary function.
Flight feathers (Pennae volatus) are the long, stiff, asymmetrically shaped, but symmetrically paired pennaceous feathers on the wings or tail of a bird; those on the wings are called remiges (/ˈrɛmɪdʒiːz/), singular remex (/ˈriːmɛks/), while those on the tail are called rectrices (/rɛkˈtraɪsiːs/), singular rectrix (/ˈrɛktrɪks/). The primary function of the flight feathers is to aid in the generation of both thrust and lift, thereby enabling flight
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