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This is unique from traditional feathering in aviation, which involves rotating the propellers of a turboprop engine to reduce drag in the event that the engine fails.
Her crisp white custom Atelier Versace gown featured ombréd feathering, billowing out into a small train.
In the case of Jianianhualong, the dinosaur's feathering gives paleontologists a better idea of what the ancestral plumage pattern looked like.
Camouflage your lips with a non-drying concealer to prevent feathering.
Swedes, of course, have an innate knack for nest feathering, and any first-time visitor to Stockholm should come prepared for the scope and richness of the housewares-shopping experience (i.e., bring an empty suitcase).
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