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crash landing

  1. crash landing is term may refer to a crashing airplane.
    (dolce and garbage, November 27, 2008, 11:02 pm)
  2. metaphorically, it can be any situation in which a reality or a truth becomes abruptly apparent, such as when your date tells you to hop it after a romantic meal that cost you a week's salary.
    (Chequer, November 28, 2008, 1:19 pm)
  3. IT IS A TYPE OF LANDING FOR THE AIRPLANE WHICH IS CRASHED. USUALLY, A PLANE CANT FLY IN THE SKY, IF IT IS CRASHED, HOWEVER, THEY NEED TO LAND ON EARTH. SUDDENLY, THEY LAND ON THE EARTH BY CRASHING ON ANY OBJECT OR ON ROAD. THIS IS CALLED AS CRASH LANDING.
    (rose007, November 28, 2008, 4:59 pm)

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