yes it does
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Sometimes it is but it most depend on the wind. :)
Yes, it can. Weight, number of folds, and wingspan are all factors in making a paper airplane fly farther. A long-distance paper airplane (glider) should have large wings, a small fuselage, and evenly distributed (but also light) weight. It should be held and thrown from the center of gravity.
you go up this ramp thing that folds up that connects to the airport building to the plane.
Pitch rises. pitch of the sound produced depends on the diameter, length, and tension in the vocal folds. when distance increases, the vocal folds tense and the pitch rises: when distance decreases, the vocal folds relax and pitch falls.
The digestive tube structure in both earthworms and grasshoppers consists of several folds. These folds affect the efficiency of food absorption by increasing the surface area.
There can be any number and as many as a hundred. Originally, they represented the number of ways an egg can be prepared. Now they've come to mean how experienced the chef is (more folds equal more experience). But there is no rule on how many folds. It's more a personal choice of design.
Upcurved folds in rocks are known as Anticlinal folds.
Ben Folds was the lead singer and piano player of the Ben Folds Five. Ben Folds now has a solo career.
covering folds of peritoneum