Bad green gator: Noodler’s Bad Green Gator Ink – 3 oz Bottle

Noodler’s Bad Green Gator Bulletproof Fountain Pen Ink Review

 

Noodlers Bad Green Gator

Noodler’s Bad Green Gator fountain pen ink is an advanced version of their popular bulletproof inks that are designed to resist tampering.  Bad Green Gator is part of their Warden Series which is designed to stay a step ahead of forgers by being resistant to water, solvents, UV light, detergents, and even some unnamed technologies.  The reason for not naming them all, I assume is to keep forgers and miscreants in the dark.

 

Under the Cap of the Noodler’s Bad Green Gator

 

With a quick peek under the cap, you can see that Noodler’s Bad Green Gator is a dark-ish green ink.  You might also notice its a bit bubbly in this picture, but that is only because I dropped the bottle before taking this photo.  You will see once we get to the writing sample though, that the ink is a bit lighter than what you see in the bottle here, which is usually the case with most inks.

 

Noodlers Bad Green Gator Writing Sample in a Rhodia 90g Web Notebook

I enjoyed writing with the Noodler’s Bad Green Gator ink, as it was a very smooth and easy flowing ink, and I really like the almost “money green” shade that looks especially good on the ivory paper in my Rhodia Web Notebook with 90g paper.  Before I bought this ink, I read lots of reviews stating that the ink sometimes feathered pretty badly, however I didn’t see this behavior on the Rhodia paper, my Levenger note cards, Levenger Circa paper, or the paper in a few of my notebooks with recycled paper.  I did get very slight hints of feathering, but that it was only noticeable under very close inspection, and was never a distraction to my writing.  One of the very nice qualities about this ink other than its extremely bulletproof characteristics is that it also dries incredibly quickly, so it is probably a great option for you left-handed writers out there.  In my tests it took just about one second to dry…cant get much better than that.

 

Noodlers Bad Green Gator Rhodia and Water and Alcohol

As for the bulletproof qualities of Noodler’s Bad Green Gator Ink, the picture above shows two Levenger note cards where I wrote on them with the ink, then ran water and rubbing alcohol over them.  On each of the note cards, you can see that the water and rubbing alcohol had absolutely no effect on the ink, even after I tried to smudge the ink with my fingers.  Now there are obviously other stronger ways to try and tamper with the ink, however those are beyond my means to test.  For me, having something that is waterproof and that is known to be one of the most difficult inks to tamper with is good enough.

 

Noodlers Bad Green Gator Nib Creep

 

The one problem I did have with this ink was that there is a bit of what I’d consider to be excessive nib creep.  The photo above shows how bad it can be, and regardless of how many times I tried to wipe it clean, the ink would just reappear shortly.  Obviously his doesn’t get in the way of a quality writing experience, but it can lead to being a bit messy.  Overall I think its a really nice ink, I just wish that the nib creep could be a bit more controlled so that I could be a little more comfortable about knowing i wasnt going to get ink all over my fingers or anywhere else.  The Noodler’s Bad Green Gator fountain pen ink is a fun ink to write with, and it has some muted tones that make it good for business purposes as it’s not too flashy, and as I said before, it might be a good option for you lefties out there, just be aware of the nib creep issue.

 

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Noodler’s Ink – Bad Green Gator – test – Zegarki i Pióra

Niewiele jest wodoodpornych zielonych atramentów. Tytułowy inkaust jest jednak zaliczany do tej grupy. Nie bez znaczenia jest także korzystna cena oraz intrygująca nazwa.

Opakowanie:

Proste, biało czarne, które wykonano z kartonu. Właściwie trudno rozpisywać się na jego temat, gdyż jego rolę ograniczono głównie do podstawowej ochrony butelki oraz jej etykiety.

Butelka:

Charakteryzuje się prostymi kształtami. Są one zgodne z ideą producenta, którego hasłem przewodnim jest w dużej mierze pragmatyczność. Jej kwadratowa w rzucie podstawa zapewnia odpowiednią stabilność pomimo tego, że butelka prezentuje formę wertykalną. Całość wieńczy czarna plastikowa zakrętka, o której również trudno powiedzieć coś więcej, aniżeli że jest. Wychodzi na to, że opakowanie jest przeciętne. Nie. Jest ono funkcjonalne, a w owej prostocie jest coś, co przekonuje do zastosowanej formy. Oczywiście jak to w przypadku inkaustów Noodler’s Ink, butelka jest zalana pod samiutki korek, tak więc mamy do dyspozycji pełnienie 90ml cieczy.

Charakterystycznym elementem opisywanej serii inkaustów są etykiety, które nierzadko prezentują mocno zróżnicowane interpretacje graficzne przeróżnych motywów i ilustracji. Na części z nich umieszczono jednak podobiznę suma, który występuje w roli logo firmy.

Atrament:

Tytułowego koloru byłem ciekaw już od dłuższego czasu. Ostatecznie muszę przyznać, że odcień zieleni jest mocno specyficzny, przez co może nie trafić w niektóre gusta. Kolor jest mieszanką zieleni „bagiennej” pewnej domieszki zieleni „miętowej”. Barwa jest dosyć stonowana i raczej rzadko widywana wśród atramentów innych producentów. Mnie generalnie się podoba. Tekst jest na tyle dobrze nasycony, że czytelność napisanego tym atramentem tekstu stoi na wysokim poziomie.

Atrament przeważnie nie wykazuje strzępienia – ma ono miejsce głównie jeżeli atramentu jest na papierze zbyt dużo. Przebijanie nie jest uciążliwe na lepszych podłożach, jednak w przypadku „kleksa”, można już mówić o bardzo mocnym przebijaniu, które jest wręcz odwzorowaniem kształtu i koloru plamy na drugiej stronie kartki. Na słabszych jakościowo papierach przebijanie może stanowić pewien problem.

Minusem jest dla mnie przeciętne (co najwyżej średnie) cieniowanie. Gdyby ten parametr wypadał lepiej, to z pewnością byłbym chętny na cały kałamarz tego atramentu. Zauważyłem jednak, że słabe cieniowanie jest bolączką wielu wodoodpornych atramentów spod znaku Noodler’s Ink (identyczna sytuacja ma miejsce np. w testowanym już Polar Blue).

Zarówno przepływ jak i nawilżanie stalówki są doskonałe. Atrament jest podawany bardzo sprawnie, a pisanie piórem napełnionym tym atramentem należy do doświadczeń zdecydowanie przyjemnych.

Także krótki czas schnięcia jest pewnym zaskoczeniem. Podejrzewałem, że atrament ten będzie schnął znacznie dłużej. Tymczasem wystarcza niewiele ponad 5 sekund, by pomimo grubej stalówki mówić o suchym tekście.

Wodoodporność jest perfekcyjna. Próbka pomimo nasączania wodą wygląda tak, jak gdyby nigdy nie miała z wodą kontaktu.

Podsumowanie:

Atrament ten ma swoje minusy. Jeżeli jesteśmy w stanie „przymknąć oko” na nieszczególne cieniowanie, oraz przebijanie na słabych papierach, to może to być ciekawa alternatywa dla innych, bardziej „opatrzonych” odcieni zieleni w naszym piórze. Inkaust odwdzięczy się nam z pewnością szybkim wysychaniem oraz doskonałą trwałością jeżeli chodzi o wodoodporność. Nietypowa barwa też jest pewnym atutem.

Chciałem podziękować użytkownikowi Visvamitra z Forum o Piórach za udostępnienie próbki tego atramentu.

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Film Review: Gator Green (2013)

SYNOPSIS:

Florida, 1973. Vietnam vet Jack Andrew runs a bar with two of his Nam buddies. In the early hours of a Sunday morning Andrew snaps, and together with his cohorts terrorizes the patrons. He chops up the bartender and feeds the pieces to the hungry alligators nearby. When a drug dealer and his girlfriend arrive with a load of weed for the bartender in the morning, the trio victimizes them both. The dealer is torn apart alive by the gators, while the woman is tied up and shot to death.

REVIEW:

If the synopsis above seems bare or underdeveloped, it’s because Gator Green is a 16-minute short that was made with the purpose of raising funds for a feature. This is not an uncommon origin for many well-known films, in the horror genre or otherwise. But where many short films were later reshot and expanded into a feature, such as The Evil Dead or Saw, Gator Green is based on an excerpt from the middle of a feature-length script, and is actually intended to be incorporated into the final product.

Director Jim Van Bebber is no stranger to the difficulties of securing funds for a film. Like Gator Green, his earlier shorts Roadkill: The Last Days of John Martin (1994) and Chunk Blower (1990) were supposed to eventually take shape as feature films, but the former unfortunately remained an enticing sampler, while the latter saw the light of day as a trailer for a movie that never materialized. This foreshadows the recent trend of fake trailers that have been developed into popular neo-grindhouse crowd-pleasers, such as Machete or Hobo with a Shotgun, the genesis of both provided by Grindhouse (2007).

It was in the decade that killed off the grindhouse that Van Bebber started making a name for himself in the underground, with his kick-ass debut feature Deadbeat at Dawn (1988), an ultra-low-budget action/splatter film that took several years to complete. His only other feature to date, his controversial magnum opus The Manson Family, was started around the same time but wasn’t completed until 2003 – some fifteen years later. Gator Green screened with The Manson Family at its theatrical revival in 2013, and is featured on the 10th anniversary release of the film on disc.

While in its current truncated form Gator Green is understandably disjointed and unsatisfying, Van Bebber deserves credit for still being able to deliver stuff that drags the grindhouse kicking and screaming into the new millennium, without trying to capitalize on any trend – forget the studio-backed self-conscious homages of Robert Rodriguez or Rob Zombie. Shot in 16mm with bad sound, shoddy effects and sporadic incoherence, Gator Green is an unashamed throwback that feels closer to something like Tobe Hooper’s Eaten Alive (1977) than much of the current crop of neo-grindhouse.

With the theme of crazed, crippled Vietnam vets on the loose, shots of the Stars and Stripes, and footage of infamous war atrocities, you might think there is some personal or political statement at the root of the film. Nope. The director (and lead actor) himself has stated that while there is some political subtext, his film is “nasty and unapologetic and aspires to no social meaning.” What you see is what you get: hippie dealers, alligators devouring helpless victims, eight-tracks and overgrown ’70s bush, clumsy splatter, and an actor in blackface wearing a pink suit that looks like it came from Pimps’R’Us.

Gator Green pools some interesting talent around its legendary director. Special effects wizard Marcus Koch (100 Tears, Slow Torture Puke Chamber) makes yet another appearance, and producer Stephen Biro (head honcho of extreme/cult horror DVD label Unearthed Films) also has a small acting role. Van Bebber subsequently teamed up with both for American Guinea Pig: Bouquet of Guts and Gore, in which he made a brief appearance, in addition to his role as cinematographer. Many viewers (and headbangers) will otherwise know him from his collaboration with Necrophagia, Through Eyes of the Dead (2000). While Gator Green is far from the best place to start for those new to Jim Van Bebber, it’s good to know that he’s still leaving his grimy fingerprints on the ravaged body of exploitation cinema.

Florida’s alligator uniforms: 10 things to know about these disasters

Florida’s wearing some very unfortunate, alligator-colored alternate uniforms against Texas A&M on Saturday night. It’s not exactly the best way to bounce back from a one-point loss to LSU on Homecoming, but hey, you gotta try something! Anyway, here are some things to know about these, uh, things.

OK look, I get what Florida was trying to do here — get some unique uniforms that are both new, but respecting a traditional part of the program. This didn’t accomplish either of those things.

Florida Gators

The idea behind these, per Florida specifically, was to commemorate the 25th anniversary of Steve Spurrier naming Ben Hill Griffin Stadium “The Swamp.

Twenty-five years after Ben Hill Griffin Stadium became “The Swamp,” the University of Florida football team will take the look of a Gator when they take the field on Saturday. As the only Division I school in the country named the Gators, UF and Nike officials saw a unique opportunity that has been in the works for over two years.

Here they are in living color:

The Aggies beat Florida 19-17 on a field goal made with less than two minutes left. Florida had a chance to make a drive, but on the first play, Gator QB Feleipe Franks threw an interception to seal A&M’s win.

It looks more, like, grey? Ugh, this color with the orange numbers is just terrible.

Florida also wore these Nike alternates against Florida State in 2009:

Photo by Sam Greenwood/Getty Images

There were also these worn during the Florida-Georgia game in 2010:

Photo by Sam Greenwood/Getty Images

Those aren’t the only alternates the Gators have worn, but they did win all three of those games!

Pairing what appears to be the growl of a Gator with hype music and a player coming out of a tunnel to an empty stadium isn’t the best look, to be honest.

After the internet’s horrified reaction, Florida said:

Offensive lineman Fred Johnson said there were a few players who didn’t like them at first.

“There was a couple people. You can’t please everybody,” Johnson said via SEC Country. “You can’t please 100 percent of the people. … The majority of people have come around to it,” he said. “Then again, we only have the helmet and the shoes on today. When the whole ensemble comes together I think we’re going to be really happy about it.”

Cornerback Chauncey Gardner Jr. echoed my first reaction to them.

“My first impression, I thought they were gray,” Gardner said. “I thought they were gray. I didn’t like them, I thought they were gray. And then we seen it today, I was like, ‘Oh, they’re green,’ ” he said. “So it’s kind of a cool, like different look [for] Gators uniforms. You know, we always go orange or blue or white. … The green is a nice way to spice things up. … I kind of like it. I like it a lot.

The jerseys look like someone was assigned to create olive drab cycling uniforms for a bad Tour de France team. They look like a tire tread became a shirt. They look like hunting apparel from Kmart — not even Walmart, Kmart.

The jersey pattern not continuing down the pants is a major mistake because of how good Nike patterns like this can actually look when applied to a full uniform. The helmet’s left side either being genuinely blank or left for some other unspeakable horror is vexing.

The color is an unappealing shade of dead nature — and I don’t even know whether it’s actually olive green or gray-green or gray. It clashes with the blue and orange on the number — and it makes me think, every time I look at these uniforms, how much better a simple palette swap making “swamp green” “Gator black” and using the traditional orange and blue as accents would have looked.

The shoes aren’t even good. Do you know how hard you have to try to make Nike shoes look genuinely bad, instead of just meh, given three decades of great Nike design? It’s hard. It’s really, really hard.

To date, Florida has lost badly to Michigan, lost dumbly to LSU, beaten Vanderbilt convincingly, narrowly avoided blowing a lead against Tennessee, and even more narrowly avoided the end of the win streak against Kentucky. The Gators face a Texas A&M team that was competitive against Alabama and would prefer that you not dig into those other games. They were sent to Archives Subbasement G, and you do not have the security clearance required to access Archives Subbasement G.

Florida probably won’t win the East this year, which is fine. Florida almost certainly won’t be catastrophically bad either, which is also fine. This season is neither Florida’s wedding day nor Florida passing out in its own prime rib vomit at someone else’s wedding. This season is just a sick day. Can we not let Florida just stay home, not shower, eat a bunch of cereal, and download workout apps it’ll never use for more than a week? BY THIS TIME IN FOUR MONTHS FLORIDA WILL DO A HUNDRED PUSHUPS!

Nope. Just haaaaad to break out the Island of Dr. Moreau Pro Combats and get roasted on the timeline. Wonderful.

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Mother Falcon – alligator Teeth lyrics AZLyrics.com

Words

Alligator Teeth

How we drink until we’re kind
Searching for our wasted time
To hold us in our sleep
To hold us in our sleep
I will turn my friends to gold
For the treasury to hold
Then safely while they dream
Then safely while they dream
And how they dream
And how they dream
And how they dream
If they dream

Alligator
Teeth made of gold
I will never have you to hold

And I’ve see some things
Yes, they’re all in my dreams
And no, they never add up
No, they never make sense

I don’t want to ever dream
I don’t want to ever dream
No, I don’t want to ever dream

I don’t want to ever dream
I don’t want to ever dream
No, I don’t want to ever dream

Because things are not like they seem
No, things are not like they seem
No, things are not like they seem
That’s what I’ve learned in dreams

No, things are not like they seem
No, things are not like they seem
No, things are not like they seem
That’s what I’ve learned in

I don’t want to ever dream
I don’t want to ever dream
No, I don’t want to ever dream

I don’t want to ever dream
I don’t want to ever dream
No, I don’t want to ever drea m

Because all it ever leads me to is
Bad things
Bad things now

Because all it ever leads me to is
Bad things
Bad things now

Transfer

Alligator teeth

How we drink until we’re kind
In Search of Our Wasted Time
Keep us in a dream
Keep us in a dream
I will turn my friends into
gold
For the treasury to keep
Then safe while they dream
Then safe while they dream
And how they dream
And how they dream
And how they dream
If they dream

Alligator
Teeth made of gold
I will never hold you

And I saw something
Yes, they are all in my dreams
And no, they never add up
No, they never make sense

I don’t want to ever dream
I don’t want to ever dream
No, I don’t even want to dream

I don’t want to ever dream
I don’t want to ever dream
No, I don’t even want to dream

Because everything is not as it seems
No, everything is not as it seems
No, everything is not as it seems
This is what I learned in a dream

No, everything is not as it seems
No, everything is not as it seems
No, everything is not as it seems
This is what I learned in

I don’t want to ever dream
I don’t want to ever dream
No, I don’t even want to dream

I don’t want to ever dream
I don’t want to ever dream
No, I don’t even want to dream

what it leads me to is
Bad things
Bad things now

Because all it leads me to is
Bad things
Bad things now
90,020 90,000 5 reasons why dill does not grow and does not sprout in the garden and what to do

Dill is a very healthy plant that can withstand temperatures down to -4 degrees Celsius. That is why is recommended to plant green seeds in open ground in early spring. Cucumbers, cabbage, legumes and potatoes are considered the best precursors for planting.

To get a good harvest of greens, it is recommended to know some of the subtleties of this matter. Why doesn’t dill grow in the garden? This is what we will talk about further.

The main reasons why dill does not sprout and grow in the garden?

To get good shoots, you need to sow dill very early

The main reasons for poor plant growth are:

  • increased soil acidity ;
  • insufficient lighting ;
  • wrong preparation of seeds ;
  • bad seeds ;
  • oversupply fertilizers .

We will talk about all this in detail below.

Bad soil

Dill is an unpretentious plant, but it requires fertile soil for normal development. And if the soil is infertile or even sour, you will not wait for a beautiful lush and bright green bush.

Gardeners do not even recommend resorting to liming the land on acidic soils. In this case, a similar procedure should be performed several years after planting the dill, already under another cultivated plant.

The growth of dill is affected by soil fertility

Seedlings are very fond of a humid environment, especially if it is the summer period of the year. That is why cracking and crusting on the land should not be allowed. Otherwise, the culture will shoot an arrow early to bloom, but worst of all, the seeds will turn out to be inferior. Their gardeners are not advised to use the next year for planting.

Lighting

For the normal development of dill, it needs to provide good illumination.Otherwise, the leaves of greenery may turn yellow, and the stems will be too thin. Practice shows that of such greens should receive light for about 16 hours a day. That is why it is worth choosing the right land for planting plants.

Bad seeds

Much depends on the quality and correct selection of the seeds themselves. You can often hear words of praise about such varieties of dill as Alligator and Kurai. They are late. At the same time, the advertisement tells about the unique properties of the plant and the possibility of not throwing an arrow for a long time.There is nothing unique about this. Since the variety is late, he simply does not have time to do this.

Dill seeds

Some gardeners generally recommend purchasing seeds for seedlings at a pharmacy. This will be much cheaper, and the quality will suit everyone. The seeds sprout well, and you will definitely be provided with greenery and umbrellas for the whole next year.

Incorrect fit

Very often people make the same mistakes, not allowing greenery to grow and develop normally:

  • If you are using already germinated seeds , do not throw them violently. It is recommended to plant very carefully so as not to discourage seedlings;
  • Do not plant seeds in dry soil. It must be moist, as this plant is very fond of moisture;

If you just scatter dry seeds over the land, they will wait for rain, and then they will sprout. If sprouted seeds are planted in dry land, they will die.

  • Do not plant seeds only once. It is recommended to make several runs at intervals of two weeks.So you can provide yourself with greens for a long time;
  • it is better than not to plant seeds deeper than 20-30 mm, otherwise they will sprout for a long time;
  • there is no need to increase the amount of fertilizers in the soil for dill. This will not increase the amount of the crop, but will only raise the nitrate content of the greenery.

To reduce the concentration of nitrates in greenery, it is recommended to soak its leaves in water for several hours.

Planting late varieties

Sowing late varieties is recommended in May and June, while can be harvested throughout the summer. Due to the fact that the late variety does not have time to throw away the umbrellas, it forms lush and green bushes, rich in leaves. This is the main advantage of this kind of greenery. The most popular varieties of late dill are Alligator and Mischievous.

Alligator
Naughty

How to accelerate the germination and growth of dill?

  • if dill does not develop well and grows, it is recommended to fertilize the soil. To do this, it is best to buy BIUD, which is diluted in water in a ratio of one to twenty. If you use urea or nitrate (calcium sludge magnesium), the plant will accumulate nitrates. And this is bad for the human body. If desired, you can apply a complex of fertilizers, for example, solution. It only needs one tablespoon per bucket of water. This composition is watered with dill. The result will not be long in coming;
  • to increase germination, you can go the other way.To do this, in May-April , seedlings are harvested in a regular milk bag. It is laid out on its side, a hole is made in the corner to ventilate the soil and eliminate condensation. In a couple of weeks, the first shoots will appear, which can be dived into a separate container, for example, into an ordinary plastic cup. The optimal temperature regime at this time is + 20- + 25 degrees Celsius. After a week, it can be lowered to + 18- + 20 degrees. It is important to ensure soil moisture and looseness throughout the growth of plants.In a month, when it gets warmer outside, you can plant the dill in the open ground. Thus, although it will take more time and take with greens, the result will please you;

Growing dill seedlings in a pot

  • before planting seeds are advised to rinse in hot water to wash off the essential oil from them;
  • dill can turn red from the increased content of ash and lime in the soil, as well as an excess of phosphorus fertilizers. That is why such nutrients are prohibited for this type of greenery;
  • If you decide to use bush dill, then the distance between the beds must be increased from 0.1-0.15 m to 0.2-0.25 m.It is recommended for the plant to make room for normal development;
  • it is important to provide the correct neighborhood. So, he does not like to grow near a tomato, but prefers a neighborhood with cucumbers, beans, onions and cabbage. Moreover, in the latter case, dill will become a reliable protection of a cultivated plant from pests, for example, a bear;
  • so that after thinning the plants do not fall and quickly regain their strength, it is recommended that seeds be planted in a harrow with a zigzag 50 mm wide;
  • to increase the germination of seeds, gardeners advise them to soak for two weeks in water until germination.

To get a good harvest of dill in your country house and not feel a lack of greenery during the summer and autumn, it is recommended to plant several varieties of greenery after some time. Although the choice of location and the correct preparation of seeds for planting is an important issue. Here you need to think carefully about everything and only then your efforts will be crowned with success.

A dress rehearsal of the MAKS-2021 flight program was held in Zhukovsky

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A dress rehearsal of the MAKS-2021 flight program was held in Zhukovsky

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The dress rehearsal of the flight program of the MAKS-2021 air show ended in Zhukovsky near Moscow with a flight of two Su-30 fighters, RIA Novosti reports … RIA Novosti, 17.07.2021

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ZHUKOVSKY News, July 17 – RIKOVSKY NewsThe dress rehearsal of the flight program of the MAKS-2021 air show ended in Zhukovsky near Moscow with a flight of two Su-30 fighters, the RIA Novosti correspondent reports. The rehearsal almost completely repeats the first, “presidential” day of the anniversary exhibition. The air show began with a collective flight of almost the entire current line of domestic helicopters, including the civilian Ka-62, Ansat and military Mi-38, Ka-52 and other aircraft. This year, the air show for the head of state and guests of the exhibition focuses on civilian vehicles : promising airliners MS-21-200 and MS-21-300, Il-114-300 and already operated by Sukhoi Superjet.The “military” part of the flight program was traditional for recent years, the journalists were shown the flight capabilities of the fifth generation Su-57 fighter, the newest light fighter of the 4 ++ generation MiG-35 and Su-30, as well as the Yak-152 trainer. bad weather – for almost half of the air show, the sky over the Gromov LII was covered with clouds, at the end of the event it started to rain. Nevertheless, the program was implemented almost in full. MAKS-2021 will be held from 20 to 25 July in Zhukovsky near Moscow.RIA Novosti is the general media partner of the MAKS-2021 air show, the Sputnik agency is the official media partner.

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