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What is a Bird with back wings white belly and red T on neck?

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The only blackbird usually discussed in this section is made by Honda. Try the RSPB website. It is what they do!

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I have a 24 pound turkey that I want to cook in the roaster oven over night. Can this be done and how?

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Unstuffed is only 4 to 4 1/2 hours. Stuffed is 5 to 5 1/2 hours. I only stuff the neck end. Another tip is to cook the turkey bre asttt down. If you do it that way, all the juices from the fattier part of the turkey, the legs and thighs bastes the bre asttt as it cooks. If you cook it this way once, you will do it every year. Turn the bird over to carve it once it has rested for 20 minutes. Tent it with foil. Put folded foil over the wings. I am a trade masterchef.
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Commercial have lights flashing whilst in the air. why?

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The steady lights on the wings are called "position lights" (also called "navigation lights" or "anti-collision lights" or similar names). The one on the left wing tip is steady red (that's the left side, as you are sitting IN the aircraft). The one on the right side wing tip is green. There will normally also be a white tail position light (steady) on the tail.

In addition, most aircraft have strobe lights. A white light on each wingtip is common, as is a red strobe light on the tail or belly.

The purpose of the lights is two-fold (well, actually, the only REAL purpose is to help avoid collisions!). First, the strobe lights are there primarily to catch your attention. A flashing light is much easier to spot than a fixed light. The other lights are there to indicate direction. At night, it is very hard to quickly determine the direction of travel (left to right, away vs. straight at you, etc.). But by determining which colors are visible, you can quickly determine the orientation of the aircraft. Whelen (a primary producer of aircraft lighting) has a web page with nice diagrams:,d.eXY

Hope that helps. [And the short answer to your question is - because one midair collision can ruin your whole day (or night)!]

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