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Shiphandling: Pivot Point and Transverse Thrust


published on 22 May 2022 1994 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "Dleep Fotedar". Originally published on 2021-01-29.
Pivot Point and Transverse Thrust

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Frank Diegel Germany
on 23 May 2022, 18:32 UTC

Leave your opinion about this video here. It's the first time that we publish a video from "Dleep Foteda" on YouTube.
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