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Aircraft with a gull wing configuration, i.e. with the inboard section at a dihedral (upward) angle relative to the fuselage and the outboard section at an anhedral angle. Seen from the front, the gull wing resembles an elongated 'M'-shape.

Note: Aircraft with an inverted gull wing configuration should be placed in the appropriate category.

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