One of the more interesting Chinese characters

This is random but I wanted to highlight a character that was shared by @zhongruige on Twitter.

The character is  dá and has an interesting definition: the appearance of a dragon flying.

 

Not necessarily the easiest to use in daily life though.
 

Can you use this in a sentence?  What do you think?
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Comment by LaoXiang on November 1, 2011 at 2:16pm
龖后,才感到我真的是在中国。
dá hòu, cái gǎndào Wǒ zhēnde shì zài Zhōngguó。
It wasn't until the flying dragon appeared, that I felt I was really in China.

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Comment by Brandon on October 30, 2011 at 4:25pm
Forgot to include that this  dá above is an old variation of the newer  dá.

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