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Synonyms for flying saucer

an (apparently) flying object whose nature is unknown

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Nick Gleghorn, director of the South Australian office of the National Archives, will explore the topic of flying saucers and UFO sightings in Australia.
The memo also relayed a potential explanation for why the flying saucers were found in New Mexico.
Carvel Corporation, a US-based ice cream manufacturing and franchise company, has announced the launch of new Lil' Flying Saucers with a free giveaway event on September 22, 2011.
HITLER wanted to build flying saucers that could destroy London and New York.
The note, written by Guy Hottel - special agent in charge of the Washington field office in 1950 - claimed: "Three socalled flying saucers had been recovered in New Mexico.
A flying saucer is reported to ave been seen on Teesside," said the report.
Its recyclable packaging takes the form of rockets and flying saucers to give your makeup bag an injection of fun.
Nuclear physicist and lecturer Stanton Friedman packs in over 40 years of research on UFOs and advanced nuclear and space systems to survey data from a variety of large-scale scientific UFO studies in Flying Saucers and Science, bringing these studies to lay readers in plain terms.
Arnold opened the way for chancers to spout bizarre new theories on the origins of civilisation (it was Aliens in their flying saucers wot dunnit) and brought us weird space age religions owing more to Marvel Comics than the Bible or Koran.
FLYING saucers will be buzzing over Birmingham this weekend when a city sports centre hosts an ultimate frisbee competition.
Betty said: "Today's sightings of flying saucers or UFOs or whatever you might like to call them are similar to thousands of other sightings throughout history.
Invaders arriving by flying saucers mirror marauders of western lore.
Eventually, flying saucers do arrive, carrying octopuslike creatures with long, thin tentacles.
Hundreds of robots, spaceships, flying saucers and "space dogs" will descend on auctioneer Christie's in South Kensington, west London, for one of the biggest sales of its type later this year.
The Raelians believe that life on Earth was established by extra-terrestrials who arrived in flying saucers 25,000 years ago, and that humans themselves were created by cloning.