dirigible


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a steerable self-propelled aircraft

capable of being steered or directed

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This list was then inputted into Pley's LEGO assembly machines to generate hundreds of Hippie Dirigible sets that are now currently available for rental on Pley.
Positioning itself against ordinary modes of travel, which Ryan stated "have devolved into a mundane state of expeditious predictability," Hendrick's Air will launch its fleet based on a single and majestic dirigible.
By dawn on the 3rd, she was over eastern Ohio, near Marietta, where she ran into a violent storm with winds of up to 72 mph that broke the dirigible into three parts, scattering debris over the countryside.
Eva von Zeppelin, a relative of the World War I dirigible airship designer Count Ferdinand von Zeppelin had threatened to sue if they took her family name in vain on her home turf.
The Great Airship of 1897: A Provocative Look at the Most Mysterious Aviation Event in History" discusses the existence of a dirigible that may have existed ten years before the Zeppelins of Germany began to take hold.
The bacterial dirigible approach takes bioengineering a step further.
industry has been around since before the airplane, having serviced the once-emergent dirigible market of yesteryear prior to Kitty Hawk.
html> industry has been around since before the airplane, having serviced the once-emergent dirigible market of yesteryear prior to Kitty Hawk.
Pangborn started mouthing the word dirigible to himself.
Prince Mit'eb bin Abdullah bin Abdulaziz, Deputy Commander of the National Guard for Executive Affairs and Deputy Chairman of the Supreme Committee for the National Festival for Heritage and Culture today gave the take-off signal for a dirigible carrying the name of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques on the occasion of the 25th session of the festival.
They are gone as completely as the dirigible, and almost as fast.
It begins in the 1930s where a young boy named Carl is inspired by a newsreel of an explorer named Charles Muntz (the voice of Christopher Plummer), who - flying a dirigible - has discovered a unknown area in South America.
And as for green touring, the Portland, Oregon, scenesters say in their biog that they travel exclusively by Dr Herring's Brand Dirigible Balloons.
There are moments that the cabin, with its Aqua Velva-blue ambient lighting, thick chrome instrument bezels, luminous LCD screens and spread of glowing buttons, looks like the flight deck of some drug-addled dirigible.