gipsy moth


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Synonyms for gipsy moth

European moth introduced into North America

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Witnesses saw the Gipsy Moth performing stunts before the crash.
Sullivan-Fraser's vivid account of Johnny's first flight experience helps readers to see, hear, smell and feel what it was like to be in the air in the Gipsy Moth.
Chichester's later Gipsy Moths were sailboats, and in 1966-67, he sailed the 53-foot Gipsy Moth /V solo for 28,500 nautical miles around the world in 274 days.
Whyte and Mackay Earls Court Boat Show today announced it will sponsor Gipsy Moth IV as a feature attraction of its December maritime event.
A flotilla of small boats took to the water yesterday to welcome the Gipsy Moth IV into Plymouth which this time had a crew of three young people on board.
There were no proper drawings for the first Tiger Moth: it just evolved when the RAF requested alterations to an existing Gipsy Moth.
AN attempt to rescue Francis Chichester's Gipsy Moth IV from the South Pacific reef where she has been stranded since last weekend got under way yesterday.
Gipsy Moth IV was stuck on a South Pacific reef with an eight-inch hole in her starboard side.
BRIAN MEEHAN sends Gipsy Moth in search of a second successive German Listed win in the Dortmunder Fligerpreis over five furlongs at Dortmund today, writes David Conolly-Smith.
Who won the first solo transatlantic yacht race with his boat Gipsy Moth III in 1960?
As Offshore Yachting went to press, the historic yacht gipsy Moth IV (see feature this issue) was in Auckland where she was being repaired,
This was a rejuvenated Gipsy Moth IV yesterday ( setting out set out to recreate a 40-year-old global circumnavigation with three young novice sailors helping crew the legendary vessel.
The 22-foot fishing vessel Gipsy Moth sank within minutes of being holed off Rousden, East Devon.
GIPSY MOTH, successful for Brian Meehan and Michael Tebbutt in the Listed Kolner Fliegerpreis at Cologne 10 days ago, returns to Germany for another five-furlong contest at Dortmund on Friday.
In 1930 Amy Johnson completed a heroic journey to Australia in a single-engined Gipsy Moth biplane, flying 10,000 miles in 19 days.