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gyrodyne

gyrodyne
A rotorcraft whose rotors are normally engine-driven for takeoff, hovering, landing, and forward flight through part of its speed range. Its means of propulsion, consisting usually of conventional propellers, is independent of the rotor system.
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Gyrodyne also announced the commencement of trading today of common shares of Gyrodyne on the NASDAQ Stock Market under the symbol "GYRO".
In response, Gyrodyne filed a federal lawsuit asserting that Full Value Partners was using false and misleading proxy materials to wage its proxy campaign.
The merger, which will effect the completion of the plan of liquidation for purposes of the Internal Revenue Code, will result in holders of Gyrodyne common stock receiving approximately 22.
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Since its inception twenty years ago, GBA has been involved in an extensive research program in the design, engineering, development, testing and marketing of gyroplane and gyrodyne aircraft.
One such is the ship-based rotary-wing drone, which may have made a false start when the 1036-kg Gyrodyne QH-50C entered US Navy service in 1963.
A Salt Lake City aviation company is using SolidWorks(R) 3D CAD and COSMOSWorks(R) analysis software to propel design of the gyroplane and the gyrodyne, driving what it calls "the third wave" of flight.
In a letter submitted to the board of directors of Gyrodyne Company of America, Inc.