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aviator

Old-fashioned the pilot of an aeroplane or airship; flyer

aviator

One whose profession is that of flying heavier-than-air aircraft; a pilot of such an aircraft.
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In addition to the updated aviators, Flying Eyes has announced a number of new frame styles with their latest crowdfunding campaign, including updated beach frames, sport frames, readers, and protective wear.
Belstaff said it is selling exceptionally well, after similar success offering a version of the leather jacket in "The Aviator," the 2004 Oscar-winning movie.
From his six-story box of glass, pilots said Aune knew how to calm the jitteriest aviators.
Readiness levels are used to designate aviator proficiency.
Aviators are expected to be in the best shape--physically and mentally--possible, but what happens when a pilot suffers an injury that affects his or her mental skills?
Having featured in Hollywood films such as Sahara, Top Gun, Breakfast At Tiffany's and Pearl Harbor, Ray-Ban is the leading best-selling aviator brand.
Edwards said the maximum age for aviator will soon change to 32.
Australian actress CateBlanchett won The Aviator its most high-profile award when she was named best supporting actress for her role as Katharine Hepburn, pipping British Hotel Rwanda star Sophie Okonedo in the process.
Australian actress Cate Blanchett won The Aviator its most high-profile award when she was named best supporting actress, pipping British Hotel Rwanda star Sophie Okonedo in the process.
The M48 Apache aviator mask program was implemented at PBA to convert stored M43Al Type I Apache aviator masks into M48 Apache aviator masks.
As an Air Force officer, as an aviator, and as an American it is an honor to be a part of this historic event also.

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