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de Havilland

Sir Geoffrey. 1882--1965, British aircraft designer. He produced many military aircraft and the first jet airliners
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After the last de Havilland Mosquito crashed 25 years ago, the "Wooden Wonder" was lost to history.
Aeroplane fans will be able to cast their eyes over favourites such as the Gloster Meteor and de Havilland Vampire.
Terry de Havilland - who has created iconic footwear for the stars since the 1970s and also counts supermodel Kate Moss and Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence among his customers - is adding a store in Newcastle to his flagship base just off London's famous Carnaby Street.
He said her reluctance to divulge much of her past stemmed from her bitter feud with her older sister, fellow Oscar-winning actress Olivia de Havilland, who now lives in Paris aged 97.
Oscar-winning actress Joan Fontaine, one of the last of the leading ladies from Hollywood's Golden Age whose career was marked by a storied and bitter rivalry with her older sister, Olivia de Havilland, died on Sunday at age 96.
IT'S 70 years since Group Captain Michael Adderley flew regular sorties from RAF St Athan in his trusted de Havilland Hornet Moth.
Terry de Havilland gifted Ms Moss a pair of customised Seventies-style red snakeskin platforms - one bearing the message 'f***' you and the other 'f*** me', spelled out in Swarovski crystals.
Your article also misstates the type of aircraft in which British test pilot Geoffrey De Havilland was killed.
London, Sep 10 (ANI): 'Gone With The Wind' actress Olivia de Havilland has been awarded the Legion of Honour by the president of France.
It allegedly links Adrian De Havilland to the assault on the 11-year-old victim.
The 1930s era de Havilland (DH) Dragon Rapide biplane will offer pleasure flights at the airport in September.