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Doolittle

Hilda. known as H.D. 1886--1961, US imagist poet and novelist, living in Europe
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We really want to focus on the local scene," Doolittle said.
The Jimmy Doolittle is a notional complex major weapons system that can serve an example of how to achieve cybersecurity.
Jimmy Doolittle, during the daring 1942 raid on Tokyo after the attack on Pearl Harbor.
Seventy-three years after sixteen US Army bombers launched from a Navy carrier to strike the heart of the Japanese homeland in retaliation for the surprise attack at Pearl Harbor, the life of its leader Jimmy Doolittle, the details of the raid, and the subsequent propaganda war have been well documented.
Meanwhile, General Arnold had asked Colonel Doolittle to determine the best aircraft for such an attack.
James Doolittle during a pivotal mission April 18, 1942, that helped turn the tide for the allies in the Pacific theater of World War II.
Critique: "Dick Cole's War: Doolittle Raider, Hump Pilot, Air Commando" by Dennis R.
In April 2015, the last two surviving Doolittle Raiders received the Congressional Gold Medal.
Chris Doolittle has more than 12 years of public accounting experience and specializes in providing tax planning services to clients in the manufacturing, distribution and service industries.
The play begins with Professor Henry Higgins, a passionate linguist watching flower girl Eliza Doolittle selling flowers at the vegetable market.
AVIATION PIONEER GENERAL JIMMY DOOLITTLE was best known for commanding the Doolittle Raid, a secret retaliatory operation to strike the Japan mainland on April 18, 1942.
ELIZA Doolittle has revealed she is happy for her ex-boyfriend Benji Madden and his new love Cameron Diaz.