How to use Aviation in a sentence

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  • The subject of aviation is admittedly one of extreme difficulty.

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  • Henson's flying machine, designed in 1843, was the earliest attempt at aviation on a great scale.

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  • He is an aviation author and historian with a special interest in aircraft armament.

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  • His career in naval aviation was far from ordinary.

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  • While the feat marked a milestone in aviation history, the true benefit was that the aerodynamics lab on the first floor was able to test and observe how the wings functioned during flight.

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  • Exhibits include aviation archeology finds, memorabilia and the substantial wreckage of two wartime P-51 fighters.

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  • It specializes in oils and greases for agriculture, automotive, aviation, construction, industrial, marine and trucking industries.

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  • The aviation craze, with Charles Lindbergh at its head, made leather jackets all the rage.

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  • For example, see the Federal Aviation Agency for information about aviation job opportunities.

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  • Air traffic controllers work with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to ensure flight safety by controlling air traffic.

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  • The Humane Animal Welfare Society is at 701 Northview Road in Waukesha, WI, between Aviation Drive and Pewaukee Road.

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  • Santos-Dumont was an aviation pioneer, and his desire for a good timepiece to use while flying inspired the Santos watch.

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  • Inspired by the 100th anniversary of Aviation, the Bulova Accutron Eagle Pilot's watch was engineered to be the most accurate timekeeping piece on the market.

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  • He brought the same exacting precision to the watchmaking world that he had to the aviation world.

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  • This line of Breitling chronographs is tailored to those working in the aviation profession.

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  • Breitling has a long association with the aviation industry.

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  • There are extremely steep fines for such an occurrence which would be defined by the Federal Aviation Administration as a false alarm.

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  • According to legend, the first underwire bra was invented by Howard Hughes, the famed movie producer and aviation pioneer.

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  • It is aviation's only magazine devoted totally to recreational and competition aerobatics.

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  • Assessments for small general aviation aerodromes and for large military installations have been undertaken.

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  • British Civil Aviation in 1998 30 January British Airways launches the low-fare airline Go.

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  • To use a sporting analogy, under an Open Aviation Area, US and EU airlines will all be playing on the same pitch.

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  • The hangar for the Lancaster also features a display of RAF vehicles and aviation archeology.

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  • However this analysis excludes aviation, where emissions are rising sharply and would be responsible for 1/3 of all carbon emissions by 2050.

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  • Any one with a finger on the GPS on-off switch can shut down civil aviation.

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  • The successful applicant will need to possess a confident telephone manner and will undoubtedly display an enthusiasm for sport and recreational aviation.

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  • A combat aviation squadron to conduct all types of missions.

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  • He is the operations expert on army aviation in the squadron.

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  • Determined to discover the truth she seeks the help of her former boyfriend, the aviation officer Joseph ' Sky Captain ' Sullivan.

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  • The ROE will be prepared and issued by a higher headquarters before any of the aviation brigade elements deploy to the AO.

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  • The Green Party's proposed taxes would very neatly circumvent the international ban on aviation fuel tax.

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  • Mike is an established aviation heritage guide and lecturer, and is senior partner of Bomber County Tours.

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  • English aviation engineer and pilot who invented the jet engine.

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  • This one adds kerosene, gasoline and aviation fuel to the list, and it produces an impressive boil time.

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  • Friends of the Earth has written to Gordon Brown, today, urging him to back calls for a Europe-wide tax on aviation kerosene.

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  • British Military Aviation in 1996 March Corporal Tracey Wardle becomes the first woman to join the RAF regiment.

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  • Air combat provides aviation self-defense, combined arms maneuver forces protection, and air defense forces augmentation.

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  • He is the director of Solent Sky - the excellent aviation museum in Southampton, where the first spitfires were built.

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  • The ACR also has a regimental aviation squadron to support the overall scheme of maneuver.

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  • The light division aviation brigade is composed of a brigade HHC; one divisional cavalry squadron; one AHB; and one ATKHB.

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  • The Museum has created a time warp back to the early days of aviation, by featuring many of its oldest aircraft.

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  • Fuel used for aviation is exempt by international treaty from any form of tax.

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  • Our aim is to persuade European governments to put people 's health before the self-serving interests of the aviation industry.

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  • Worn by pilots and others in aviation, lenses offer full UVA and UVB protection.

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  • If you are a pilot or involved in the aviation industry then this could be the perfect watch.

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  • In return the Irish Aviation Authority will take responsibility for oceanic transition airspace to the west of the UK.

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  • Army aviation When Army aviation is employed as fire support, representatives of the corps and division aviation officers coordinate directly with the FSE.

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  • The CAA is the UK's specialist aviation regulator.

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  • Unlike the service spanner which lights up on your car dashboard, you simply cannot ignore an aviation warning light.

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  • The history of Lufthansa is closely entwined with the history of aviation.

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  • The airEXODUS evacuation model has been under development since 1989 with support from the UK CAA and the aviation industry.

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  • Pegasus Aviation Pegasus make the rag and tube AX2000 range, plus the extremely fast, very pretty and alarmingly expensive fully composite CT2K.

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  • Encourage the take up of these with big grants, paid for out of fuel duty on aviation fuel.

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  • One gallon of aviation gasoline that has completely evaporated will form about 30 cubic feet of vapor at sea level.

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  • The prevention of hypoxic hypoxia is essential in the aviation environment.

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  • A branch of the Imperial War museum, Duxford is Europe's premier aviation museum.

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  • An exhibition explains the work of the famous Yorkshire aviation pioneer, Robert Blackburn.

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  • The smell of freshly burnt aviation fuel is like the aroma of sweetly scented roses to you.

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  • She added a separate ETS scheme for aviation was " totally unrealistic " .

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  • The total number of units were, in the infantry, 28 regular battalions, I reserve battalion and 3 battalions of Frontier Guards; in the cavalry some 8 squadrons; in the artillery 9 field batteries; in the engineers 1 electro-technical and 1 auto battalion, a pioneer company and a railway operating company plus an aviation corps, or a total of about 1,200 officers and 35,000 men.

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  • This is of the utmost importance in the science of aviation, as showing that flight may be attained by a heavy powerful animal with comparatively small wings, as well as by a lighter one with greatly enlarged wings.

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  • No practical good can therefore accrue to aviation from elaborate measurements of the wings and body of any flying thing; neither can any rule be laid down as to the extent of surface required for sustaining a given weight in the air.

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  • Successful aviation meetings were held, among other places, at Reims, Juvisy, Doncaster and Blackpool; and at Blackpool a daring flight was made in a wind of 40 m.

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  • British Military Aviation in 1996 March Corporal Tracey Wardle becomes the first woman to join the RAF Regiment.

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  • He is the director of Solent Sky - the excellent aviation museum in Southampton, where the first Spitfires were built.

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  • She added a separate ETS scheme for aviation was " totally unrealistic ".

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  • The reason is if you do 51 percent or more of the building yourself, you can apply for a "Repairman's Certificate" with the Federal Aviation Administration.

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  • In Brazil, ethanol is now being used in small aircraft aviation.

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  • As a result, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) made a decision to ban the use of this product by people working as air traffic controllers and pilots.

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  • Other themes include construction, aviation, fire trucks, water or bathtubs, blocks and toys, sports and bicycles or transportation patterns.

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  • She now lives in Aspen Colorado, and is the head chef and Director of food and beverage catering for Altitude Aviation Catering and Cecily's Restaurant.

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  • It just so happens that during this prominent historical moment Mr. Lindbergh was wearing Bass Aviation Boots.

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  • Working Uniforms - These uniforms tend to be specific to jobs that require specific clothing - such as blue coveralls for work at sea, greens for naval aviation, or special cuts of the uniform for working in tropical environments.

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  • Besides the numerous attractions in downtown Chicago, you can stay near the outlet mall and visit places like the Air Classics Museum of Aviation in Sugar Grove, The Morton Arboretum in Lisle, the SciTech Hands on Museum in Aurora and more.

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  • Like many other community colleges, Everett Community College offers associate's degrees and certification in a wide variety of majors including aviation, graphic design, nursing, tribal enterprise management and many more.

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  • The numbers are interesting, but a report by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) cautions "...there currently is no evidence in accident data that would support the ranking of individual airlines based on their safety records..."

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  • Aviation grade ethanol, (AGE-85) is an 85 percent ethanol blended fuel that is beginning to replace 100 octane low lead aviation gasoline, which has been the standard fuel for reciprocating engine aircraft since World War II.

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  • The progress made by all these experiments at aviation had naturally created widespread interest, both as a matter of sport and also as indicating a new departure in the possibilities of machines of war.

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