American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Curtiss, Glenn Hammond 1878-1930. American aviation pioneer who developed the first airplane to complete a one-kilometer flight (1908), the first seaplane (1911), and the aileron (1911).
- n. United States industrialist and aviation pioneer (1878-1930)
“And launch the label Curtiss does … If by launch you mean to dive deep into the throbbing womb of a dark afterhours dancefloor.”
“In January, 1910, Judge Hazel, of the United States Circuit Court, granted a preliminary injunction restraining the Herring-Curtiss Co., and Glenn H. Curtiss, from manufacturing, selling, or using for exhibition purposes the machine known as the Curtiss aeroplane.”
“Co., and Glenn H. Curtiss, from manufacturing, selling, or using for exhibition purposes the machine known as the Curtiss aeroplane.”
“The Curtiss P-36 Hawk, also known as Curtiss Hawk Model 75, was a US-built fighter aircraft of the 1930s.”
“The plane has been identified as a Curtiss SB2C Helldiver.”
“The victim's son Dean Tarricone called Curtiss "an animal.”
“The victim's son, Dean Tarricone, called Curtiss "an animal.”
“PAYER, Terry Curtiss aka Terry Curits Lewis aka Terry Redcloud aka Terry Curtis Lewis aka Steve Yellowlark”
“The Curtiss P-36 Hawk, also known as Curtiss Hawk Model”
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