Orville Wright love

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  • He recently drew inspiration from an essay by Orville Wright titled "How We Made the First Flight."

    A Roboticist's Trip From Mines to the Moon

  • Previously a testing ground for Orville Wright, Tempelhof Airport roughly traces Germany's evolution from Nazi extremism and pomposity through the resilience, austerity and conservatism of the Cold War, to a time of postwar affluence; and then onward to today's Germany, especially Berlin, where unemployment is high, expectations are low and cafes are full by early afternoon.

    Nazi Airport Becomes Berlin's Tempelhof Park

  • Orville Wright is at the controls of the Wright Flyer as his brother Wilbur watches during the plane's first flight.

    ♪♫ The Anniversary of the Wright brothers (Photo)

  • In 1936, Orville Wright flatly declared that the helicopter would never be practical.

    The Dream Machine

  • Only two years earlier, no less an authority than Orville Wright had dismissed such efforts as futile, judging that “the helicopter type of aeroplane offers several seemingly insurmountable difficulties.”

    The Dream Machine

  • You are the little boy who watched the first airplane flight, and I am Orville Wright.

    Sabotaged

  • There's no stimulus package that this country could possibly put together that will have a better return than stimulating the next generation of kids in this country to be for the 21st century, our Thomas Edison, and our Wilbur and Orville Wright, and the Google boys.

    CNN Transcript Jan 5, 2010

  • Lt. Thomas Selfridge died in 1908 when the airplane he was on piloted by Orville Wright crashed.

    First Day Covers – The Bleat.

  • Wilbur and Orville Wright also used the internal-combustion engine to free people from earthly bounds.

    American Sketches

  • Present, among other notables, were Orville Wright, Charles Lindbergh, and Howard Hughes.

    Winds of Change

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