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  • Defined in Robert Morris Pierce's 1911 Dictionary of Aviation (Note the *fonetic spellings*):

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  • Airplane images associated with this term are of the Cessna 150/152 Aerobat series. If you learned how to fly an airplane during the last 40 years, the chances are great that you trained in a Cessna 150 or 152.

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  • Algeo's dictionary of neologisms 1941-1991 cites the first printed use of aerobat in the 22 June 1959 edition of Life magazine (p. 96): "One of her family's friends is a stunt flyer and for two years Linda pestered him to make her an aerobat."

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