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  • "The English are as air-minded as earth worms," Harley said.

    Rat Race

  • Aircraft radios are about as private as Tunes Square: it appeared that dozens of ground-based but air-minded Midlands enthusiasts had been listening in to my conversation with Birmingham radar and had jammed the switchboard at Cambridge ringing up to find out if Colin Ross was safe.

    Rat Race

  • King George V had died — the air-minded Prince of Wales became king and a year later was to abdicate.

    The HurricaneStory

  • The air-minded Jew clothier at Streatham, prepared to buy an Avro to do seaside joyriding if I would fly it for him.

    The Rainbow and the Rose

  • Canada was indeed becoming air-minded, and in 1936 civil aviation was divorced from military aviation, and placed under the Department of Transport.

    The Aircraft Industry in Canada and the Future Development of Jet Engines

  • What this means for the future of Canada, I won't venture to say, but you must see the strategical, the critical position you occupy in the world which will become in the near future an air-minded world.

    The Empire Carries On

  • And so far neither the enthusiasm of her air-minded contemporaries, nor the calm assumption by the younger generation that it was the only possible way to travel. had ever been able to tempt her into the sky.

    Mrs. Miniver

  • One of the greatest difficulties is that, although I. am sure from the past that we are an air-minded race, the average Canadian, leaving out the north country, sees an aeroplane so seldom that he still regards flying as a dangerous sport or experiment.

    What Aviation Means to Canada

  • I am a natural-born biped, fond of hoofing it leisurely and not air-minded.

    Jimgrim

  • However, the air force sees an enduring and "essential requirement for human intervention" in such operations, Bryant adds, referring to the need to keep a "highly trained, air-minded individual" in the decision-making loop before any offensive action is initiated.

    HEADLINES

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