Examples of aviator in a Sentence
the solo flight from New York to Paris by the aviator Charles Lindbergh captured the imagination of people around the world
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The deaths of four Navy aviators in that period may have been due to oxygen system woes.
Both Dodd and Cobb were experienced aviators who would not have taken unnecessary risks in the helicopter, Hill said.
Mother Monster paired the suit with a thick gold chain necklace by the brand, platform sandals, a black leather tote bag, and aviator sunglasses.
The town, named after a male goose, shaped its original streets like the head of the bird and named them after famous aviators.
The pioneering aviator mysteriously disappeared 80 years ago, and researchers, historians, and Earhart's fans have been searching for her remains ever since.
The 42-year-old star covered up in aviator sunglasses and a hat, with her black top giving a glimpse of her growing baby bump.
Rexroat’s tenure lasted only three months before the program closed, but that didn’t stop her from being an aviator.
Sizing up the situation, the experienced aviator took partial control of the lander away from the computer just 200 meters from the surface and began manually adjusting Eagle's heading and rate of descent.
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