Recent Examples of glider from the Web
Two gliders transporting the men had both crashed while en route to their target.
Agency scientists estimate that a single year of glider pollution causes as many as sixteen hundred premature deaths.
Just like the rest of the couple's 1925 Craftsman-style house, the nursery is tasteful and timeless, with dark teal paint, floral curtains and prints, and a comfy chambray and oak wingback glider (click through for more photos).
Three giraffes for over $3,600, a pink nursery glider chair with a matching ottoman for $4,200, and $550 for a silver high chair.
Putin presses the launch button before the hypersonic gliders even hit their targets.
Anne Morrow Lindbergh was the first woman in the U.S. to earn a glider pilot's license.
Delta won’t accept hedgehogs, possums known as sugar gliders, non-household birds and animals with tusks or hooves.
Lindbergh, the wife of aviator Charles Lindbergh, made her first glider flight from Mount Soledad in La Jolla on Jan. 29, 1930.
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First Known Use of glider
GLIDER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of glider for English Language Learners
: an aircraft that is similar to an airplane but without an engine
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