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The lights are used both by the aeroplane and the battery of artillery.

Why the beggars in our own battery, when they see an aeroplane overhead in their excitement let fly.

The SequelGeorge A. Taylor

The airship, although in use before the aeroplane, has developed more slowly, and is even to-day in a crude form.

The AeroplaneClaude Grahame-White and Harry Harper

By the rules of the manoeuvres the Red aeroplane was out of action as soon as the Puck rose vertically above her.

The wing of the bird does a double duty: it is an aeroplane and a propeller combined.

Perhaps the greatest gain of the meeting was that it did away with the notion that the aeroplane is a fair-weather toy.

Already the control of an aeroplane has been tried, and proved successful.

But the navigation of the air, whether by airship or aeroplane, is now recognized for the more formidable novelty.

Overhead an aeroplane hums its way and receives from us the tribute of an upward glance.

A shadow passed between them and the sun, and they looked up to see the aeroplane that had fired the last shot.

The World Set FreeHerbert George Wells

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