Definition of Autogiros

1. Noun. (plural of autogiro) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Autogiros

1. autogiro [n] - See also: autogiro

Lexicographical Neighbors of Autogiros

autogeneration
autogenesis
autogenetic
autogenic
autogenic therapy
autogenic training
autogenics
autogenies
autogenous
autogenous control
autogenous keratoplasty
autogenous vaccine
autogenously
autogeny
autogiro
autogiros (current term)
autoglossonym
autoglossonyms
autognosis
autognostic
autograft
autografted
autografting
autografts
autogram
autograph
autograph album
autograph book
autographal
autographed

Literary usage of Autogiros

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Journal by Helicopter Association of Great Britain (1894)
"... his ' A' Licence in March, 1943, he continued flying autogiros and qualified ... out on autogiros, and he has never flown a fixed wing aircraft solo. ..."

2. Dust Off: Army Aeromedical Evacuation in Vietnam by Peter Dorland, James S. Nanney (1982)
"But autogiros working from nearby landing areas could backhaul the casualties ... The advantages seemed indisputable: autogiros, not being limited by roads, ..."

3. Federal Immigration Law Enforcement in the Southwest: Civil Rights Impacts by John F. Dulles (1998)
"In the 1940s, they added autogiros and airplanes."11 The Patrol was expanded during the Second World War, when its duties included the guarding of diplomats ..."

4. Lightness: The Inevitable Renaissance of Minimum Energy Structures by Adriaan Beukers, Ed “van” Hinte (2005)
"Helicopters and autogiros luckily have little in common with it. Bamboo, originally used to make vaulting poles, is naturally divided into closed ..."

5. Aviation in the U.S. Army, 1919-1939 by Maurer Maurer (1987)
"... abandon airships, Foulois said when it secured long- range observation and bombing planes it would no longer need airships. Helicopters, and autogiros ..."

6. The Urgent Importance of Taking Immediate Steps to Provide Airports for San by Charles Hobart Baldwin (1912)
"... secured as an additional overflow base for fair weather use and for a great future traffic of privately-operated airplanes, seaplanes, autogiros, etc. ..."

7. Statistical Abstract of the United States by United States. Bureau of the Census, United States Dept. of the Treasury. Bureau of Statistics, United States Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce (1879)
"Excludes Alaska and Hawaii. 1 Corporation and individual business transportation, not for hire. Includes autogiros: excludes air carrier helicopters. ..."

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