Earhart

[ US /ˈɛɹhɑɹt, ˈɪɹhɑɹt/ ]
NOUN
  1. first woman aviator to fly solo nonstop across the Atlantic (1928); while attempting to fly around the world she disappeared over the Pacific (1898-1937)
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  • Politics, same old shit amelia on this date in 1937, amelia earhart vanished from the sky. when we discussed that fact today, i was reminded that her navigator was a man. maybe he wouldn't ask for directions? i love joni's song, "amelia", and it has been in my head all day, appropriately. as usual, the lyrics are there to read if you so desire. Archive 2005-07-01
  • To keep that focus, Finch has refused to speculate about what happened to Earhart.
  • Amelia Earhart, he said, once stopped here to refuel during a solo transcontinental autogiro flight. The Fiddler in the Subway
  • Afterward, Earhart would write about her adventure and crisscross the United States on lecture tours he had arranged.
  • Earhart excelled as a pilot. Her first instructor was Neta Snook, one of the first women to graduate from the Curtiss School of Aviation.
  • The woman's shoe and heel resemble a blucher-style oxford seen in a pre-takeoff photo of Earhart. Lab scans bones that may belong to Amelia Earhart
  • The other principal theory is that Earhart was able to find a tiny spit of land in the Marshall Islands and both Earhart and Noonan survived.
  • SIR RICHARD BRANSON, CEO, VIRGIN ATLANTIC: If you go back, you know, the Atlantic was crossed by Lindbergh, and then Amelia Earhart did the Pacific. CNN Transcript Feb 28, 2005
  • And of course there is the mythological Amelia Earhart (1897-1837), the first woman to fly across the Atlantic in 1928 (and the second to fly it solor after Maryse Bastie), and who disappeared in her flight above the Atlantic but despite her many other accomplishments as a aviatrice, she’s most famous for her mysterious disappearance towards the end of her flight around the world. Archive 2008-02-01
  • amelia on this date in 1937, amelia earhart vanished from the sky. when we discussed that fact today, i was reminded that her navigator was a man. maybe he wouldn't ask for directions? i love joni's song, "amelia", and it has been in my head all day, appropriately. as usual, the lyrics are there to read if you so desire. amelia
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