gyrodyne


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gyrodyne

(ˈdʒaɪrəʊˌdaɪn)
n
(Aeronautics) an aircraft that uses a powered rotor to take off and manoeuvre, but uses autorotation when cruising
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Gyrodyne LLC (NASDAQ:GYRO) disclosed on Friday that its board of directors authorised a special cash distribution of USD1,482,680 or USD1.
It is impossible to sidestep the Gyrodyne QH-50, a drone anti-submarine helicopter, or DASH, which saw decades of Cold War service, beginning in the late 1950s.
2 September 2015 - US-based real estate company Gyrodyne, LLC (NASDAQ: GYRO) has completed the merger of Gyrodyne Co.
I mentioned wheels: the all-wheel drive S gets 19-inch diamond-turned 'Volution' alloys, while the all-wheel drive R is fitted with 20-inch diamond-turned Gyrodyne alloy wheels.
I mentioned wheels - the all-wheel drive S gets 19-inch diamond-turned Volution alloys, while the all-wheel drive R is fitted with 20-inch diamond-turned Gyrodyne alloy wheels.
Gyrodyne, a real estate investment trust, manages a diversified portfolio of real estate properties comprising office, industrial and service-oriented properties primarily in the New York metropolitan area.
Highlights of Mourinho's car include Stratus grey metallic exterior paint, 20-inch Gyrodyne black and diamond turned wheels with red brake calipers, panoramic glass roof and a 12-speaker Meridian surround sound system.
That means the 543bhp car has been kitted out with a panoramic glass sun roof, Stratus Grey metallic paint, 20in Gyrodyne Black and Diamond turned wheels with red brake calipers and a 12-speaker Meridian Surround Sound System.
The first ship-based rotary-wing unmanned aircraft was the US Navy's 1,067-kg Gyrodyne QH-50 Dash (Drone Anti-Submarine Helicopter), of which 755 were built in the 1960s.
365 California Name Gyrodyne Coastal Comm Ticker GYRO CALC 10-K/Q date 1/31/1903 12/31/1902 Shares outstanding date 2/25/1903 2/27/1903 Valuation date closing stock $16.
The technology behind the ArrowHawk stems from GBA's extensive gyroplane and gyrodyne experience, recognized by its selection for gyroplane research by DARPA, the U.