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Cur·tiss

 (kûr′tĭs), Glenn Hammond 1878-1930.
American aviation pioneer who developed the first airplane to complete a one-kilometer flight (1908).

Cur•tiss

(ˈkɜr tɪs)

n.
Glenn Hammond, 1878–1930, U.S. inventor: pioneer in the field of aviation.
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