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de Ha·vil·land

 (də hăv′ə-lənd), Olivia Born 1916.
British-born American actress noted for her portrayal of refined, aristocratic women in films such as Gone with the Wind (1939) and The Heiress (1949)

de Havilland

(də ˈhævɪlənd)
n
(Biography) Sir Geoffrey. 1882–1965, British aircraft designer. He produced many military aircraft and the first jet airliners
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A foul on Rigg by the otherwise impressive Will De Haviland brought two red cards and Boden's shot at redemption - which he took to claim a third home win.
Seaborne Airlines, the largest Caribbean based regional airline for over 25 years, operates iconic de Haviland DHC-Twin Otter seaplanes and an airport-based Saab 340B fleet that services the beautiful islands throughout the Caribbean.
Seaborne Airlines operates de Haviland DHC-Twin Otter seaplanes and an airport-based Saab 340B fleet that services islands throughout the Caribbean.
His funeral was attending by the great and the good in Hollywood including the likes of Arnold Schwarzenegger, Olivia de Haviland, Keith Carradine and Pat Boone.
CAPED CRUSDER: Evil Twin Sunrise dress, left, (coral), pounds 95; shoes Terry De Haviland, pounds 275, Mink Pink yoko printed cape, right, pounds 95; Crystal shoes Terry De Haviland, pounds 375 and, centre, A pregnant Peaches Geldof at the Temperley show BLOOMING: He Loved An Angel gold kaftan top, pounds 195; red shoes Terry De Haviland, pounds 275 ELEGANT: Manous black maxi dress, pounds 265; Melissa crysta ballet shoes pounds 195 ALL WHITE: Mink Pink white dress, pounds 79.99; shoes Terry De Haviland, pounds 275
S1000D software and services have been deployed by Viking Air Limited to convert, digitise and maintain its technical publication library of legacy de Haviland Aircraft DHC service manuals.
A specially modified turbine-powered de Haviland Beaver aircraft was used for all surveys except those flown in southeast Alaska in 1967 and Prince William Sound in 1973 and 2005.
The firm was an important one, making a wide range of jigs and tools that were vital for manufacturing Spitfires, Avro Lancasters, Fairey Barracudas, Hawker Typhoons, Short Stirlings, Bristol Beaufighters, de Haviland Mosquitos, Gloster Jet Planes and other aircraft.
Land and water speed record holder John Cobb (1899-1952) was killed on Loch Ness on September 29th, 1952, when his motor boat Crusader, powered by a De Haviland Ghost jet engine, overturned at around 240 mph.
A plain spinster (Olivia de Haviland) is courted by a glib fortune hunter (Montgomery Gift) under the observing eye of her father.
Although the print known as Treize graces japonaises was made around 1870 and Bracquemond was installed as artistic director of Haviland's Auteuil Atelier in 1872, this service was not illustrated until seven years later--in three separate pages of Tarif des porcel+aines et des faience de Haviland & Co, published in 1879.