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Lind·bergh

 (lĭnd′bûrg′, lĭn′-), Anne Spencer Morrow 1906-2001.
American aviator and writer. She accompanied her husband, Charles Lindbergh, on many of his flights and wrote North to the Orient (1935) and Listen! the Wind (1938).

Lindbergh

, Charles Augustus Known as "Lucky Lindy." 1902-1974.
American aviator who made the first solo transatlantic flight (May 20-21, 1927). His books include We (1927) and an autobiography, The Spirit of St. Louis (1953).

Lindbergh

(ˈlɪndbɜːɡ; ˈlɪnbɜːɡ)
n
(Biography) Charles Augustus. 1902–74, US aviator, who made the first solo nonstop flight across the Atlantic (1927)

Lind•bergh

(ˈlɪnd bɜrg, ˈlɪn-)

n.
Charles Augustus, 1902–74, U.S. aviator: made the first solo nonstop transatlantic flight 1927.
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In the 1920s, Lindbergh already was dreaming of space travel and became an early supporter of rocket pioneer Robert Goddard when many were writing Goddard off as some "mad" scientist.
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Though a careful reader might be able to reconstruct that chronology based on information provided in Fass's chapters on the Ross and Lindbergh cases (supplemented by one or two snippets later in the book), the fairly sharp pattern of emergence, proliferation, and suppression tends to be obscured by intervening discussions of other types of cases and issues.
Seventy years after Charles Lindbergh electrified the world by becoming the first aviator to fly nonstop from New York to Paris, his place in history remains a turbulent one.
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Washington, June 27 ( ANI ): An American motorcycle and electric plane racer is planning to make history by a trans-Atlantic flight in an electric airplane, in the style of Charles Lindbergh, who managed the same feat in 1927.