aeromotor


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aeromotor

(ˈɛərəʊˌməʊtə)
n
an engine that powers an aircraft
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The Aeromotor Windmill Company began in Chicago in 1888 and remains the only manufacturer of water-pumping machines: Still Turning covers the company's history from its early roots to modern times, also providing a survey of the American windmill.
Other brands of windmills included Heller-Aller, Perkins, Star, Dempster, Fairbury, and Aeromotor (Gillis, p.15).
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A retired law enforcement officer, Bob selected half a dozen engines to display, from an Aeromotor with a fluted hopper to four International Harvester standards.