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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 USD1.00 per share.
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.
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.
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.S.
(8.) Gyrodyne Helicopter Historical Foundation, www.gyrodynehelicopters.com.