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Alcock and Brown

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishAlcock and BrownAl‧cock and Brown /ˌɔːlkɒk ənd ˈbraʊn $ -kɑːk-/ 🔊 🔊 two British pilots Sir John William Alcock (1892–1919) and Sir Arthur Whitten Brown (1886–1948) who, in 1919, were the first people to fly an aircraft across the Atlantic without stopping
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