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aviatora‧vi‧a‧tor /ˈeɪvieɪtə $ ˈeɪvieɪtər, ˈæ-/ noun [countable] old-fashioned  TTAa pilot
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aviatorMonths earlier, the carrier Eisenhower, based in Norfolk, Va., deployed with female crew members and aviators.Fellow aviators described the cockpit crew of Flight 3272 as careful, competent pilots.Early female aviators were not short on glamour either.Several naval aviators have been mentioned for the post, including Adm.This is the first in-depth study of Charlie Rolls as a pioneer aviator.Thinking of the woman in the aviator glasses, she was also depressed.
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