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Wright

(rīt),
Basil Martin, British bioengineering clinician, 1912-2001. See: Wright respirometer.

Wright

(rīt),
James Homer, U.S. pathologist, 1869-1928. See: Wright stain.

Wright

(rīt),
Marmaduke Burr, U.S. obstetrician, 1803-1879. See: Wright version.
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Orville Wright opened the first Wright Flying School near Montgomery, Ala.
Wilbur and Orville Wright ran a printing shop and a bicycle shop before 1903.
The award was accepted on behalf of the team by James Wang, AgustaWestland s Vice President Research & Technology, at the Wilbur and Orville Wright Lecture held on 11th December at the Royal Aeronautical Society s headquarters in London.
Grant and Wilbur and Orville Wright as the four opt to make voluntary contributions to the Ohio Historical Society while completing their state income tax returns.
Orville Redenbacher was named after Orville Wright who piloted the first airplane flight in Indiana.
CHRIS GRANET wings his way to North Carolina, birthplace of powered flight 108 years ago today ON the raw morning of December 17, 1903, Orville Wright climbed aboard his plane the Flyer and prepared himself to change the course of humanity for ever.
While the brothers Wilber and Orville Wright are famous for being responsible for the first manned airflight at Kittyhawk, what is not so well known is that afterwards they established the first aviator flight training school in the country.
1905 Orville Wright became the first person to fly an aircraft for more than 33 minutes.
Tom Crouch, Senior Curator of the Division of Aeronautics at the National Air and Space Museum, is the author of the highly acclaimed biography of the Wright brothers, The Bishop's Boys: A Life of Wilbur and Orville Wright.
The honor was established in 1933 when Orville Wright became the AIAA's first Honorary Fellow.
Named for aviation pioneers Wilbur and Orville Wright and 1st Lt.
A letter in which Orville Wright expresses disappointment over the Smithsonian Institute's failure to display the 1903 aircraft he built with his brother is to be auctioned.