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She earned dual master’s degrees in aero-astro engineering and technology and policy, but before she found a job in either field, television came calling.
For example, the Unified Lounge in Building 33 includes machining equipment and non-player characters labeled Todd and Dave, in honor of two technical instructors well known to aero-astro students.
After a 2005 out-of-court settlement, Aero filed an ethics complaint against Herman with the Florida Bar.
The client, Aero Controls of Seattle, sued Herman and his law firm.
As though shot out of some huge cannon the aero-iceboat skimmed the lake.
The surface of the lake was not as it had been when the girls had taken their first ride on the aero-iceboat.
In all the great nations Aero Clubs were formed and races and contests began to be announced.The Romance of Aircraft|Lawrence Yard Smith
About all Parks thought or talked of was the coming aero meet.Airship Andy|Frank V. Webster
Just call it an aero-iceyacht, and let it go at that, said Chet.