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Borman

[ bawr-muhn ]

noun

  1. Frank Frederick II, 1928–2023, U.S. astronaut, commander of the first mission to orbit the moon (1968).


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There’s no telling if Borman will be watching tonight or tomorrow, but not every astronaut who orbited or touched the moon returned to Earth as unmoved as he did.

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It wasn’t a surprise that Yeager wouldn’t extend much courtesy to the likes of Borman.

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All they knew, as Borman told me in a conversation in 2015, was that he was one more young defector from Yeager’s flying family—and that would not make for an easy audience with his commander.

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His attorney, Cheryl Borman, told Pohl that Attash has been repeatedly beaten by guards at Guantánamo.

After Borman insisted that Olbermann work March 5, Price said he was being highly unprofessional.

But a few comparatively, of the descendants of Samuel Borman can now be traced.

The carbons show you wrote the name John Borman, not Gorman.

It is said that the name, however spelled, is still pronounced “Borman,” at Wethersfield.

Was it because you thought I was making more money than you, that you changed the name on the Borman obituary?

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