- Robert Hutch·ings [huhch-ingz] /ˈhʌtʃ ɪŋz/, 1882–1945, U.S. physicist: pioneer in rocketry.
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Contemporary Examples of goddard
Goddard was accused of abusing Michael Egan in Hawaii when Egan was a teenager.
The motion was filed today by Goddard's legal representatives, the Weintraub/Tobin law firm, in the federal court in Hawaii.
When the teenager was 14 or 15, the suit contends, Goddard communicated that he loved John Doe.
Later, when the boy was 15 or 16, Goddard insisted he strip and they lay on a bed naked and kissed, the suit alleges.
The nature of the harm allegedly caused by Goddard was “subtle, imperceptible and pernicious.”
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His mother, Mrs. Goddard of Madison Square, was not needlessly alarmed.Melomaniacs
"I hardly think you will, Mr. Goddard," was the quiet response.
Mr. Goddard glanced from her to his brother-in-law in unfeigned perplexity.
For the second time that evening Mr. Goddard suppressed a groan with a cough.
Allow me to present Mrs. Stewart—Mrs. Stewart, my husband, Mr. Goddard.
- Robert Hutchings. 1882–1945, US physicist. He made the first workable liquid-fuelled rocket
- American physicist who developed numerous rockets and rocket devices, including the first successful liquid-fueled rocket (1926), the first instrument-carrying rocket that could make observations in flight (1929), and the first rockets to exceed the speed of sound.