Goddard

[god-erd]
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  • His mother, Mrs. Goddard of Madison Square, was not needlessly alarmed.

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    James Huneker

  • "I hardly think you will, Mr. Goddard," was the quiet response.

    The Masked Bridal

    Mrs. Georgie Sheldon

  • Mr. Goddard glanced from her to his brother-in-law in unfeigned perplexity.

    The Masked Bridal

    Mrs. Georgie Sheldon

  • For the second time that evening Mr. Goddard suppressed a groan with a cough.

    The Masked Bridal

    Mrs. Georgie Sheldon

  • Allow me to present Mrs. Stewart—Mrs. Stewart, my husband, Mr. Goddard.

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    Mrs. Georgie Sheldon


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Goddard

noun
  1. Robert Hutchings. 1882–1945, US physicist. He made the first workable liquid-fuelled rocket
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Goddard

[gŏdərd]Robert Hutchings 1882-1945
  1. 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.
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