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Le Bourget

[ luh boor-zhey; French luh boor-zhe ]

noun

  1. a suburb of Paris: former airport, landing site for Charles A. Lindbergh, May 1927.


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At Le Bourget he tried the new Nieuport machine, which was the hope of the fighting airplanes.

Le Bourget, standing as it did in advance of the line of inundation, was especially liable to a surprise.

They were waiting for him at Le Bourget, and sent up flares and rockets, long before he got there.

He flew back to Paris, for tea at Le Bourget, and then motored into the city for a good dinner.

The end of Le Bourget, towards Paris appears entirely deserted.

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