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BREAKFAST IN SWITZERLAND.
LOVE IS IN A ZEPPELIN FOR AIRSHIP VENTURES (Valentines day)
MODERN ZEPPELIN ADVERTISING.
GOODYEAR CREW PUNISHMENT
" I wonder if the Hindenburg crew mind if we smoke sir!"
HOOD BLIMP ZEPPELIN THROWING CONTEST.
New giant sperm blimp.
A slow blimp for fast food.
Who stole the ballast shot bags?.
THE ORIGIN OF THE WORD BLIMP
The Oxford English Dictionary, along with several other sources, names both noted aviator Horace Shortt and a certain Lieutenant A. D. Cunningham as possible sources. One popular anecdote recounts an incident in which Lt. Cunningham supposedly flicked his thumb against a blimp's inflated surface, producing a noise which sounded like "blimp," whereupon Cunningham dubbed the craft "a blimp."
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INTERESTING AIRSHIP KEYWORDS
المن 飞艇 飛行船 비행선 हवाई पोत Дырыжабль дирижабъл luchtschip õhulaev ilmalaiva dirigeable dirigível Luftschiff αερόπλοια dirijabl léghajója pesawat luftskip sterowiec vzducholoď Cepelin and the new one: Hybrid Air Vehicle
IS THIS HANGAR INSURED?
BUM IN A LIGHTSHIP BALLONET.
Blimp fishing in the old days. (They use outriggers and troll for Marlin now!)
You guessed it, A BREAD ZEPPELIN.
Umm! Honey, where are the kids going with those balloons?