Flew

Flew may refer to:

  • Past participle of the verb "to fly", relating to flight
  • Antony Flew, British philosopher who renounced his atheism
  • Terry Flew, Australian professor of media and communication

Other articles related to "flew":

Convair CV-240 Family - Design and Development
... The prototype Model 110, registration NX90653 first flew on July 8, 1946 ... The 240 first flew on March 16, 1947 ... The 340 first flew on October 5, 1951 ...
Antony Flew
... Antony Garrard Newton Flew (11 February 1923 – 8 April 2010) was a British philosopher ... Flew was a strong advocate of atheism, arguing that one should presuppose atheism until empirical evidence of a God surfaces ... This book (and Flew's conversion itself) has been the subject of controversy, following an article in the New York Times magazine alleging that Flew had mentally declined, and that Varghese was ...
Frank Versteegh
... During his career, he flew in over 1,250 aerobatic displays at major aviation events all over the world, using over 160 different types of aircraft ... He flew his first display in a Cessna 150 aerobat in 1983 ... Between 1987 and 1989, he flew in the Pitts S-2S G-SOLO, which also flew in the Rothmanns team as a solo aircraft ...
Wendell O. Pruitt - Military Career
... The 332nd was transferred to the Mediterranean theater in late 1943 where Pruitt flew the P-47 Thunderbolt ... Thereafter, the 332nd flew the P-51 Mustang as their primary fighter aircraft ... Pruitt flew seventy combat missions, was credited with 3 enemy kills, and reached the rank of captain ...
FMA Ae C.3
... On 21 January 1936, a refined version flew as the AeC.3G ... This aircraft first flew as an open-cockpit type, but later had a roof fitted to create an enclosed cabin ... this family of aircraft, was the AeC.4 that flew on 17 October ...

Famous quotes containing the word flew:

    She left the web, she left the loom,
    She made three paces through the room,
    She saw the water-lily bloom,
    She saw the helmet and the plume,
    She looked down to Camelot.
    Out flew the web and floated wide;
    The mirror cracked from side to side;
    “The curse is come upon me,” cried
    The Lady of Shalott.
    Alfred Tennyson (1809–1892)

    But as these angels, the only halted ones
    among the many who passed and repassed,
    trod air as swimmers tread water, each gazing
    on the angelic wings of the other,
    the intelligence proper to great angels flew into their wings,
    the intelligence called intellectual love....
    Denise Levertov (b. 1923)

    One night, under cover of darkness, and further concealed in a most cunning disguisement, a desperate burglar slid into his happy home, and robbed them all of everything. And darker yet to tell, the blacksmith himself did ignorantly conduct this burglar into his family’s heart. It was the Bottle Conjurer! Upon the opening of that fatal cork, forth flew the fiend, and shrivelled up his home.
    Herman Melville (1819–1891)