Gee Bee

Gee Bee may refer to:

  • Granville Brothers Aircraft, an aircraft manufacturer
    • Gee Bee R-1, a racing plane built by Granville Brothers Aircraft
    • Gee Bee Sportster, family of sports aircraft built by Granville Brothers Aircraft
    • Gee Bee Model Y Senior Sportster, a sports aircraft built by Granville Brothers Aircraft
    • Gee Bee Model Z, a racing plane built by Granville Brothers Aircraft
  • Gee Bee Department Stores
  • Gee Bee (arcade game), a 1978 arcade game by Namco
  • the nickname of the Finnish boxer Gunnar Bärlund

Other articles related to "gee bee, bee, gee":

List Of Namco Games - Arcade Releases
... Title Release date Notes Gee Bee 1978 Namco's first independently-released game Bomb Bee 1979 Sequel to Gee Bee Galaxian 1979 First Namco space shooter game Cutie Q 1979 Second sequel ...
Lowell Bayles - Speed Record and Death
... Following the Thompson Trophy race, the Gee Bee Z was re-engined with a larger, 750-horsepower (560 kW) Wasp Senior radial, in preparation for an attempt at establishing ... had come loose and crashed through the Gee Bee Z's windscreen ... In addition, tests of a reproduction aircraft have shown that the Gee Bee Z was susceptible to aerodynamic flutter at high speed ...
Gee Bee Department Stores
... Gee Bee Department Stores began in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, United States, in 1906 when the Glosser brothers opened a small one-room shop in the Franklin Building ... The chain branched out in the 1960s with the opening of the suburban Gee Bee discount stores ... The Gee Bee locations were sold off over the years to other chain stores ...
Pratt & Whitney R-1340 Wasp - Applications
... Canada DHC-3 Otter Douglas Dolphin Fairchild FB-3 Fokker F.10 Fokker F.32 Ford Trimotor Gee Bee R-1 Gee Bee R-2 Super Sportster Gee Bee R 1/2 Super Sportster Gee Bee Z Gee ...

Famous quotes containing the words bee and/or gee:

    Where the bee sucks, there suck I,
    In a cowslip’s bell I lie;
    There I couch when owls do cry.
    On the bat’s back I do fly
    After summer merrily.
    Merrily, merrily shall I live now,
    Under the blossom that hangs on the bough.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    in every language even deafanddumb
    thy sons acclaim your glorious name by gorry
    by jing by gee by gosh by gum
    —E.E. (Edward Estlin)