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... In 1924 the Martin Company underbid Curtiss for the production of a Curtiss-designed scout bomber, the SC-1, and ultimately Martin produced 404 of these ... In 1929 Martin sold the Cleveland plant and built a new one in Middle River, Maryland, northeast of Baltimore ... During the 1930s, Martin built flying boats for the U.S ...
... Martin is a city in Floyd County, Kentucky, United States ... The population was 633 at the 2000 census ...
... During the course of the spin-off's run, especially at Frasier's apartment, Frasier and Martin may have conflicts about living up to and uncomfortable about each other's ... with Niles and adventures (or misadventures) with him, while he shares none with Martin ... In "Dinner at Eight" (1993), Martin takes Frasier and Niles to a steakhouse, where health-conscious boys Frasier and Niles mock the food and then the place ...
... Martin, American aviator and founder of the Glenn L ... Martin Company, which is now part of the Lockheed Martin Corporation ...
... Violet Florence Martin (11 June 1862 – 21 December 1915) was an Irish author who co-wrote a series of novels with cousin Edith Somerville under the pen name of Martin Ross in the late ...
More definitions of "Martin":
- (noun): Any of various swallows with squarish or slightly forked tail and long pointed wings; migrate around Martinmas.
- (noun): United States actor and comedian (born in 1945).
Synonyms: Steve Martin
- (noun): United States actress (1913-1990).
Synonyms: Mary Martin
- (noun): French bishop who is a patron saint of France (died in 397).
Synonyms: St. Martin
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