What are saucers?

Some articles on saucers, saucer:

Flying Saucer Working Party - Secret Operations
... memo in which he enquired “What does all this stuff about flying saucers amount to? What can it mean? What is the truth? Let me have a report at your convenience” ... reports about unidentified flying objects, described by the Press as “flying saucers”, were the subject of a full Intelligence study in 1951” ... There was some considerable discussion and debate about the terms of reference of the Flying Saucer Working Party ...
Bruce Gentry - Characters and Story
... through recordings), in order to perfect the villain's flying saucers ... Paul Radcliffe hires Bruce to investigate the saucers as he thinks they may have a commercial use ... Necessary for the production of the flying saucers is a mineral called Platonite ...
Jonathan Edward Caldwell - The USAF Investigates
... who explained that the company had been building aircraft similar to the "flying saucers" which were then a popular topic in the press ... The Air Force had canvassed for reports of flying saucers, and the shareholder apparently felt that Caldwell's disk-rotor might explain them ... The team reported that the prototypes could not be responsible for the "flying saucer" reports that were being received from all around the country ...
Orthon - Books
... Philosophy (1961), self-published (reprinted 1972, Pine Hill Press OCLC 13371492) Flying Saucers Farewell (1961), Abelard-Schuman, OCLC 964949 (reprinted 1967 as ...
Cups And Saucers
... Cups and Saucers is a one-act "satirical musical sketch" written and composed by George Grossmith ... Cups and Saucers was performed by the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company from August 1878 to February 1880 at the Opera Comique as a curtain raiser to H.M.S ... D'Oyly Carte preceded his Savoy operas with curtain raisers such as Cups and Saucers ...

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