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Neil Armstrong

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n Neil Armstrong United States astronaut; the first man to set foot on the Moon (July 20, 1969) (1930-)
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Usage

In literature:

Captains Rudolph, Armstrong, and O'Neil, and many others were the boldest kind of partisans.
"The Yankee Tea-party" by Henry C. Watson
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In news:

Neil Armstrong funeral held at National Cathedral.
Annual Stone Soup tradition continues at Neil Armstrong .
Astronaut Neil Armstrong, First Man to Walk on Moon, Dies at 82.
Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon, died at age 82.
Where was Neil Armstrong five months and five days after making history.
Look back at Neil Armstrong 's remarkable life.
Apollo astronaut Neil Armstrong 's life is being celebrated today after he died late last month.
Following the death of Neil Armstrong, Florida Today included a vignette (marked with an arrow) about the relationship between former Rockledge mayor R.W.
Neil Armstrong 's Corvette to be preserved, not restored.
Navy research vessel to be named after Neil Armstrong .
Neil Armstrong on Progress, One Small Step at a Time.
Navy Names Ship After Neil Armstrong .
Navy names ship after Neil Armstrong .
Neil Armstrong buried at sea.
Neil Armstrong 's Solemn but Not Sad Memorial at the National Cathedral.
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In science:

Moon landing by Neil Armstrong on 20 July 1969, and the development of several space stations such as the Soviet Union’s Salyut and Mir and the U.S.’s Skylab programme on low Earth orbit.
The United Nations Human Space Technology Initiative (HSTI): Activity Status in 2012
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