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Aeros is a Ukrainian aircraft manufacturer founded by a group of ex-Antonov engineers in the early 1990s to build hang gliders.


AEROS is an Aviation waypoint.


  1. AEROS satellites were to study the aeronomy i. e. the science of the upper atmosphere and ionosphere, in particular the F region under the strong influence of solar extreme ultraviolet radiation. To this end the spectrum of this radiation was recorded aboard by one instrument on the one hand and a set of 4 other instruments measuring the most important neutral uand iononized parameters at the satellite's position on the other.
  2. Aeros: Designed by Franz Bezina, the Aeros was manufactured between 1927 and 1929, and featured a BMW-inspired frame with a leaf spring fork and 347cc and 497cc three-valve overhead camshaft single-cylinder engines.

Phrases with Aeros

  1. Ormyrus Aeros
  2. Aridelus Aeros
  3. Species Ormyrus Aeros
  4. Species Aridelus Aeros

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Google previewBiblical Commentary on the Prophecies of Isaiah (1892)

by Franz Delitzsch

But it also naturally occurs from the nature of the subject to compare the onward hurrying stream to a bird shooting thither; 'Aeros is an old name of the Nile.1 Immanuel, whether it be written masoretically as one word or as two, is here in any ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Space Age (2010)

by Paul Dickson

Aeros SOURCES. Peter T. Eaton, Office of Space Science and Applications, NASA, letter to Historical Staff, NASA, May 2, 1967; James A. Van Allen, Eleanor Pressly, and John W. Townsend Jr., “The Aerobee Rocket,”and Townsend et al., ...

Google previewChambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary (part 1 of 4: A-D)

by Various

aēr, aeros, air, and dynamis, power.] Aerolite, ā′ėrolīt, n.a meteoricstone or meteorite—also A ′erolith.—n.Aerolithol′ogy, that branch of science which treats of aerolites.—adj.Aerolit′ic. [Gr. aēr, air, lithos, a stone.] Aerology, āėrol′ oji ...

Google previewSports web encyclopaedia (2005)

Houston Aeros Official site includes merchandise, tickets, team information, booster club, hockey information, fan... 125. Boston Bruins Official Web Site Official site includes team history, players, schedule, statistics, tickets, ...

Google previewChambers's English Dictionary (1872)

Pronouncing, Explanatory, and Etymological; with Vocabularies of Scottish Words and Phrases, Americanisms, &c by James Donald (F.R.G.S.)

air, aeros, air, and dynamis, power.] AEROLITE, a'er-o-llt, n, A stone which has fallen from the air, a meteoric stone. [Fr. aerolit/te, low L. aerolithes — Gr. air, aeros, air, litlios, a stone.] AEROLITHOLOGY, a-er-o-li-thol'o-ji, n. The science of ...

Google previewAn Etymological Dictionary of the English Language (2007)

by John Oswald

aeros'copy, n. ae'rial, a. air, 11.. &. v. air'y, a. * Much used in the formation of botanical terms. ' A nest fb birds of prey, which always build.

Google previewEncyclopedia of Scales and Modes for Electric Bass (2011)

by Dana Roth

+6 47 Riff AeroS Q) FORMULA - (C) Root (D) 2nd (E) 3rd ...

Google previewInternational Encyclopedia of the Stock Market (1999)

by Michael D. Sheimo, Andreas Loizou

Water Works Gulfstream Aeros. Timken Icn Pharmaceuticals New Genzyme Nat. Service Inds. Immunex New Brooks Fiber Props. Wesco Financial Clayton Homes Callaway Golf Catellus Dev.Corp. Bergen Brunswig 'A' Andrew King World ...

Google previewIllustrated Dictionary of Entomology (2007)

by Paras Nath

aeros = air + bios = life) e.g., in, man; a process or an organism that requires oxygen. Aeropile (s): The opening in the chorion (egg shell) through which air enters, often covered by a plastron; ...

Google previewA dictionary of the Teloogoo language (1821)

commonly termed the Gentoo, peculiar to the Hindoos of the north eastern provinces of the Indian Peninsula by Alexander Duncan Campbell

Aeros. n. Joy; pleasure; delight. T. & ecodovo v. a. 1. To gladden, or exhilarate. 2. to give. . No S s. n. vide Aces. . Acco x3 o'e)& s. n. A low inarticulate expression of joy or grief. . Sees s. n. A rat. Neos o S's (from T. S"so a trap.) A rat-trap.

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Scrabble value of A1E1R1O1S1

The value of this 5-letter word is 5 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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