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CHARLES GREY . On flying - boats — the Far East - and Australia . The
Aeroplane , Vol . 34 , No . 10 ( Mar . 7 , 1928 ) , London , pp . 313 - 318 . On flying
Author: United States. National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics
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