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- CANT (Cantieri Aeronautici e Navali Triestini, the Trieste Shipbuilding and Naval Aeronautics; also sometimes labelled C.R.D.A. CANT) was an Italian aviation...
- For unbuilt projects, see List of German aircraft projects, 1939–45. For missiles, see List of German guided weapons of World War II. Aero Ab-101 captured...
- a performer Song of Songs, a section of the Old Testament Cantieri Aeronautici e Navali Triestini, an aircraft manufacturer A tool used in making batik...
- accidents d'aviation, BEAA; Italian: Ufficio d'inchiesta sugli infortuni aeronautici, UIIA) was the Swiss bureau of aircraft accident investigation. In 2011...
- related even to naval and armament industries (like the famous "Cantieri Aeronautici Navali Triestini (CANT)"). Allied bombings during World War II destro****...
- project from Grizzly Bear b**** guitarist and producer, Chris Taylor. Cantieri Aeronautici e Navali Triestini, an aviation company Cant (disambiguation)...
- Italian airline and flight training school ****ociated with Cantieri Aeronautici e Navali Triestini (C.R.D.A Canterei), later merged with other airlines...
- designations attached to aircraft manufactured by a related company, Cantieri Aeronautici e Navali Triestini Cooperative Research and Development Agreement, an...
- War II. In 1935, Filippo Zappata, the chief designer of the Cantieri Aeronautici e Navali Triestini (CANT), designed two medium bombers, the twin-engined...
- one of the foremost Italian aircraft designers. He worked for Cantieri Aeronautici e Navali Triestini (CANT) for some years, but went to France in 1927...
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