Definition of Heliman

1. a helicopter operator [n HELIMEN]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Heliman

helicotremata
helictite
helictites
helideck
helidecks
heliencephalitis
heligmosomatoidea
helilift
helilifted
helilifting
helilifts
helimagnet
helimagnetic
helimagnetism
helimagnets
heliman (current term)
helimen
heling
helio
helio-
helioaerotherapy
heliobacteria
heliobacterium
heliocentric
heliocentric parallax
heliocentrical
heliocentricism
heliocentrick
heliocentrism
heliochrome

Literary usage of Heliman

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1. Readers' Guide to Periodical Literature by H.W. Wilson Company (1915)
"Hellbrunn, LV Measurement of oxidation in the sea-urchin egg. Science na 42:615-15 O 29 '15 heliman, ..."

2. The Gentleman's Magazine (1891)
"He, armed only with a heliman, or shield, has to defend himself from spears which are hurled at him with force and vengeful precision ..."

3. Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society by American Antiquarian Society (1889)
"A heliman that has stood the test of spears without splitting is considered a great acquisition. It is often painted grotesquely with a device remotely ..."

4. The Christian Science Journal by Mary Baker Eddy (1907)
"10 AM to 3 PM 624 Herman W. heliman Bldg. Cox, Miss Mary E., CS 951 W. 87th Street. Douglass, Mrs. Emma S., CS 1081 W. 7th St. Downing, Mrs. Nancy, ..."

5. The Saturday Magazine (1836)
"... is thrown at him with extreme precision and vengeance, but they are all warded off by the heliman, with equal skill, great coolness, aud intrepidity. ..."

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