Hangar

See Aircraft hangar.

Hangar

A hangar is a closed structure to hold aircraft or spacecraft in protective storage. Most hangars are built of metal, but other materials such as wood and concrete are also used. The word hangar comes from Middle French hanghart (`enclosure near a house`), of Germanic origin, from Frankish *haimgard (`home-enclosure`, `fence around a group of...
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hangar

(from the article `building construction`) ...hinged at each end) and three-hinge (made of two members hinged at each end and at the meeting point at the crown) trussed arches were widely ...
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Hangar

[Lancaster, California] The Hangar, formerly known as Lancaster Municipal Stadium and Clear Channel Stadium, is a stadium in Lancaster, California. It is built just off California State Route 14. It is primarily used for baseball, and is the home field of the Lancaster JetHawks minor league baseball team of the California League. It was bui...
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Hangar

A building that is used for the purpose of housing and maintaining aircraft.
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Hangar

A building to house aircraft. This was originally a French term which came into use in this country before the Second World War.
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hangar

An enclosed structure for housing aircraft. Originated with lake-based floating homes of the original German Zeppelins in which they were "hung" from cables, which explains the erroneous, oft-seen spelling of "hanger." French: hangar, shed, outbuilding, from Latin: angarium, shed.
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Hangar

An enclosed structure for housing aircraft. Originated with lake-based floating homes of the origina
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