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Alcock, Sir John William Syllabification: Al·cock, Sir John William
Pronunciation: /ˈôlˌkäk/

Definition of Alcock, Sir John William in English:

( 1892–1919), English aviator. With Sir Arthur Whitten Brown, he made the first nonstop transatlantic flight in June 1919.

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