Last name: Leech SDB Popularity ranking: 743 This interesting surname has two distinct possible sources, each with its own history and derivation. The above meaning was brought about as a result of the medicinal use of the leech for healing by blood-letting. Warez leecher names and meanings. Firstly, Leach may have originated as an occupational name for a physician, from the Olde English pre 7th Century 'laece', one who practises healing, a physician.
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A 1947 advertisement for the first Model 35 Bonanza At the end of, two all-metal emerged, the Model 35 Bonanza and the, that represented very different approaches to the premium end of the postwar civil-aviation market. With its high-wing, seven-cylinder, fixed, and roll-down side windows, the Cessna 195 was little more than a continuation of prewar technology; the 35 Bonanza, however, was more like the fighters developed during the war, featuring an easier-to-manage, horizontally opposed, six-cylinder engine, a shape, retractable (although the nosewheel initially was not steerable, but castering) and low-wing configuration. Designed by a team led by, the model 35 Bonanza was a relatively fast, low-wing monoplane at a time when most light aircraft were still made of wood and fabric. The Model 35 featured, and its signature (equipped with combination elevator-rudders called 'ruddervators'), which made it both efficient and the most distinctive private aircraft in the sky. The prototype 35 Bonanza made its first flight on December 22, 1945, with the first production aircraft debuting as 1947 models. The first 30–40 Bonanzas produced had fabric-covered flaps and ailerons, after which those surfaces were covered with alloy sheet.
The V-tail design gained a reputation as the 'forked-tail doctor killer', due to crashes by overconfident amateur pilots with high-level skills outside aviation, fatal accidents, and inflight breakups. 'Doctor killer' has sometimes been used to describe the conventional-tailed version, as well.