The USS Darby was an American Buckley Class escort destroyer of 1400 tons displacement launched in 1943. The USS Darby had a top speed of 26 knots and carried a complement of 220. She was armed with three 3 inch guns; two 40 mm anti-aircraft guns; six 20 mm anti-aircraft guns; depth charge throwers and three 21 inch torpedo tubes in a triple mount.
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A flat tool used to smooth concrete flatwork immediately after screeding. See Bullfloating.
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A plasterer's float, having two handles; -- used in smoothing ceilings, etc.
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• (n.) A plasterer`s float, having two handles; -- used in smoothing ceilings, etc.
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Darby is a Irish mixed name. The meaning of the name is `free` Where is it used? The name Darby is mainly used In English.How do they say it elsewhere? Derby ( In English) Darby doesn`t appear In 2007`s top-1000 name list.The last time Darby appeared In the top-1000 was 6 years ago, In 2002. It ranked #951 In that year. . 1995 was a `top year
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Darby originally had two other railroad stations. One of them was owned by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad (now the Philadelphia Subdivision of CSX) and was located at Main and Sixth Streets, where the SEPTA Route 11 trolley crosses today, and the other was owned by the Pennsylvania Railroad and was located where the current
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A flat tool used to smooth concrete flatwork immediately after screeding. See Bullfloating
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Darby, borough (1990 pop. 11,140), Delaware co., SE Pa., a suburb adjacent to Philadelphia; settled by Quakers 1682, inc. 1853. Although residential, it has some manufactures. One of the oldest settlements in the state, it retains many colonial landmarks. The Darby Library Company was founded in 174...
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Darby (pronounced: DAHR-bee) is an English locational surname and has since become a given name. Its prefix derives from the Old Norse djúr ("deer"), and the suffix býr ("farm"/"settlement"). The oldest recorded surname dates to the period of 1160 - 1182 in Lincolnshire. Darby was a common pre-1800 alternative spelling of Derby, a
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large trowel for levelling concrete or plaster
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