America

(from the article `America`s Cup`) ...sailing yacht competition. It was first offered as the Hundred Guinea Cup in 1851 by the Royal Yacht Squadron of Great Britain for a race around ... ...for supremacy of the seas. Fibre flax is still used for sails, although cotton has replaced it for better quality canvas. Cotton sails became ... ...
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América

(from the article `Latin American art`) ...in the charge of Manuel Tolsá`s star pupil, Pedro Patiño Ixtolinque, whose mother`s family name (Ixtolinque) reveals his indigenous heritage. His ...
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America

[n] - North and South America
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America

noun North America and South America and Central America
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America

[An Epic Rhapsody in Three Parts] ...
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America

[Judge Dredd story] America was a Judge Dredd story published in the Judge Dredd Megazine in 1990. Told in flashbacks, the story concerns the character America Jara, her friend Bennett Beeny and their tragic encounters with the Justice Department. As Bennett Beeny grows up to reap the benefits of Mega City One, becoming a famous singer and ...
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America

[poem] `America` is a poem by Allen Ginsberg, written in 1956. It appears in his collection Howl and Other Poems. The poem is in the first person and reads much like a monologue. It is presented in a somewhat rambling, stream of consciousness format. America is a largely political work, with much of the poem consisting of various accusation...
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América

[SP] Picture I took of Bates` home. ...
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America

[Spanish automobile] The America was a Spanish automobile manufactured in Barcelona from 1917 to 1922. The four-cylinder `valveless` model, the `Tipo A`, had a primitive synchromesh gearbox and worm final drive. The firm`s main product was the 1097cc `Tipo B`; the `Tipo C` was an ohv racing model. ...
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America

[The Book] An updated trade paperback edition was published in 2006 as a `Teacher`s Edition,` with updated coverage of the Supreme Court Justices (including Samuel Alito and John Roberts, who were appointed after the 2004 book`s publication), and fact checking by Stanley K. Schultz, professor emeritus of history at the University of Wiscons...
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America

[US] The 3 main characters in the British TV sitcom `Open All Hours` Fair use claimed in the Open All Hours article: Source: BBC Guide to Comedy ...
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America

[video game] America (or A*M*E*R*I*C*A, also known as America: No Peace Beyond the Line in the UK and Germany) is a Wild West-themed real-time strategy video game. It is set during the era after the American civil war. The player can choose to play Native Americans (Sioux tribe), Mexicans, Outlaws or Settlers. The objective is to settle the...
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America

[West Side Story song] `America` is a well-known song from the musical West Side Story. Leonard Bernstein composed the music; Stephen Sondheim wrote the song`s lyrics. It is well known for using a mixed meter: In the original stage version of the musical, Anita, the girlfriend of Bernardo (the leader of the Sharks) and the musical`s most im...
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America

[XM] America was a channel on the XM Satellite Radio network that specialized in playing classic country music. It was available on channel 10 on XM and channel 808 on DirecTV. America was scrapped as part of the Sirius/XM merger on November 12, 2008, replaced by Sirius`s similar The Roadhouse. XM`s advertising described the channel this wa...
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America

[yacht] America was a 19th-century racing yacht and first winner of the America`s Cup international sailing trophy. Originally known variously as the Royal Yacht Squadron`s `One Hundred Guinea Cup`, `One Hundred Sovereign Cup`, or `£100 Cup`, the trophy was later renamed after the original winning yacht. On August 22, 1851, America won the...
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America

America [for Amerigo Vespucci], the lands of the Western Hemisphere—North America, Central (or Middle) America, and South America. The world map published in 1507 by Martin Waldseemüller is the first known cartographic use of the name. In English, America and American are frequently used ...
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America

America is an English name for girls. The meaning is `ruler of the home land` The name America is -as far as we know- only given to American girls. The name sounds like: Amargot, Amargoe, Amargo Similar names are: Africa, Aifrica, Affrica, Alarica, Amica, Amera, Arica, Airica
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America

Landmass in the Western hemisphere of the Earth, comprising the continents of North America and South America, with Central America in between. This great landmass extends from the Arctic to the Antarctic, from beyond 75° N to past 55° S. The area is about 42,000,000 sq km/16,000,000 sq...
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America

USS America is an American Kitty Hawk Class aircraft carrier of 60300 tons standard displacement launched in 1964. USS America is powered by eight Foster-Wheeler boilers driving four Westinghouse geared turbines providing a top speed of 32 knots and a range of 6400 km at 30 knots. She carries a crew of 4782 including 1782 aircrew and is armed with ...
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