Britannia

Gold bullion coin and its fractionals to be issued by Great Britain beginning in 1987; also, the allegorical figure representing Britain.
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Britannia

The Roman name for Britain, later a national symbol of Great Britain in the form of a seated woman with a trident. Also the name of the royal yacht, decommissioned in 1997. ...
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Britannia

Bri·tan'ni·a noun [ From Latin Britannia Great Britain.] A white-metal alloy of tin, antimony, bismuth, copper, etc. It somewhat resembles silver, and is used for table ware. Called also Britannia metal .
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Britannia

• (n.) A white-metal alloy of tin, antimony, bismuth, copper, etc. It somewhat resembles silver, and is used for table ware. Called also Britannia metal.
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Britannia

(from the article `airplane`) ...never made them exceptionally popular. The Vickers Viscount was adopted for its newness and its successor the Vanguard for its large windows. ...
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Britannia

(from the article `Lyonnesse`) ...Latin prose work, an account of the journeys of William of Worcester, makes detailed reference to a submerged land extending from St. Michael`s ...
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Britannia

Britannia is a Lat In girl name. The meaning of the name is `Of Bretagne, France` The name Britannia doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most common names over de last 128 years. The name Britannia seems to be unique!
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Britannia

[cyclecar] The Britannia was a British 4-wheeled cyclecar made in 1913 and 1914 by Britannia Cars Ltd based in Ashwell, Hertfordshire. The car was powered by an air-cooled, two-cylinder, two-stroke engine driving the rear wheels by a four-speed gearbox and belts. It cost GBP85. ...
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Britannia

The Britannia was the first Cunard liner. She was a paddle boat of 1156 tons displacement with a top speed of nine knots. In 1842 Charles Dickens sailed to the USA on board the Britannia.
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Britannia

[whaler] The `Britannia` was a 301 burthen ton full rigged whaler built in 1783 in Bridport, England. Owned by the whaling firm Samuel Enderby & Sons, it was wrecked off the New South Wales Coast in 1806. Under the command of Thomas Melvill, Britannia was one of 11 ships that departed from the United Kingdom in early 1791 as part of the Thi...
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Britannia

A silver alloy composed of 95.84% silver and 4.16% other metals, also expressed as 11 ounces 10 dwt (pennyweight) of pure silver to 8 dwt per pound Troy.
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Britannia

a standard of silver defined by law as 958.3 parts pure silver in a 1000. The Britannia standard was introduced in 1697 in the UK to halt the widespread melting down of sterling standard silver coinage. The traditional sterling hallmark of a lion passant was replaced by the figure of Britannia. A relaxation of the law in 1720 saw the reinstatement ...
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Britannia

[board game] Britannia is a strategy board game, first released and published in 1986 by Gibsons Games in the United Kingdom and most recently updated in late 2008 as a re-release of the 2005 edition, produced by Fantasy Flight Games. It broadly depicts the wars in, and migrations to, the island of Great Britain in the centuries from the Ro...
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Britannia

[former building society] Britannia is a financial services institution and a former mutual building society that is now a trading name of the Co-operative Bank in the United Kingdom. Britannia was headquartered in Leek, Staffordshire, and was the second largest building society in the UK based on total assets of £36.8 billion at 31 Decemb...
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Britannia

[disambiguation] Britannia is the original Latin name the Roman Empire gave to the island of Great Britain, a name later used for a female personification of the United Kingdom. Britannia may also refer to: ==Schools== ==Geography== ==Publications== ==Sport== ==Transportation== ==Popular culture== ==Landmarks== ...
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Britannia

[coin] Britannia coins are British bullion coins issued by the Royal Mint in gold since 1987 and in silver since 1997. Britannia gold coins contain one troy ounce of gold and have a face value of £100. Gold Britannias also are issued in fractional sizes of one-half, one-quarter, and one-tenth of a troy ounce and with face values of £50, ...
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Britannia

Britannia is an ancient term for Roman Britain and also a female personification of the island. The name is Latin, and derives from the Greek form Prettanike or Brettaniai, which originally designated a collection of islands with individual names, including Albion or Great Britain; however, by the 1st century BC Britannia came to be used for Great...
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Britannia

[1774] The Britannia was a 500 ton merchantman and convict ship that was dispatched in 1796 from Ireland to Australia. Built in 1774, she was the focus of a protest against the Tea Act in Charleston, South Carolina in 1774. She remained employed in the services of the East India Company between 1795 and 1799. ==Voyages== In November 1774, B...
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Britannia

Britain
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