Douglas

[locomotive] Douglas is a narrow gauge steam locomotive. It was built by Andrew Barclay Sons & Co. Ltd. in 1918. It was originally used by the Air Service Constructional Corps (RAF) then was bought in 1949 by Abelson & Co. (Engineers) Ltd. who then sold it to the Talyllyn Railway in 1953. ==History== Douglas spent most of its working life a...
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Douglas

HMS Douglas was a British Campbell Class destroyer of 1530 tons displacement launched in 1918. She was armed with five 4.7-inch guns; one 3-inch anti-aircraft gun; two 2-pounder pompom anti-aircraft guns; one machine gun; four Lewis guns and six 21-inch torpedo tubes arranged in two triple mountings. She was powered by Yarrow oil boilers providing ...
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Douglas

[n] - United States politician who proposed that individual territories be allowed to decide whether they would have slavery
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Douglas

Scottish family that can be traced back to the 12th century. The dukes of Hamilton, Buccleuch, and Queensbury, and the earls of Morton, Home, and Wemyss, are members of the Douglas family. There are...
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Douglas

Aircraft manufacturer [US]
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Douglas

Vehicle manufacturer [UK]
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Douglas

Stephen A. Douglas noun United States politician who proposed that individual territories be allowed to decide whether they would have slavery; he engaged in a famous series of debates with Abraham Lincoln (1813-1861)
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Douglas

(from the article `Juneau`) ...Alaska-Juneau gold mine was built (ceased operations 1944), and gold was mined on Douglas Island until 1917, when a flood and cave-in caused the ...
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Douglas

county, west-central Nevada, U.S., adjacent to the lower half of Lake Tahoe and the California border. The first permanent settlement in Nevada was ...
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Douglas

municipal borough and capital, since 1869, of the Isle of Man, one of the British Isles. It lies on the island`s east coast, 80 mi (130 km) ...
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Douglas

city, Cochise county, in Sulphur Springs Valley, southeastern Arizona, U.S. A port of entry (on the Mexican border), it is separated from Aqua ...
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Douglas

city, seat (1858) of Coffee county, south-central Georgia, U.S., about 80 miles (130 km) east of Albany. Founded in 1858, it was named for U.S. ...
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Douglas

city, seat (1887) of Converse county, east-central Wyoming, U.S., on the North Platte River, 52 miles (84 km) east of Casper. Founded in 1886 with ...
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Douglas

[given name] Douglas s is a Scottish masculine given name which originated from the surname Douglas. Although today the name is almost exclusively given to boys, it was used as girls name in the 17th and 18th centuries, in the north of England. The Scottish surname Douglas was borne by one of the most powerful families of the Kingdom of Sco...
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Douglas

[play] Douglas is a blank verse tragedy by John Home. It was first performed in 1756 in Edinburgh. The play was a big success in both Scotland and England for decades, attracting many notable actors of the period, such as Edmund Kean, who made his debut in it. Peg Woffington played Lady Randolph, a part which found a later exponent in Sarah...
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Douglas

Douglas, city (1991 pop. 19,950), capital of the Isle of Man, Great Britain. It is a popular resort, connected by rail to Ramsey and Port Erin, on the Irish Sea. Tourism is the chief industry. There are also light-engineering, knitting, and carpet-weaving factories. The Tower of Refuge, near the har...
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Douglas

Douglas (shortened from Douglas Hurd) is British slang for a third-class university honours degree.
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Douglas

Douglas is a family distinguished in the annals of Scotland. Their origin is unknown. They were already territorial magnates at the time when Bruce and Baliol were competitors for the crown. As their estates lay on the borders they early became guardians of the kingdom against the encroachments of the English, and acquired in this way power, habits...
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Douglas

Type: Term Pronunciation: dŭg′lăs Definitions: 1. John C., Irish obstetrician, 1777-1850. See: Douglas mechanism
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Douglas

[Los Angeles Metro station] When the Crenshaw/LAX Line project is completed (expected in 2016 or 2018), this station will also be served by the Crenshaw Line. ==Station layout== ==Metro Rail service== Green Line service hours are approximately from 5:00 AM until 12:45 AM daily. ==Bus connections== ==Photos== File:Douglas-Metro Green Line St...
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Douglas

[motorcycles] Douglas was a British motorcycle manufacturer from 1907–1957 based in Kingswood, Bristol, owned by the Douglas family, and especially known for its horizontally opposed twin cylinder engined bikes and as manufacturers of speedway machines. The company also built a range of cars between 1913 and 1922. ==History== The brothers...
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Douglas

[family] Very old (ship was sunk in 1915). From Royal Geographic Society. ...
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Douglas

Vineyard area in the East South Africa southwest of the town of Kimberley. There is a separate district, which belongs to any region. The vineyards are situated on the banks of the Orange River, with its floods due to the dry climate, an artificial Irrigation takes place. The best-known winery is also called Douglas.
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Douglas

Douglas is an Irish name for boys. The meaning is `black river` The name Douglas is most commonly given to Scottish boys. (3 times more often than to American boys.) If it's too long you might use: Doug
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