Philadelphia

(from the article `Preble, Edward`) Before Preble reached his destination, he learned that the other large ship of his squadron, the frigate Philadelphia, commanded by Capt. William ...
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Philadelphia

(from the article `Springsteen, Bruce`) ...economically and spiritually destitute, and by his 1994 hit single (his first in eight years), the AIDS-related Streets of Philadelphia, from the ... Other Nominees...Schindler`s ListArt Direction: Allan Starski for Schindler`s ListOriginal Score: John Williams for Schindler`s ListOriginal So...
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Philadelphia

[n] - the largest city in Pennsylvania
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Philadelphia

[magazine] Philadelphia (usually called `Philadelphia magazine` and often {when|date=June 2014} incorrectly written as `Philadelphia Magazine` or referred to by the nickname `Phillymag`) is a regional monthly magazine published in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania by Metrocorp. Coverage includes Philadelphia and the surrounding counties of Montgom...
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Philadelphia

city, seat (1833) of Neshoba county, east-central Mississippi, U.S., and headquarters of the Choctaw Indian Agency, 80 miles (130 km) northeast of ...
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Philadelphia

Named after the small town of the same name (Ward) in South Africa, It was first defined in 2004. That to the district Tygerberg (Coastal Region) counting area is located near the Atlantic coast north of Cape Town. The occasion was the winery founded by the German Alexander Baron von Essen Capaia, Before, only wheat had been grown here. The climate...
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Philadelphia

Philadelphia 1. `Brotherly love”. 2. An ancient city of Asia Minor northeast of the Dead Sea in modern-day Jordan. The chief city of the Ammonites, it was enlarged and embellished by Ptolemy II Philadelphus (285-246 B.C.) and named in honor of him. Amman, the capital of Jordan, is now on the site. 3. The largest city of Pennsylvania, in the south...
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Philadelphia

Philadelphia, city (1990 pop. 1,585,577), coextensive with Philadelphia co., SE Pa., on the Delaware River c.100 mi (160 km) upstream at the influx of the Schuylkill River; chartered 1701. It is the fifth largest city in the United States and has been a leading commercial and cultural center since t...
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Philadelphia

River port and chief city in Pennsylvania, USA, on the Delaware River at the junction with the Schuykill River; population (2000 est) 1,517,600. It is the world's largest freshwater port, the fifth largest city in the USA, and a financial, business, and research centre. Industries include oil...
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Philadelphia

The Philadelphia was an American colonial gundalo launched in 1776. The Philadelphia carried a complement of 45 and was equipped with a single mast set with two square sails and sixteen oars. The Philadelphia was armed with one 12-pdr and two 9-pdr guns. She was sunk in action against the British at Lake Champlain on the 11th of October 1776.
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