SAMPSON

The SAMPSON is a multi-function dual-face active electronically scanned array radar produced by BAE Systems Maritime. It is the fire control radar component of the Sea Viper naval air defence system, previously designated PAAMS(S) to distinguish it from the PAAMS system on the Franco-Italian Horizon Class. The SAMPSON multi function radar can dete...
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Sampson

[automobile] The Sampson was an early automobile manufactured by the Alden Sampson Manufacturing Company of Pittsfield, Massachusetts in 1904. It was based on the 1903 Moyea automobile for which the Alden Sampson Company had built the chassis. The Sampson was built again in 1911 by United States Motors, Alden Sampson Division, in Detroit, M...
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Sampson

[crater] Sampson is a relatively tiny lunar impact crater located near the central part of the Mare Imbrium. To the northeast is the crater Landsteiner, and to the southeast lies Timocharis. West of this crater is the Dorsum Grabau, a wrinkle ridge in the mare. ...
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Sampson

[given name] Sampson is the given name of: People: Biblical or fictional characters: ...
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Sampson

NATO designation for submarine-launched cruise missile [SU]
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Sampson

Sampson is a servant to Capulet in Romeo and Juliet.
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Sampson

Sampson is an English name for boys. The meaning is `God heard` The name Sampson is most commonly given to American boys. What do they use in other countries? Sam (English) Samia Sammie (English) Sammi Sammy (English) Sami (Hungarian) Samuel (English, French, NAMES_Bibl) Samie Samm Samy (French) The name sounds like: Simpson Similar names are: Simo...
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Sampson

The USS Sampson was an American Somers Class destroyer of 1850 tons displacement launched in 1938. The USS Sampson was powered by four Babcock and Wilcox high pressure oil-burning boilers providing a top speed of 37 knots. She carried a complement of 198 and was armed with eight 5 inch guns; eight 1 pdr guns; two machine-guns and twelve 21 inch tor...
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