Saratoga

The USS Saratoga was an American aircraft carrier of 33000 tons displacement launched in 1925. The USS Saratoga carried a complement of 2122 including flying personnel and 81 aircraft, though provision was provided to carry 90 aircraft. She was powered by sixteen White-Forster boilers providing a top speed of 33 knots. She was armed with eight 8 in...
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Saratoga

Saratoga is a New Zealand modern farmhouse vegetarian fresh cheese made from goat's milk.
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Saratoga

[Boyce, Virginia] Saratoga, also known as the General Daniel Morgan House, is a home near Boyce, Virginia. It is a gray limestone Georgian style house built by Brig. Gen. Daniel Morgan, best known for his victory over the British at the Battle of Cowpens in 1781. He named it after the American victory at Battle of Saratoga. It was listed on...
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Saratoga

Sparkling Place, a city in NY, Battle of Revolution.
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Saratoga

[n] - a battle during the American Revolutionary War (1777)
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Saratoga

battle of Saratoga noun a battle during the American Revolution (1777); the British under Burgoyne were defeated
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Saratoga

(from the article `Howard, Bronson`) A newspaper writer in Detroit and New York, Howard had his first success with Saratoga, produced in 1870 by Augustin Daly at a time when dramas of ...
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Saratoga

county, eastern New York state, U.S., bounded by the Hudson River to the northeast and east and the Mohawk River to the southeast. Other waterways ...
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Saratoga

Saratoga, residential city (1990 pop. 28,061), Santa Clara co., W Calif., in a vineyard and orchard area, in the foothills of the Santa Cruz Mts.; inc. 1956. Wine is produced in the city; local attractions include tours of the champagne cellars. The Villa Montalvo estate (1912), home of Senator Jame...
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Saratoga

[musical] Saratoga is a musical with a book by Morton DaCosta, lyrics by Johnny Mercer, and music by Harold Arlen. Based on Edna Ferber`s sprawling novel Saratoga Trunk, it focuses on Clio Dulaine, an `illegitimate` Creole woman who seeks revenge on the New Orleans family who exiled her mother when she became impregnated by their son. Posin...
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Saratoga

[fish] The saratoga, Scleropages leichardti, also known as the spotted bonytongue, spotted saratoga, or southern saratoga, is a freshwater bony fish native to Australia. It belongs to the subfamily Osteoglossinae, or arowanas, a primitive group of teleosts. Like all arowanas, it is a carnivorous mouthbrooder. Along with the gulf saratoga (S...
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