Victory

Victory (from Latin victoria) is a term, originally applied to warfare, given to success achieved in personal combat, after military operations in general or, by extension, in any competition. Success in a military campaign is considered a strategic victory, while the success in a military engagement is a tactical victory. ...
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Victory

(from the article `Conrad, Joseph`) ...John Quinn began to buy his manuscripts—for what now seem ludicrously low prices. His novel Chance was successfully serialized in the New York ...
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Victory

(from the article `Michelangelo`) ...are the Apollo or David (its identity is problematic), used as a gift to a newly powerful political figure, and the Victory, a figure trampling on ...
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victory

[n] - a successful ending of a struggle or contest
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Victory

• (n.) The defeat of an enemy in battle, or of an antagonist in any contest; a gaining of the superiority in any struggle or competition; conquest; triumph; -- the opposite of defeat.
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victory

triumph noun a successful ending of a struggle or contest; `a narrow victory`; `the general always gets credit for his army`s victory`; `clinched a victory`; `convincing victory`; `the agreement was a triumph for common sense`
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Victory

[Pennsylvania State University fight song] `Victory` is an old fight song of the Pennsylvania State University. It is most often sung by the Penn State Glee Club and performed by the Penn State Blue Band. While a Penn State student and Glee Club member in 1913, James Leyden began singing a song he had just created at the athletic Track Hous...
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Victory

[pinball] Victory is a 1987 solid state pinball machine by Premier and licensed under Gottlieb. It was the first pinball machine to use a completely screened photo-realistic Vitrigraph. Other games had the silk screen on the wood. The table sold 3,100 units. The game was designed by John Trudeau, the artwork was by Constanitino Mitchell and...
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Victory

[ship] Victory was built by Fenwick & Co, Sunderland in 1847 and owned by Willis, Gunn and Co (the company advertised as H H Willis and Co) and later owned by Wilson and Cook. She was 578 or 579 ton barque that brought some of the first immigrants from England to Dunedin in July 1848. She also called at Wellington, New Zealand in August 184...
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Victory

[University of Dayton Fight Song] ===Crew of STS-131=== ...
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Victory

[University of Dayton fight song] Victory is the copyrighted name for the fight song of the athletic teams of the University of Dayton. The song was written in 1922, with music by 1924 alumnus Anthony McCarthy, and lyrics by McCarthy and 1922 alumnus D. Herbert Abel. The lyrics described are those listed by the university`s Athletics Depart...
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Victory

[yacht] Victory is a Fincantieri super yacht designed Espen Oeino and Alberto Pinto. At 140m long it will be at number nine in the top 10 largest yachts in the world. It is reported to have seven decks, six pools and accommodate a 14m tender in a flood able garage. www.boatinternational.com ...
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Victory

Vic'to┬Ěry noun ; plural Victories . [ Middle English victorie , Old French victorie , victoire , French victoire , Latin victoria . See Victor .] The defeat of an enemy in battle, or of an antagonist in any contest; a gaining of the superiorit...
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victory

a successful ending of a struggle or contest
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Victory

British battleship, the flagship of Admiral Nelson at Trafalgar. Weighing 2,198 tonnes/2,164 tons, it was launched in 1765; it is now in dry dock in Portsmouth harbour, England. ...
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Victory

flagship of the victorious British fleet commanded by Admiral Horatio Nelson in the Battle of Trafalgar on Oct. 21, 1805. The ship is preserved ... [3 related articles]
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Victory

HMS Victory was a British first rate ship-of-the-line of 2164 tons displacement launched in 1765 and in service with the British navy at sea until 1815. It was Nelson's flagship at the Battle of Trafalgar and in 1906 was the flagship at Portsmouth. The Victory had three masts, square-rigged, was armed with 100 guns and carried a crew of 850. At the...
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victory

victory 1. A successful ending of a struggle or contest. 2. Success in a contest against an enemy, opponent, a particular contest, or battle that is won. 3. Success in overcoming a difficult situation or an obstacle. 4. A condition in which someone has triumphed.
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Victory

Victory is a Latin name for boys and girls. The meaning is `victorious, conquerer` The name Victory is most commonly given to English and Welsh girls. (2 times more often than to American girls.) In Italia it is (almost) solely given to girls What do they use in other countries? Wiktor (Polish) The name sounds like: Victorie, Victoire Similar names...
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Victory

Victory is an American variety of apple developed in California during the early 1940's.
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