Savannah

A tract of comparatively level grassland with low vegetation and dotted with trees. Open country.

Savannah

The USS Savannah was an American Brooklyn Class light cruiser of 9475 tons displacement launched in 1937 in response to the Japanese Mogami Class vessels. The USS Savannah was powered by eight Babcock and Wilcox Express type oil-burning boilers providing a top speed of 32.5 knots and a range of 23200 km at 15 knots. She carried a complement of 868;...
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Savannah

[given name] Savannah is a feminine given name, taken from either the name of the city of Savannah, Georgia or savanna, meaning a large, grassy plain, a word derived from the TaĆ­no word zabana. The name was the 30th most popular name for baby girls born in the United States in 2007. It was also among the top hundred names for girls in Cana...
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Savannah

Grassy Plains, a city in Georgia.
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Savannah

[n] - a river in South Carolina that flows southeast to the Atlantic 2. [n] - a port in eastern Georgia near the mouth of the Savannah river
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Savannah

The tropical grassland biome.
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Savannah

Savannah River noun a river in South Carolina that flows southeast to the Atlantic
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Savannah

(from the article `Savannah`) The second Savannah, launched at Camden, N.J., in 1959, was the world`s first nuclear-powered cargo ship, built experimentally by the U.S. government ...
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Savannah

either of two historic U.S. ships, each representing a landmark in navigation. In 1819 the first Savannah, named for its home port in Georgia ... [1 related articles]
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Savannah

Savannah, city (1990 pop. 137,560), seat of Chatham co., SE Ga., a port of entry on the Savannah River near its mouth; inc. 1789. A rail, fishing, and industrial center, it is a leading southern port for the import and export of a wide variety of manufactured goods. Shipping is a major industry, but...
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Savannah

Savannah, river, 314 mi (505 km) long, formed by the confluence of the Tugaloo and Seneca rivers and flowing SE to the Atlantic Ocean; with the Tugaloo it forms the entire S.C.–Ga. boundary. Savannah, Ga., the largest port on the river, is the head of navigation for oceangoing ships. Clark Hil...
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Savannah

A savannah is an extensive tropical grassland.
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savannah

Extensive open tropical grasslands, with scattered trees and shrubs. Savannahs cover large areas of Africa, North and South America, and northern Australia. The soil is acidic and sandy and generally considered suitable only as pasture for low-density grazing. A new strain of rice suitable for savannah conditions was developed in 1992. It not o...
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Savannah

A large, flat plain with a lot of grass and scattered groups of trees, such as in East Central Africa.
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Savannah

[Amtrak station] ==History== The station was constructed in 1962 by the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, with funds channeled through the Georgia Ports Authority, to the City of Savannah, as part of the re-development requiring the removal of Savannah Union Station, to facilitate construction of Interstate 16 into the downtown area. The agreem...
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savannah

Open tropical grassland with few trees.
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Savannah

Grassland with scattered trees or shrubs; often a transitional type between true grassland and forestland, and accompanied by a climate with alternating wet and dry seasons.
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Savannah

Savannah is a Spanish name for girls. The meaning is `the savanna` The name Savannah is most commonly given to American girls. The name sounds like: Savina, Savine, Syvonne, Xavienna See also: Mesa, Sierra
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Savannah

[Georgia] The Savannah Fire and Emergency Services Department (SFES), provides fire protection to the city of Savannah, Georgia, United States. The professional fire department is active 24/7 and 365 days a year, and has about 325 paid employees. ==History== Fire protection in Savannah was first organized in the British-administered Provinc...
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Savannah

It is a grassland with scattered trees.
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