Albany

[n] - state capital of New York 2. [n] - a town in southwest Georgia
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Albany

(New York State) Capital of New York State, in Albany County situated on the west bank of the Hudson River, about 225 km/140 mi north of New York City; population (2000 est) 95,700. Albany is an important deep-water port and state administrative centre; its chief industries inc...
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Albany

[1903 Automobile] The Albany was a British car made in London from 1903 to 1905. Albany Manufacturing Co. Ltd made both petrol and steam cars, the steamers designed by Frederick Lamplough, who had originally built a shaft-driven steamer in 1896. Better known as the Lamplough-Albany, it sported two engines coupled by cranks at right angles a...
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Albany

[automobile] The Albany was an English automobile, manufactured by the Albany Motor Carriage Company in Christchurch, Dorset from 1971 - 1997. ==History== The company was run by two brothers, Bryan and David Shepherd. The car was designed as a veteran car, in the Edwardian style, but is not a replica of any particular marque although with s...
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Albany

[Liverpool] The Albany Building is in Old Hall Street, between Ormond Street and George Street, in Liverpool, Merseyside, England. Built originally as a meeting place for cotton brokers, it has since been converted into apartments. It is designated by English Heritage as a Grade II* listed building. ==History== The Albany was erected in 185...
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Albany

[London] ==Building== The Albany was built in 1770–74 by Sir William Chambers for Viscount Melbourne as Melbourne House. It is a three-storey mansion seven bays (windows) wide, with a pair of service wings flanking a front courtyard. In 1791, Prince Frederick, Duke of York and Albany abandoned Dover House, Whitehall (now a government offi...
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Albany

Albany (ăl'bunē) , town (1996 pop. 14,590), Western Australia, SW Australia. It is a port on Princess Royal Harbour of King George Sound. The town has woolen mills and fish canneries. Founded in 1826 as a penal colony, Albany is the oldest settlement in the state of Western Australia...
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Albany

Albany (ôl'bunē) , river, 610 mi (982 km) long, rising in Lake St. Joseph, W Ont., Canada, and flowing generally E into James Bay, near Fort Albany. The Kenogami and Ogoki rivers are its chief tributaries. The river, named for the duke of York and Albany, later James II, was long an ...
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Albany

Albany (1, 3, 4 ôl'bunē; 2 ôl'ben"ē, ălbā'nē) . 1. Residential city (1990 pop. 16,327), Alameda co., W Calif., on the eastern shore of San Francisco Bay; inc. 1908. The city has varied manufacturing; Tilden Regional Park is nearby.2. City (19...
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Albany

Albany, ancient and literary name of Scotland, N of the Firth of Forth and Firth of Clyde. Variants are Alban and Albin.
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Albany

city, capital (1797) of the state of New York, U.S., and seat (1683) of Albany county. It lies along the Hudson River, 143 miles (230 km) north of ... [1 related articles]
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Albany

city, seat (1851) of Linn county, western Oregon, U.S., in the Willamette Valley, at the juncture of the Willamette and Calapooia rivers, 26 miles ...
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Albany

city, seat (1853) of Dougherty county, southwestern Georgia, U.S. It lies along the Flint River at the head of navigation, about 90 miles (145 km) ...
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Albany

county, east-central New York state, U.S., bordered by the Mohawk River to the northeast and the Hudson River to the east. The terrain rises from the ...
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Albany

southernmost town and seaport of Western Australia. It lies on the northern shore of Princess Royal Harbour, King George Sound. The naturally broad, ... [1 related articles]
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Albany

Synonym (also Albany Surprise) for the grape variety Isabella; look there.
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Albany

The USS Albany was an American Oregon City Class heavy cruiser of 13700 tons displacement launched in 1945. The USS Albany was powered by Babcock and Wilcox oil-fired boilers providing a top speed of 33 knots and carried a complement of 1715 and four aircraft. She was armed with nine 8 inch guns; twelve 5 inch guns; forty-eight 40 mm anti-aircraft ...
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