Challenger

Canadair Aircraft, Piper PA-28 light aircraft variant, Series of main battle tanks [UK], Tank Destroyer based on Cromwell [UK]
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Challenger

Chal'len·ger noun One who challenges.
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Challenger

• (n.) One who challenges.
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Challenger

(from the article `McAuliffe, Christa Corrigan`) American teacher who was chosen to be the first private citizen in space. The death of McAuliffe and her fellow crew members in the 1986 space ... Musgrave`s first space mission was on STS-6, the maiden flight of the Challenger space shuttle, in April 1983. He then served as flight engin...
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Challenger

(from the article `tank`) ...the U.S. M1 tank developed in the 1970s, but the subsequent M1A1 version of the 1980s was rearmed with a 120-millimetre gun originally developed ...
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Challenger

[1853 clipper] The Challenger was an extreme clipper ship built in East Boston in 1853. She sailed in the San Francisco trade, and later in the guano trade in Peru. ==Voyages== Between 1854-1863, Challenger made two voyages from Boston to San Francisco, in 112 and 134 days, and five voyages from New York to San Francisco, in 115 to 133 days...
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Challenger

[game show] Challenger was an Australian children`s game show that aired on the Nine Network in 1997 and 1998. The first host was Diarmid Heidenreich famous for playing Dougie the pizza delivery guy in the Pizza Hut commercials in the mid-1990s. After he left the show in early 1998 he was replaced by hosts Adrian DeVito and Zoe Sheridan. Ad...
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Challenger

HMS Challenger was a British second-class cruiser of 5,800 tons built at Chatham in 1903.
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Challenger

1. Space Shuttle Orbiter that first flew on Apr. 4, 1983 (STS-6). 2. Nickname of the Apollo 17 Lunar Module. 3. United States Navy research vessel that made a prolonged study of the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans between 1872 and 1876, and after which the two spacecraft were named. Among the mileston...
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Challenger

Challenger, U.S. space shuttle. It exploded (Jan. 28, 1986) 73 seconds into its tenth flight, killing all seven crew members, including the first civilian in space, schoolteacher Christa McAuliffe. The disaster was caused by the faulty design of a gasket (the O-ring seal). As dramatically demonstrat...
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Challenger

[clipper] Challenger was a wooden clipper ship built in 1852 by Richard & Henry Green, Blackwall Yard for Hugh Hamilton Lindsay, London. From `The Copartnership Herald`, Vol. I, no. 8 (October 1931) Between 14 June and 20 October 1863 The Challenger sailed from Hankow to London in 128 days with a cargo of tea at £7 10s to £8 per ton. She ...
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Challenger

[train] The Challengers were named passenger trains on the Union Pacific Railroad and the Chicago and North Western Railway (which was replaced in 1955 by the Milwaukee Road). The economy service ran between Chicago, Illinois and the West Coast of the United States. The trains had full Pullman service and coach seating and were an attempt t...
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Challenger

[video game] ==History== The game was originally planned as a port of the ZX Spectrum video game Stop the Express (later released for the Commodore 64 and MSX), which was released by Sinclair Research Ltd in 1983. Stop the Express only contained the first train level, and 3 levels were added for the release of Challenger. The game`s title s...
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Challenger

A tournament/tour which is one level below the atp tour. Players compete on the challenger tour in a
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Challenger

[2013 game show] Challenger is a Pakistani reality-based adventure game show, first aired 19 December 2013 on Hum Sitaray. The show offers 16 candidates the chance to be stranded in a remote locale, with limited resources, in the hopes that one person will outlast the others and secure the show`s one-million-dollar prize. Each week, the con...
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Challenger

[Long Beach fireboat] The Challenger is a fireboat built for the Long Beach California Fire Department. She and her sister ship the Liberty were commissioned in 1987. They replaced two older vessels. Within a year both vessels developed serious corrosion problems, due to poor choice of alloys, and the joints between different metals. The Lo...
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Challenger

A tournament/tour which is one level below the ATP tour. Players compete on the Challenger tour in an effort to gain ranking points which allow them to gain entry to tournaments on the ATP tour.
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Challenger

Tournament/tour which is one level below the top-tier world tour, presently the ATP World Tour. Currently, Challenger tournaments comprise the ATP Challenger Tour. Players, generally ranked between world no. 80 or so and world no. 300 or so, compete on the Challenger tour in an effort to gain ranking points which allow them to gain entry to tournam...
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Challenger

A boxer who is scheduled to face a champion or the favored fighter.
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