Columbia

[BioShock] Columbia is a fictional city in the BioShock series, published by 2K Games. It is a floating city that is the main setting for the game BioShock Infinite. The game`s back-story describes that, unlike the secret development of the underwater city of Rapture, Columbia was proudly boasted by the American government when launched in ...
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[magazine] Columbia: A Journal of Literature and Art is an American annual literary journal founded in 1977. It is entirely edited, designed, and produced by students. The magazine is based at Columbia University in New York City. It publishes new fiction, essays, and poetry each year. The editor-in-chief is Katrine Øgaard Jensen. == See a...
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Columbia

[n] - a North American river 2. [n] - a town in west central Tennessee 3. [n] - capital and largest city in South Carolina 4. [n] - a university town in central Missouri
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An uptempo song and dance member of the rumba complex, it is a virtuoso acrobatic form performed solo with props called tratados. Columbia is named after a railroad weighing station in Matanzas province.
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Co·lum'bi·a noun America; the United States; -- a poetical appellation given in honor of Columbus , the discoverer. Dr. T. Dwight.
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Columbia River noun a North American river; rises in southwestern Canada and flows southward across Washington to form the border between Washington and Oregon before emptying into the Pacific; known for its salmon runs in the spring
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Columbia

• (n.) America; the United States; -- a poetical appellation given in honor of Columbus, the discoverer.
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Columbia

(from the article `Physical Sciences`) In July the U.S. space shuttle program resumed flight with launch of the orbiter Discovery. It was the first space shuttle flight since the loss of ... Efforts by NASA to resume space shuttle flights continued slowly, and the date for the next mission slipped to mid-2005. The immediate cause of the...
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(from the article `lamp`) The first commercial installation of Edison`s lamp was made in May 1880 on the steamship Columbia. In 1881 a New York City factory was lighted with ...
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Columbia

county, east-central Pennsylvania, U.S. It consists of a mountainous region mostly in the Appalachian Ridge and Valley physiographic province and ...
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Columbia

planned community in Howard county, central Maryland, U.S. It lies southwest of Baltimore and northeast of Washington, D.C. The community, whose ... [1 related articles]
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Columbia

city, seat (1819) of Marion county, southern Mississippi, U.S. It lies on a bluff along the Pearl River, about 80 miles (130 km) south-southeast of ...
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city, seat of Boone county, near the Missouri River, central Missouri, U.S., midway between St. Louis and Kansas City. It was originally established ...
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Columbia

borough (town), Lancaster county, southeastern Pennsylvania, U.S. It lies along the Susquehanna River, 12 miles (19 km) west of Lancaster. The site ...
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Columbia

city, capital of South Carolina, U.S., and seat (1799) of Richland county. It lies in the centre of the state on the east bank of the Congaree River ... [1 related articles]
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city, seat (1807) of Maury county, central Tennessee, U.S. It lies along the Duck River, 43 miles (69 km) southwest of Nashville. Founded as the seat ...
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county, southeastern New York state, U.S., bordered by Massachusetts to the east and the Hudson River to the west. The land rises from the Hudson ...
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[sidewheeler 1850] The Columbia was a steamboat built at Astoria, Oregon in 1850. Columbia was the first steamboat built in the Oregon Territory, and the first to establish regular service on the lower Columbia and Willamette rivers. This vessel should not be confused with the many other craft with the same or a similar name, including in p...
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[barque] The Columbia was a 310 ton, 6 gun barque in the service of the Columbia District of the Hudson`s Bay Company on the Columbia River and elsewhere in the Pacific Northwest in the 1830s and 1840s. The vessel`s complement of crew was 24 men. On her maiden voyage, in 1835, she served as escort to the Beaver. Her voyages included the coa...
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[Arrow Lakes sternwheeler] Columbia was a sternwheel steamboat that ran on the Arrow Lakes in British Columbia from 1890 to 1894. Columbia should be distinguished from the many other vessels with the same or similar names, including in particular the propeller-driven steamboat Columbia that ran on the Arrow Lakes for many years. ==The Arrow...
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[1899 yacht] Columbia was an American racing yacht built in 1899 for the America`s Cup races. She was the defender of the tenth America`s Cup race that same year against British challenger Shamrock as well as the defender of the eleventh America`s Cup race in 1901 against British challenger, Shamrock II. She was the first vessel to win the ...
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The Columbia was a Canadian Annapolis Class destroyer of 1060 tons displacement launched in 1919 as the USS Haraden and transferred to the Royal Canadian Navy from the USA in 1940. The Columbia was powered by four Yarrow oil fuelled boilers providing a top speed of 35 knots. She was armed with four 4-inch guns; two anti-aircraft machine-guns and tw...
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• Space Shuttle Orbiter involved in the first orbital Shuttle mission (STS-1) on April 12, 1981. Milestones of the Orbiter Columbia, aside from the first launch and test mission of a Shuttle (STS-1), include the first Department of Defense payload carried aboard a Shuttle (STS-4), the first ope...
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Columbia, river, c.1,210 mi (1,950 km) long, rising in Columbia Lake, SE British Columbia, Canada. It flows first NW in the Rocky Mt. Trench, then hooks sharply about the Selkirk Mts. to flow S through Upper Arrow Lake and Lower Arrow Lake and receive the Kootenai River (spelled Kootenay in Canada) ...
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Columbia

Columbia, U.S. space shuttle. On its 28th flight, on Feb. 1, 2003, after completing a 16-day scientific mission, the spacecraft disintegrated during reentry, killing its seven-person crew. About 16 minutes before its expected landing at the Kennedy Space Center, when Columbia was about 203,000 ft (6...
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