phoenix

  1. the state capital and largest city of Arizona
  2. a large monocotyledonous genus of pinnate-leaved palms found in Asia and Africa
  3. a constellation in the southern hemisphere near Tucana and Sculptor

Phoenix

[East Indiaman] Six ships with the name Phoenix served the Honourable East India Company as an East Indiaman between 1680 and 1825: ==Citations== ...
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Phoenix

[1785] Phoenix was an East Indiaman, launched in 1785. She made six voyages for the Honourable East India Company (HEIC). On her sixth voyage, while under the command of Captain William Moffat, she captured a French 14-gun privateer. Her last voyage ended in 1802 and her subsequent fate is unknown. ==Voyages== Captain James Rattray commande...
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Phoenix

[bicycles] Phoenix Company. Ltd., better known as Phoenix Bicycles and Shanghai Phoenix Bicycles, originated as the Shanghai Third Bicycle Factory created in May, 1958. The establishment of the Third Factory marks the date that the enterprise became joint state-private owned from solely privately owned, then transferred into publicly owned ...
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Phoenix

HMS Phoenix was a British Parthian Class submarine of 1475 tons displacement launched in 1929 that saw action during the Second World War before being lost in August 1940. HMS Phoenix was armed with one 4-inch gun; two machine-guns and eight 21-inch torpedo tubes. She had a top speed of 17.5 knots surfaced, 9 knots submerged and carried a complemen...
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Phoenix

[Chinese astronomy] The modern constellation Phoenix lies across one of the quadrants symbolized by the White Tiger of the West (西方白虎, Xī Fāng Bái Hǔ), and The Southern Asterisms (近南極星區, Jìnnánjíxīngōu), that divide the sky in traditional Chinese uranography. According to the quadrant, constellation Phoenix in Chi...
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Phoenix

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Phoenix

[fireboat] Phoenix is a fireboat owned by State of California and operated by the city of San Francisco in the San Francisco Bay since 1955. Phoenix is known for helping to save Marina District buildings from further destruction by fire following the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake. Her worthy assistance resulted in a second vintage fireboat ob...
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Phoenix

[ATC] PHOENIX is a multipurpose Radar Data Processing System(RDPS) / Surveillance Data Processing System (SDPS) - a.k.a. tracker - used for many ATC applications in the Deutsche Flugsicherung (DFS), and is continuously extended and maintained ever since. PHOENIX is also foreseen as a fundamental component for all future ATM systems in the D...
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Phoenix

[1798] Phoenix was a 589 burthen ton merchant ship, built on the Thames in 1798. As an extra ship (i.e., and short-term charter), for the British East India Company, she made one voyage to Madras and Bengal between 1798 and 1800. She was damaged on the Sow and Pigs Reef inside Port Jackson Heads, New South Wales, Australia in 1824. She was ...
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Phoenix

(Date Palm) These are Palms that are grown for their ornamental foliage. They grow wild in several different parts of the world such as northern Africa, India, China, and the Canary Islands. The Date Palm, P. dactylifera, forms sturdy trunks that are covered with the stumps of dead leaves. They can grow 5-100 feet tall. The feathery leaves, which c...
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Phoenix

[n] - a large monocotyledonous genus of pinnate-leaved palms found in Asia and Africa 2. [n] - a legendary Arabian bird said to periodically burn itself to death and emerge from the ashes as a new phoenix 3. [n] - a constellation in the southern hemisphere near Tucana and Sculptor 4. [n] - the state capital and largest city of Ar...
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Phoenix

In Greek legend, the son of Amyntor and Cleobule. He quarrelled with his father, having seduced his father's mistress, and fled to Phthia, where he became tutor to Achilles. ...
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In Egyptian and Oriental mythology, a sacred bird born from the sun. The Egyptians believed it was also connected with the soul and the obelisk. In China the phoenix signified good and its...
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phoenix

genus Phoenix noun a large monocotyledonous genus of pinnate-leaved palms found in Asia and Africa
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Phoenix

• (n.) A genus of palms including the date tree. • (n.) Same as Phenix.
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phoenix

(from the article `drachma`) When Greece finally achieved its independence from the Ottoman Empire in 1828, the phoenix was introduced as the monetary unit; its use was ...
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(from the article `Stevens, John`) ...the American inventor Robert Fulton successfully launched his own paddle wheeler, the Clermont, in 1807 before Stevens could finish, he persisted ... ...progress was quite rapid. Fulton`s steamboats firmly established Livingston`s monopoly on the Hudson and adjacent rivers and sounds. Another ... ...
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(from the article `palm`) ...Elaeis (oil palm) and Raphia (raffia palm, or jupati) in Africa and America, and Borassus (palmyra palm), Calamus (rattan palm), Hyphaene (doum ... ...earliest recognizable modern families of flowering plants. By the beginning of the Eocene Epoch, nearly 60 million years ago, palms were ... [2 related art...
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(from the article `Mulberry`) ...at great pierheads, called Spuds, that were jacked up and down on legs which rested on the seafloor. These structures were to be sheltered from ...
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Phoenix

in Greek mythology, son of Amyntor, king of Thessalian Hellas. To please his mother, he seduced his father`s concubine. After a violent quarrel ...
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Phoenix

city, seat (1871) of Maricopa county and capital of Arizona, U.S. It lies along the Salt River in the south-central part of the state, about 120 ... [1 related articles]
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phoenix

in ancient Egypt and in classical antiquity, a fabulous bird associated with the worship of the sun. The Egyptian phoenix was said to be as large as ... [1 related articles]
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Phoenix

Phoenix is an English name for boys and girls. The meaning is `dark red` The name Phoenix is most commonly given to American boys. Use for the other sex: Phoenix,, Phoenix What do they use in other countries? Phenix Fenix
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Phoenix

[Transformers] Phoenix is the name of several fictional characters in the Transformers series. He was one of the stars of the anime series Transformers: Masterforce where he was voiced by Masato Hirano. He shouldn`t be confused with American Transformers character Cloudburst, who looks nearly identical to Phoenix. ==Transformers: Generation...
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