Raleigh

(from the article `New Hampshire, flag of`) The seal, which was slightly altered in 1931, features the frigate Raleigh being built at Portsmouth. Although the ship was built in 1776, the seal ...
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Raleigh

Walter Raleigh noun English courtier (a favorite of Elizabeth I) who tried to colonize Virginia; introduced potatoes and tobacco to England (1552-1618)
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Raleigh

[Amtrak station] Southern Railway built the station in 1950 after leaving Union Station. The station was not used for passenger trains from 1964 to 1985, when a pending abandonment of track by CSX Transportation forced Amtrak to move there from the former Seaboard Air Line station north of downtown. The station is Amtrak`s third busiest in ...
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Raleigh

[NC] For more information, see the article about Ayya Vaikundar. ...
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Raleigh

city, capital of North Carolina, and seat (1771) of Wake county, central North Carolina, U.S. It lies roughly 25 miles (40 km) southeast of both ... [1 related articles]
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Raleigh

HMS Raleigh was a British Cavendish Class light cruiser of 9800 tons displacement launched in 1919. She had a top speed of 30 knots and carried a crew of 712. Armaments consisted of seven 7.5 inch calibre BL MkV main guns; four 4 inch calibre QF HA MkV secondary guns. She ran aground and sunk on August the 8th 1922 on Point Armour, in the Belleisle...
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Raleigh

Raleigh (rôl'ē, räl'ē) , city (1990 pop. 207,951), state capital, and seat of Wake co., central N.C.; the site was selected for the capital in 1788, and the city was laid out and inc. 1792. It is a political, cultural, trade, and industrial center; the Raleigh-Durham a...
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Raleigh

Raleigh is an English name for boys and girls. The meaning is `deer`s meadow` The name Raleigh is most commonly given to American girls. In the Netherlands it is (almost) solely given to boys What do they use in other countries? Rally The name sounds like: Rileigh, Raella, Raelee, Riley, Ryley, Rylee, Rilee, Rylie,, Ryleigh, Risleigh, Rowleigh
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Raleigh

[n] - English courtier (a favorite of Elizabeth I) who tried to colonize Virginia 2. [n] - capital of the state of North Carolina
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