Rankin

Thermometer scale on which unit of measurement equals the Fahrenheit degree.
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Rankin

[n] - leader in the women`s suffrage movement in Montana
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Rankin

Jeannette Rankin noun leader in the women`s suffrage movement in Montana; the first woman to serve in the United States House of Representatives (1880-1973)
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Rankin

[name] Rankin is a last name of Scottish and Irish origin. The name is derived from the medieval personal name Rankin which is a diminutive of Ronald or Rand, combined with the diminutive suffix kin. In the 18th century one Hebridean family bearing the surname—the Conduiligh Rankins—produced pipers to the Macleans of Coll, Duart and Mul...
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Rankin

The Rankin is an Australian Collins Class submarine of 2450 tons displacement surfaced. She is powered by three Hedemora VB 210 18-cylinder diesel engines and a 3.5 mega watt Jeumont-Schneider motor, giving a top speed of over 20 knots submerged and 10 knots on the surface. She is armed with a sub harpoon ship-to-ship missile system, and six 21 inc...
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Rankin

Type: Term Pronunciation: ran′kĭn Definitions: 1. Fred Wharton, U.S. surgeon, 1886-1954. See: Rankin clamp
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