Penguin

HMAS Penguin (formerly HMAS Platypus) was an Australian unarmed destroyer depot ship and fleet repair ship of 3455 tons displacement launched in 1916. HMAS Penguin carried a complement of 357 and had a top speed of 15.5 knots.
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penguin

[n] - short-legged flightless birds of cold southern especially Antarctic regions having webbed feet and wings modified as flippers
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Penguin

Variant of the Canadian Armoured Snowmobile, 1944 [CA]
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Penguin

Pen'guin noun [ Perh. orig. the name of another bird, and from W. pen head + gwyn white; or perhaps from a native South American name.] 1. (Zoology) Any bird of the order Impennes, or Ptilopteri. They are covered with short, thick feathers, almost scalelike on the wings, whic...
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penguin

1. <zoology> Any bird of the order Impennes, or Ptilopteri. They are covered with short, thick feathers, almost scalelike on the wings, which are without true quills. They are unable to fly, but use their wings to aid in diving, in which they are very expert. See King penguin, under Jackass. ... Penguins are found in the south temperate and a...
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penguin

noun short-legged flightless birds of cold southern especially Antarctic regions having webbed feet and wings modified as flippers
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Penguin

• (n.) The egg-shaped fleshy fruit of a West Indian plant (Bromelia Pinguin) of the Pineapple family; also, the plant itself, which has rigid, pointed, and spiny-toothed leaves, and is used for hedges. • (n.) Any bird of the order Impennes, or Ptilopteri. They are covered with short, thick feathers, almost scalelike on the wings, which ar...
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Penguin

(from the article `rocket and missile system`) ...systems. The turbojet-powered British Sea Eagle weighed somewhat more than the Harpoon and employed active radar homing. The West German Kormoran ...
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penguin

any of 17 species of flightless marine birds that live only in the Southern Hemisphere. The majority of the 17 species do not live in Antarctica but ... [9 related articles]
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Penguin

[book] Penguin is a children`s picture book by Polly Dunbar, published in 2007. It won the Nestlé Children`s Book Prize Silver Award, the Red House Children`s Book Award for Younger Children and a Booktrust Early Years Award. It was also shortlisted for the Kate Greenaway Medal, and was selected by The Sunday Times as one of the best books...
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penguin

penguin, originally the common name for the now extinct great auk of the N Atlantic and now used (since the 19th cent.) for the unrelated, generally antarctic diving birds of the Southern Hemisphere. Penguins, which are related most closely to the albatrosses, are the most highly specialized of all ...
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Penguin

Penguin is British RAF slang for a member of ground-crew, someone who doesn't fly.
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Penguin

Penguins are any of the order Sphenisciformes of marine flightless birds, mostly black and white, found in the southern hemisphere. They range in size from 40 centimetres to 1.2 metres tall, and have thick feathers to protect them from the intense cold. They are awkward on land, but their wings have evolved into flippers, making them excellent swim...
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Penguin

The Penguin is a Norwegian helicopter launched anti-ship missile developed for use on SH-60 Sea-Hawk helicopters and NATO allies. Penguin has a range of 35 km and a flight speed of Mach 1.2. Penguin is armed with a 120.5 kilogram, semi armour-piercing warhead.
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penguin

Click images to enlargeMarine flightless bird, family Spheniscidae, order Sphenisciformes, mostly black and white, found in the southern hemisphere. They comprise 18 species in six genera. Males are usually larger than the females. Penguins range in size from 40 cm/1.6 ft to 1.2 m/4 ft tall, and have thick feather...
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Penguin

[Naval Acronyms and Slang] slang for ground officers with no operational experience (RAF)
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Penguin

[biscuit] Penguin biscuits are milk chocolate-covered biscuit bars filled with chocolate cream. They are produced by United Biscuits` manufacturing division McVitie`s. The Tim Tam produced by Arnott`s in Australia was based on the Penguin. Occasional media references include tongue-in-cheek debates over which is the superior biscuit. Whethe...
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Penguin

[solitaire] Penguin is a solitaire card game, invented by David Parlett, which uses a deck of 52 playing cards. The game play is similar to other solitaire card games as Freecell and Eight Off. ==Rules== After shuffling the cards, the cards are dealt from left to right into seven columns, each with seven rows. The first card dealt is called...
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Penguin

[missile] The Penguin anti-ship missile, designated AGM-119 by the U.S. military, is a Norwegian passive IR seeker-based short-to-medium range anti-ship guided missile, designed for naval use. ==Overview== Penguin was originally developed in a collaboration between the Norwegian Defence Research Establishment (NDRE; Norw. FFI) and Kongsberg...
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Penguin

Eudyptes Eudyptula Megadyptes Pygoscelis Spheniscus Although all penguin species are native to the Southern Hemisphere, they are not found only in cold climates, such as Antarctica. In fact, only a few species of penguin live so far south. Several species are found in the temperate zone, and one species, the Galápagos penguin, lives near the equa...
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