Newport News

  • (noun): A port city in southeastern Virginia at the mouth of the James River off Hampton Roads; large shipyards.

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List Of Ship Launches In 1926
... Ltd Clydebank British Diplomat Tanker For British Tanker Co Ltd 3 April United States Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Co Newport News, Virginia Arcadia Motor yacht 12 April United States ... Otway Odin-class submarine For Royal Australian Navy 9 September United States Newport News Shipbuilding and Drydock Company Newport News, Virginia Algonquin Ocean liner For Clyde-Mallory Line 15 ...
Newport News, Virginia - Sister Cities
... Newport News has three sister cities Neyagawa, Osaka-fu, Japan Taizhou, Jiangsu, People's Republic of China Greifswald, Germany ...
Lewis Archer Mc Murran, Jr.
... He represented the City of Newport News, Virginia including representing Warwick County, Virginia before it was consolidated into the City of Newport News ... He was born in Newport News, Virginia on April 11, 1914 ... his work in the Virginia General Assembly, he was instrumental in the founding of Christopher Newport University in 1960 as a two-year branch of the College of ...
Lake Maury
... Museum located in the independent city of Newport News in the Hampton Roads region of southeastern Virginia ... to Warwick County, Virginia, and who founded the City of Newport News, its coal export facilities, and Newport News Shipbuilding in the late 19th century ...
SS Czar - World War I
... the outbreak of World War I in August 1914, Czar switched to service from Archangel to New York, but ran only sporadically through 1916 ... April 1918, when she departed from Hoboken, New Jersey, with U.S ... Czar loaded troops at Newport News, Virginia, and set out on her second U.S ...

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    The newspapers, especially those in the East, are amazingly superficial and ... a large number of news gatherers are either cynics at heart or are following the orders and the policies of the owners of their papers.
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