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... USS Georgia (BB-15) was a United States Navy Virginia-class battleship ... Georgia was launched by the Bath Iron Works of Bath, Maine on 11 October 1904, sponsored by Miss Stella Tate, sister of Georgia Congressman Farish Carter Tate and commissioned at Boston ...
... Tamar's grandfather to her grandchildren Demetrius I King of Georgia, 1125–1154 David V King of Georgia, 1154–1155 George III King of Georgia, 1155–1184 Burdukhan of Alania Rusudan Demna Tamar Queen of Georgia ... David Soslan George IV King of Georgia, 1213–1223 Rusudan Queen of Georgia, 1223–1245 Mughis ud-din Turkan Shah of Erzincan David VII King of Georgia, 1247–1270 ...
More definitions of "Georgia":
- (noun): A republic in Asia Minor on the Black Sea separated from Russia by the Caucasus mountains; formerly an Asian soviet but became independent in 1991.
- (noun): One of the British colonies that formed the United States.
Famous quotes containing the word georgia:
“Being a Georgia author is a rather specious dignity, on the same order as, for the pig, being a Talmadge ham.”
—Flannery OConnor (19251964)
“Georgia, Georgia, no peace I find, just an old sweet song keeps Georgia on my mind.”
—Stuart Gorrell (d. 1963)
“I am perhaps being a bit facetious but if some of my good Baptist brethren in Georgia had done a little preaching from the pulpit against the K.K.K. in the 20s, I would have a little more genuine American respect for their Christianity!”
—Franklin D. Roosevelt (18821945)