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One (pronoun)
One is a pronoun in the English language. It is a gender-neutral, third-person singular pronoun, commonly used in English prose

One by One
-Special edition DVD:The album was also originally released with a limited edition bonus DVD which contained:*"All My Life" Video / 5.1 Audio / Stereo Audio versions*"Walking a Line" Video / 5.1 Audio / Stereo Audio versions

One by One (film)
One by One is a traditionally animated short film directed by Pixote Hunt and released by Walt Disney Pictures on August 31, 2004, as an extra feature on the DVD release of The Lion King 2: Simba's Pride Special Edition

One Day
-Albums:* One Day , or the title song* One Day , or the title song* One Day, an album by Maximilian Hecker-Songs:* "One Day" * "One Day" * "One Day"

One Day Son, This Will All Be Yours
One Day Son, This Will All Be Yours is the second studio album by British alternative rock band Fightstar, released on September 24, 2007 through Institute Recordings, itself a subsidiary of independent label Gut Records

One Hot Minute
One Hot Minute is the sixth studio album by American rock band Red Hot Chili Peppers, released on September 12, 1995, on Warner Bros. Records

One L
One L: The Turbulent True Story of a First Year at Harvard Law School is an autobiographical narrative by Scott Turow.-Summary:One L tells author Turow's experience as a first-year Harvard Law School student.-Reception:

One Night Stand (2007)
One Night Stand was the third annual One Night Stand professional wrestling pay-per-view event produced by World Wrestling Entertainment . It took place on June 3, 2007 at the Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena in Jacksonville, Florida and featured talent from the Raw, SmackDown!, and ECW brands

One Night Stand (2008)
One Night Stand was a professional wrestling pay-per-view event produced by World Wrestling Entertainment that took place on June 1, 2008 at the San Diego Sports Arena in San Diego, California. It was the fourth and final event promoted under the One Night Stand name

One Night Stand (musical)
One Night Stand is a musical with a book and lyrics by Herb Gardner and music by Jule Styne. Its plot centers on a songwriter who feels he's past his prime.

One Night Stand (song)
"One Night Stand" is a song by English R&B group Mis-Teeq, taken from their debut album, Lickin' on Both Sides. The single was released as the third single in the UK. The single was later released in the US off Mis-Teeq's selftitled US debut album. It was released as the second single following their big hit "Scandalous"

One of a Kind (disambiguation)
One of a Kind may refer to:In music:* One of a Kind , an album by Bruford* One of a Kind, an album by Della Reese* One of a Kind, an album by Pandora* "One of a Kind" , a song by Bratz

One of a Kind (Love Affair)
"One of a Kind " is a song recorded by the American R&B vocal group The Spinners . The song was

One Step at a Time (song)
"One Step at a Time" is the third single from American Pop/R&B singer Jordin Sparks, from her eponymous debut album. Written by Robbie Nevil, Lauren Evans, Jonas Jeberg and Mich Hansen the song was released in the U.S. on June 10, 2008

One Track Mind
One Track Mind is the second album by rapper, Egyptian Lover. The album was released on 1986 for Egyptian Empire Records and was produced by Egyptian Lover himself

One-drop rule
The one-drop rule is a historical colloquial term in the United States for the social classification as black of individuals with any African ancestry; meaning any person with "one drop of black blood" was considered black

One-liner
One-liner may refer to:*one-liner joke*one-liner program, textual input to the command-line of an operating system shell that performs some function in just one line of input

One-minute warning
The One Minute Warning or The One Minute Timing Rule is a rule in the Arena Football League that dictates the flow of the game in the final minute of a half.- Procedure :

One-night stand
Originally, a one-night stand was a single theatre performance, usually by a guest performer on tour, as opposed to an ongoing engagement. Today, however, the term is more commonly defined as a single sexual encounter, in which neither participant has any intention or expectation of a relationship to come out of it.A one-night stand can occur for different reasons, which varies from

One-sided
One-sided may refer to:* One-sided argument, variant of the logical fallacy known as special pleading* One-sided limit, either of the two limits of a function f of a real variable x as x approaches a specified point in calculus

One-to-one (communication)
One-to-one in communication is the act of an individual communicating with another. In Internet terms, this can be done by e-mail but the most typical one-to-one communication in the Internet is instant messaging as it does not consider many-to-many communication such as a chat room as an essential part of its scope One-to-one in communication is the act of an individual communicating with another. In Internet terms, this can be done by e-mail but the most typical one-to-one communication in the Internet is instant messaging as it does not consider many-to-many communication such as a chat room as an essential part of its scope One-to-one in communication is the act of an individual communicating with another. In Internet terms, this can be done by e-mail but the most typical one-to-one communication in the Internet is instant messaging as it does not consider many-to-many communication such as a chat room as an essential part of its scope (however, this may be disputed as instant messaging includes announcing

One-to-one (disambiguation)
One-to-one or one to one may refer to:*One-to-one function or injective function*One-to-one correspondence or bijective function*One-to-one , the act of an individual communicating with another

One-upmanship
One-upmanship is the art or practice of successively outdoing a competitor.The term originated as the title of a book by Stephen Potter, published in 1952 as a follow-up to The Theory and Practice of Gamesmanship and Lifemanship titles in his series of tongue-in-cheek self-help books, and film and television

One-way
One-way or one way may refer to:*One-way traffic, a street either facilitating only one-way traffic, or designed to direct vehicles to move in one direction

Oneiric (film theory)
In a film theory context, the term oneiric refers to the depiction of dream-like states in films, or to the use of the metaphor of a dream or the dream-state to analyze a film. The connection between dreams and films has been long established; "The dream factory" “...has become a household expression for the film industry”

Oneness
Oneness may refer to:* Divine simplicity, the belief that God is without parts* Oneness , a 1979 rock album* Oneness , a mathematical concept* Oneness , a concept in philosophy

Ones
Disc 2 Music video DVD#No Quiero Saber#La Carcacha#Buenos Amigos [Duet With Álvaro Torres]#La Llamada#Amor Prohibido#No Me Queda Más#Bidi Bidi Bom Bom#Techno Cumbia#Dónde Quiera Que Estés [Duet With Barrio Boyzz]#Tú, Sólo Tú#Siempre Hace Frío

Ongar (hundred)
Hundred of Ongar was an ancient hundred in the west of the county of Essex, England. It was centred on the town of Chipping Ongar.It contained the following parishes: *Abbess Roding*Beauchamp Roding*Berners Roding*Bobbingworth or Bovinger*Chigwell

Onion
The onion , also known as the bulb onion, common onion and garden onion, is the most widely cultivated species of the genus Allium. The genus Allium also contains a number of other species variously referred to as onions and cultivated for food, such as the Japanese bunching onion The onion (Allium cepa), also known as the bulb onion, common onion and garden onion, is the most widely cultivated species of the genus Allium. The genus Allium also contains a number of other species variously referred to as onions and cultivated for food, such as the Japanese bunching onion The onion (Allium cepa), also known as the bulb onion, common onion and garden onion, is the most widely cultivated species of the genus Allium. The genus Allium also contains a number of other species variously referred to as onions and cultivated for food, such as the Japanese bunching onion (A

Onion (disambiguation)
Onion is the common name given to plants in the genus Allium.Onion may also refer to:* Onion , an American Thoroughbred racehorse* The Onion, a parody newspaper.

Onions (surname)
Onions is a surname. Notable persons with that surname include:* Alfred Onions , Welsh Labour Party politician* Charles Talbut Onions , English grammarian and lexicographer

Onionskin
Onionskin or onion skin is a thin, light-weight, strong, often translucent paper. It was usually used with carbon paper for typing duplicates in a typewriter, for permanent records where low bulk was important, or for airmail correspondence

Oniscidae
Oniscidae is a family of woodlice, including the common woodlouse Oniscus asellus. Six genera are certainly placed in the family , with eight others included by some sources Oniscidae is a family of woodlice, including the common woodlouse Oniscus asellus. Six genera are certainly placed in the family (Oniscus, Oroniscus, Phalloniscus, Rabdoniscus, Rodoniscus and Sardoniscus), with eight others included by some sources Oniscidae is a family of woodlice, including the common woodlouse Oniscus asellus. Six genera are certainly placed in the family (Oniscus, Oroniscus, Phalloniscus, Rabdoniscus, Rodoniscus and Sardoniscus), with eight others included by some sources (Cerberoides, Diacara, Exalloniscus, Hanoniscus, Hiatoniscus, Hora, Krantzia and

Oniscus
Oniscus is a genus of woodlice. It comprises five species, three of which are confined to northwestern Iberia , one to the Pyrenees , and one of which, O. asellus, is widespread across Europe and has been introduced to the Americas .

Onium
An onium is the bound state of a particle and its antiparticle. They are usually named by adding the suffix -onium to the name of the constituting particle. However, despite its name, Muonium is not a muon–antimuon onium because IUPAC assigned the name to the system of an antimuon bound with an electron

Online (song)
"Online" is a single by American country music artist Brad Paisley. It is the second single from his 2007 album 5th Gear. The single is Brad's ninth overall Number One single on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts, as well as his fifth consecutive Number One

Only
Only may refer to:* Only , a Canadian news and entertainment magazine* Only , an album by Tommy Emmanuel* "Only" * "Only" * "The Only", a song by Static-X

Only (Anthrax song)
"Only" is a heavy metal song by Anthrax of their 1993 album Sound of White Noise. It is one of their most popular songs from the John Bush era, and has also appeared on their compilation album, Return of the Killer A's.-Personnel:

Only (Tommy Emmanuel album)
Only is an album by Australian musician Tommy Emmanuel. It is Emmanuel's first solo acoustic guitar release.-Track listing:All songs written by Tommy Emmanuel.#"Those Who Wait” – 4:19#"I've Always Thought of You" – 3:40#"Mombasa" – 3:01

Onnen
Onnen is a village in the municipality Haren, Groningen in the Netherlands. There are some picturesque farms and windmills in the village.Onnen is an esdorp . The Onner ash lies a considerable distance from the actual village .The Groningen – Assen railway lies near Onnen.

Onni (name)
Onni is a male name of Finnish origin meaning "happiness, luck." It was the sixth most popular name for boys in Finland in 2007.- People with the given name Onni :*Onni Hiltunen, Finnish politician*Onni Palaste, Finnish writer

Onnia
Onnia is a genus of trilobite from the late Ordovician of Africa, Europe, North America, and South America.-External links:* in the Paleobiology Database

Ono
ONO, Ono or Ōno may refer to:-People with the Japanese surname:In Japanese, Ono and Ōno are different place names and also common surnames. Ono means "small field" and Ōno means "large field". Both are used as Japanese surnames.* Ono no Azumabito ONO, Ono or Ōno may refer to:-People with the Japanese surname:In Japanese, Ono (小野) and Ōno (大野) are different place names and also common surnames. Ono means "small field" and Ōno means "large field". Both are used as Japanese surnames.* Ono no Azumabito ONO, Ono or Ōno may refer to:-People with the Japanese surname:In Japanese, Ono (小野) and Ōno (大野) are different place names and also common surnames. Ono means "small field" and Ōno means "large field". Both are used as Japanese surnames.* Ono no Azumabito (d

Ono (P2P)
The Ono project is a software service that allows Peer-to-peer file sharing clients to efficiently identify nearby peers. Using local peers takes pressure off international and other long distance transfers, and is said to simultaneously increase file download speeds.This is a research project of 's group at .Ono claims to be able to increase download rates by between 31% and

Onocentaur
Onocentaur is an animal from Medieval bestiaries, similar to the centaur, but part human, part donkey. As with many liminal beings, the onocentaur's nature is one of conflict between its human and animal components.

Onomastics
Onomastics or onomatology is the study of proper names of all kinds and the origins of names. The words are from the Greek: "ὀνομαστικός" , "of or belonging to naming" and "ὀνοματολογία" , from "ὄνομα" "name". Toponymy or toponomastics, the study of place names, is one of the principal branches of onomastics

Onset
Onset may refer to:*Onset , the beginning of a musical note or sound*Interonset interval, a term in music*Syllable onset, a term in phonetics and phonology*Onset, Massachusetts, village in the United States

Onset (audio)
Onset refers to the beginning of a musical note or other sound, in which the amplitude rises from zero to an initial peak. It is related to the concept of a transient: all musical notes have an onset, but do not necessarily include an initial transient.In phonetics the term is used differently - see syllable onset.-Onset detection:In signal processing, onset

Onshore
Onshore is a term used in finance to denote the jurisdiction in which a company is domiciled and in which it pays a significant rate of tax. It is the opposite of offshore, which denotes a tax haven

Onshore (hydrocarbons)
Onshore, when used relative to hydrocarbons, refers to an oil, natural gas or condensate field that is under dry land or to activities or operations carried out in relation to such a field.-References:* *

Onslaught
Onslaught may refer to:* Onslaught , a Marvel Comics supervillain* Onslaught , an expansion to the Magic: The Gathering collectible card game* Onslaught , a 1989 Amiga beat'em up computer game

Onslaught (DC Comics)
The Onslaught are a fictional team of state sponsored super powered Quraci terrorists published by DC Comics.They first appeared in Suicide Squad series 1 #1, , and were created by John Ostrander and Luke McDonnell.-Publication history:The Onslaught is a team of super-powered international terrorists-for-hire operating out of the outlaw

Onslaught (Transformers)
Onslaught is the name of two fictional characters in the various Transformers universes. Both are leaders of the Combaticons who turn into missile launching vehicles.-Transformers: Generation 1:

OnStage
OnStage was a Canadian radio program, which aired Sunday afternoons on CBC Radio 2 and Sunday evenings on CBC Radio One. Hosted by Shelley Solmes, the program aired classical and jazz concert performances by Canadian and international artists.

Ontario
Ontario is a province of Canada, located in east-central Canada. It is Canada's most populous province and second largest in total area. It is home to the nation's most populous city, Toronto, and the nation's capital, Ottawa.

Ontario (Amtrak station)
The Ontario Amtrak station is a train station in Ontario, California, United States served by Amtrak, the national railroad passenger system. It is served in each direction by thrice-weekly service provided by the Sunset Limited and the Texas Eagle.

Ontogeny
Ontogeny is the origin and the development of an organism – for example: from the fertilized egg to mature form. It covers in essence, the study of an organism's lifespan

Ontological argument
The ontological argument for the existence of God is an a priori argument for the existence of God. The ontological argument was first proposed by the eleventh-century monk Anselm of Canterbury, who defined God as the greatest possible being we can conceive

Ontology
Ontology is the philosophical study of the nature of being, existence or reality as such, as well as the basic categories of being and their relations

ONU
ONU may refer to:* United Nations in the Romance languages and Arabic: منظمة الأمم المتحدة* Olivet Nazarene University* Ohio Northern University, a selective private university in Ada, Ohio.

Onus
Onus, from Latin, indicates accountability/responsibilityOnus may also refer to:* Blame* Burden * Burden of proof

Onward
Onward may refer to:*Onward, Indiana, a town in the United States*"Onward "*"Onwards", a song by the Afro Celt Sound System from the album Volume 3: Further in Time*Onward Victoria, a musical*"Onward, Christian Soldiers"

Onward (sternwheeler 1858)
Onward was an early steamboat on the Willamette River built at Canemah, Oregon in 1858. This vessel should not be confused other steamboats named Onward, including in particular the Onward of 1867, a similar but somewhat smaller vessel built at Tualatin Landing , which operated on the Tualatin River under Capt

Onycholysis
Onycholysis refers to the detachment of the nail from the nail bed, starting at its distal and/or lateral attachment. It is said to occur particularly on the ring finger but can occur on any of the fingernails. The most common cause of onycholysis is psoriasis. It can also occur in thyrotoxicosis and is thought to be due to sympathetic overactivity

Onyx
Onyx is a banded variety of chalcedony. The colors of its bands range from white to almost every color . Commonly, specimens of onyx contain bands of black and/or white.-Etymology:

OnyX
Developed by French developer Joël Barrière, OnyX is a popular freeware utility for Mac OS X and is compatible with both PowerPC and Intel processors. As a multifunctional tool for maintenance and optimization, it can control many basic Unix programs already built into OS X, including setting hidden preferences otherwise modified by using property list editors and the command line

Onyx (wrestler)
Kyle McNeely is an American professional wrestler. He is best known under the ring name Onyx and for his stint in Total Nonstop Action Wrestling as a member of The Elite Guard.-World Wrestling Federation / Entertainment :

USS Iwo Jima (LPH-2)
USS Iwo Jima was the lead ship of her class and type—the first ship to be designed and built from the keel up as an amphibious assault ship. She carried helicopters and a detachment of embarked Marines for use in the Navy's "vertical envelopment" concept of amphibious operations

USS Jennings County (LST-846)
USS Jennings County was an built for the United States Navy during World War II. Named after Jennings County, Indiana, she was the only U.S. Naval vessel to bear the name.

USS John F. Kennedy (CV-67)
USS John F. Kennedy is a John F. Kennedy class aircraft carrier, the last conventionally powered carrier built for the United States Navy. The ship is named after the 35th President of the United States, John F

USS Juneau (CL-52)
The first USS Juneau was a United States Navy Atlanta-class light cruiser sunk at the Naval Battle of Guadalcanal in November 1942. In total 687 men, including the five Sullivan brothers, were killed in action as a result of its sinking.

USS Kearsarge (1861)
USS Kearsarge, a Mohican-class sloop-of-war, is best known for her defeat of the Confederate commerce raider CSS Alabama during the American Civil War. The Kearsarge was the only ship of the United States Navy named for Mount Kearsarge in New Hampshire

USS Kearsarge (CV-33)
USS Kearsarge was one of 24 s completed during or shortly after World War II for the United States Navy. The ship was the third US Navy ship to bear the name, and was named for a Civil War-era steam sloop. Kearsarge was commissioned in March 1946

USS La Moure County (LST-1194)
USS La Moure County was the sixteenth of twenty built for the United States Navy in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Named after La Moure County, North Dakota, she was the second U.S

USS Lexington (CV-16)
USS Lexington , known as "The Blue Ghost", is one of 24 s built during World War II for the United States Navy. The ship, the fifth US Navy ship to bear the name, is named in honor of the Revolutionary War Battle of Lexington

USS Long (DD-209)
USS Long , named for John Davis Long , Secretary of the Navy from 1897 to 1902, was a Clemson-class destroyer in the United States Navy.

USS Long Beach (CGN-9)
USS Long Beach was a nuclear-powered guided missile cruiser in the United States Navy. She was the only ship of her class.

USS Maine (ACR-1)
USS Maine was the United States Navy's second commissioned pre-dreadnought battleship, although she was originally classified as an armored cruiser. She is best known for her catastrophic loss in Havana harbor. Maine had been sent to Havana, Cuba to protect U.S. interests during the Cuban revolt against Spain

USS Makin Island (LHD-8)
USS Makin Island , a Wasp-class amphibious assault ship, is the second ship of the United States Navy to be named for Makin Island, target of the Marine Raiders' Makin Island raid early on in the United States' involvement in World War II.

USS Marblehead (CL-12)
USS Marblehead was an Omaha-class light cruiser of the United States Navy. She was the third Navy ship named for the town of Marblehead, Massachusetts.

USS Maryland (1799)
The first USS Maryland was a sloop in the United States Navy. She served during the Quasi-War with France.Maryland was built by public subscription in Baltimore under the Act of 30 June 1798; launched at Price Shipyard, Baltimore, Maryland, 3 June 1799; and accepted by the Navy in August 1799, Capt

USS McClelland (DE-750)
USS McClelland was a built for the United States Navy during World War II. She served in the Pacific Ocean and provided escort service against submarine and air attack for Navy vessels and convoys

USS McGowan (DD-678)
USS McGowan was a Fletcher-class destroyer of the United States Navy, named for Rear Admiral Samuel McGowan .

USS Meredith (DD-890)
USS Meredith , a , was the fourth ship of the United States Navy to be named for Jonathan Meredith USMC, a sergeant who saved the life of Lieutenant John Trippe of Vixen, during the Barbary Wars. She was laid down at the Consolidated Steel Corporation at Orange, Texas, on 27 January 1945; launched on 28 June 1945, sponsored by Miss Juliette S

USS Minneapolis (CA-36)
USS Minneapolis was a New Orleans class heavy cruiser built for the United States Navy before the outbreak of World War II, the second ship named for Minneapolis, Minnesota.

USS Missouri (BB-63)
|USS Missouri is a United States Navy Iowa-class battleship, and was the fourth ship of the U.S. Navy to be named in honor of the U.S. state of Missouri

USS Mobile (LKA-115)
USS Mobile was a Charleston class attack cargo ship named after the city of Mobile, Alabama. She was the fourth U.S. Navy ship to bear that name. She served as a commissioned ship for 24 years and 4 months. LKA's had the distinction of being the only ships in the "Gator Navy" that were not flat bottom

USS Monitor
USS Monitor was the first ironclad warship commissioned by the United States Navy during the American Civil War. She is most famous for her participation in the Battle of Hampton Roads on March 9, 1862, the first-ever battle fought between two ironclads

USS Montauk (1862)
The first USS Montauk was a single-turreted monitor in the United States Navy during the American Civil War.It saw action throughout the war and was used as the floating prison for the conspirators in the Abraham Lincoln assassination and was the site of the autopsy and identification of assassin John Wilkes Booth.Montauk was built by John

USS Montour (APA-101)
USS Montour was a that served with the US Navy during World War II.Montour was laid down under Maritime Commission Contract 20 October 1943 by Ingalls Shipbuilding, Pascagoula, Mississippi; launched 10 March 1944; acquired by the Navy on a load charter basis and placed in partial commission 9 June 1944 to steam to Brooklyn, New York, for conversion by the Bethlehem

USS Mount Hood (AE-11)
USS Mount Hood was the lead ship of her class of ammunition ships for the United States Navy in World War II. She was the first ship named after Mount Hood, a volcano in the Cascade Range in Oregon

USS Mount McKinley (AGC-7)
USS Mount McKinley was the lead ship of the Mount McKinley-class of amphibious force command ships. She was named after the highest mountain in North America

USS Mustin (DD-413)
USS Mustin was a Sims-class destroyer of the United States Navy, the first Navy ship of that name, in honor of Captain Henry C. Mustin , a pioneer of naval aviation.

USS Nashville (CL-43)
USS Nashville , a Brooklyn-class light cruiser, was laid down on 24 January 1935 by New York Shipbuilding Corporation, Camden, New Jersey; launched on 2 October 1937; sponsored by Misses Ann and Mildred Stahlman; and commissioned on 6 June 1938, Captain William W

USS Nautilus
Four ships of the U.S. Navy have been named USS Nautilus. after the Greek derivative meaning sailor or ship which gave also gave name to a tropical mollusk having a many chambered, spiral shell; and the submersible in Jules Verne's novel 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.* USS Nautilus , a 12-gun schooner * USS Nautilus , a 76-foot coast survey

USS Nautilus (SS-168)
USS Nautilus , a and one of the "V-boats", was the third ship of the United States Navy to officially bear that popular ship's name. She was originally named and designated V-6 , but was redesignated and given hull classification symbol SC-2 on 11 February 1925

USS Nevada (BB-36)
USS Nevada , the second United States Navy ship to be named after the 36th state, was the lead ship of the two Nevada-class battleships; her sister ship was

USS Nicholson (DD-52)
USS Nicholson was an built for the United States Navy before the American entry into World War I. The ship was the second U.S

USS Norton Sound (AVM-1)
USS Norton Sound was originally built as a by Los Angeles Shipbuilding and Drydock Company in San Pedro, California. She was named for Norton Sound, a large inlet in West Alaska, between the Seward Peninsula and the mouths of the Yukon, north-east of the Bering Sea.-Career:Norton Sound was laid down 7 September 1942; launched 28 November 1943; sponsored

USS Ogden (LPD-5)
USS Ogden , an Austin-class amphibious transport dock, was the second ship of the United States Navy to be named for Ogden, Utah.

USS Okinawa (LPH-3)
USS Okinawa was the second Iwo Jima-class amphibious assault ship of the United States Navy. She was the second Navy ship assigned the name "Okinawa", in honor of the World War II Battle of Okinawa.

USS Oklahoma City (CLG-5)
USS Oklahoma City was one of 27 United States Navy light cruisers completed during or shortly after World War II, and one of six to be converted to guided missile cruisers. She was the first US Navy ship to be named for Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

USS Ommaney Bay (CVE-79)
USS Ommaney Bay was a Casablanca-class escort carrier of the United States Navy, named for Ommaney Bay, Alaska.Ommaney Bay, formerly MC hull 1116, was laid down under a Maritime Commission contract 6 October 1943 by Kaiser Company, Inc., Vancouver, Washington; launched 29 December 1943, sponsored by Mrs. P. K

USS Oyster Bay (AGP-6)
USS Oyster Bay , originally and later AVP-28, was a United States Navy motor torpedo boat tender in commission from 1943 to 1946.-Construction, commissioning, and shakedown:

USS Patrick Henry (SSBN-599)
USS Patrick Henry , named for the American Revolutionary War figure Patrick Henry , was a nuclear-powered fleet ballistic missile submarine of the United States Navy

USS Peacock (1813)
The first USS Peacock was a sloop-of-war in the United States Navy during the War of 1812.Peacock was authorized by Act of Congress 3 March 1813, laid down 9 July 1813 by Adam & Noah Brown at the New York Navy Yard, and launched 19 September 1813. She served in the War of 1812, capturing twenty ships

USS Peleliu (LHA-5)
USS Peleliu is a Tarawa-class amphibious assault ship of the United States Navy, named after the Battle of Peleliu during World War II. Entering service in 1980, the ship has been deployed to the Persian Gulf on several occasions, performed an evacuation of U.S

USS Pennsylvania (BB-38)
USS Pennsylvania was a United States Navy super-dreadnought battleship. She was the third Navy ship named for the state of Pennsylvania.

USS Pensacola (LSD-38)
USS Pensacola was a of the United States Navy. She was the fourth Navy ship to be named for the naval town of Pensacola, Florida

USS Pine Island (AV-12)
USS Pine Island , a Currituck-class seaplane tender, is the only ship of the United States Navy to hold this name. The ship was named after Pine Island Sound .

USS Pittsburgh (CA-72)
The third USS Pittsburgh , originally named Albany, was a Baltimore-class heavy cruiser laid down on 3 February 1943 by the Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation's Fore River Shipyard at Quincy, Massachusetts; launched on 22 February 1944, sponsored by Mrs Cornelius D. Scully, wife of the Mayor of Pittsburgh; and commissioned at Boston on 10 October 1944, Capt

USS Ponchatoula (AO-148)
|-See also:* List of auxiliaries of the United States Navy

USS Princeton (CV-37)
USS Princeton was one of 24 s built during and shortly after World War II for the United States Navy. The ship was the fifth US Navy ship to bear the name, and was named for the Revolutionary War Battle of Princeton

USS Princeton (CVL-23)
The fourth USS Princeton was a United States Navy lost at the battle of Leyte Gulf in 1944.-Construction and deployment:The ship was laid down as the Tallahassee by the New York Shipbuilding Corporation, Camden, New Jersey, 2 June 1941

USS Proteus (AS-19)
The third USS Proteus was a in the United States Navy.Proteus was laid down by the Moore Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company, Oakland, California, 15 September 1941; launched 12 November 1942; sponsored by Mrs. Charles M. Cooke, Jr.; and commissioned 31 January 1944, Capt. Robert W

USS Puget Sound (AD-38)
USS Puget Sound was a , the second ship of the United States Navy to bear the name Puget Sound.The building contract was awarded December 29, 1964 to Puget Sound Naval Shipyard in Bremerton, Washington. The keel was laid February 15, 1965, and she was launched September 16, 1966

USS Ralph Talbot (DD-390)
USS Ralph Talbot was a Bagley-class destroyer in the United States Navy, named for USMC Second Lieutenant Ralph Talbot , who was awarded the Medal of Honor during World War I

USS Rathburne (DD-113)
USS Rathburne was a Wickes class destroyer in the United States Navy during the World War I. She was the first ship named for John Peck Rathbun.

USS Raton (SS-270)
USS Raton , a , was a ship of the United States Navy named for the raton, a polynemoid fish inhabiting semitropical waters off the Pacific coast of America.

USS Red Rover
USS Red Rover was a 650-ton Confederate States of America steamer that the United States Navy captured. After refitting the vessel, the Union used it as a hospital ship during the American Civil War.

USS Renshaw (DD-499)
USS Renshaw , a , was the third ship of the United States Navy of that name, in honor of Commander William B. Renshaw.Renshaw was laid down 7 May 1942 by the Federal Shipbuilding & Drydock Company in Kearny, New Jersey; launched on 13 October 1942, sponsored by Miss Dorothy Lillian Renshaw; and commissioned on 5 December 1942, with Lieutenant Commander C. F

USS Richard B. Anderson (DD-786)
USS Richard B. Anderson was a Gearing-class destroyer of the United States Navy, named for USMC Private First Class Richard B. Anderson , who was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor for heroism during the Battle of Kwajalein.

USS Richard E. Byrd (DDG-23)
USS Richard E. Byrd , a Charles F. Adams-class guided missile destroyer of the United States Navy, was named after noted polar explorer Admiral Richard E. Byrd.

USS Richard S. Edwards (DD-950)
USS Richard S. Edwards , named for Admiral Richard Stanislaus Edwards USN , was a Forrest Sherman class destroyer built by the Puget Sound Bridge and Dredging Company at Seattle in Washington and launched on 24 September 1957 by Mrs. W. B. Franke; and commissioned 5 February 1959, Comdr. Richard R. Law in command.Richard S

USS Roark (FF-1053)
USS Roark , originally designated DE-1053, was a Knox class frigate named for William Marshall Roark. Roark was laid down on 2 February 1966 by the Todd Shipyards Corporation in Seattle, Washington; launched on 24 April 1967, sponsored by Mrs. William M. Roark and Mrs. Frank F. Roark; and commissioned on 22 November 1969, with Commander Wayne L

USS Rowan (DD-782)
USS Rowan was a of the United States Navy, the fourth Navy ship named for Vice Admiral Stephen C. Rowan .Rowan was laid down on 25 March 1944 by Todd Pacific Shipyards, Inc., Seattle, Washington; launched 29 December 1944; sponsored by Mrs. David S. Folsom, great-grandniece of Vice Admiral Rowan; and commissioned on 31 March 1945, Comdr. W. A

USS Rupertus (DD-851)
USS Rupertus was a of the United States Navy, named for United States Marine Corps General William H. Rupertus .Rupertus was laid down on 2 May 1945 by Bethlehem Steel Co., Quincy, Massachusetts; launched on 21 September 1945; sponsored by Mrs. William H. Rupertus; and commissioned on 8 March 1946, Comdr. William C. F

USS Sabine (1855)
The first USS Sabine was a sailing frigate built by the United States Navy in 1855. The ship was among the first ships to see action in the American Civil War. In 1862, a large portion of the crew were volunteers from the Sabine.

USS Samuel Gompers (AD-37)
USS Samuel Gompers was a destroyer tender, the first of her class, and designed to be a floating repair shop for ships of the U.S. Navy either in port or at sea

USS San Bernardino (LST-1189)
USS San Bernardino was the eleventh of twenty s built for the United States Navy in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Named after the City of San Bernardino, California, she was the only U.S

USS Saratoga (CV-60)
USS Saratoga , was one of four Forrestal- class supercarriers built for the US Navy in the 1950s. Saratoga was the sixth US Navy ship, and the second aircraft carrier, to be named for the Battle of Saratoga in the American Revolutionary War.Commissioned in 1956, she spent most of her career in the Mediterranean, but also participated in the Vietnam War

USS Saufley (DD-465)
USS Saufley , a Fletcher-class destroyer, was a ship of the United States Navy named for Lieutenant Richard Saufley.

USS Shelton (DD-790)
USS Shelton was a of the United States Navy, the second Navy ship named for Ensign James A. Shelton , who was killed in the Battle of Midway.

USS Sides (FFG-14)
USS Sides is an Oliver Hazard Perry class guided-missile frigate of the US Navy.The eighth ship in the class, it was named for Admiral John H. Sides . Ordered from Todd Shipyards, San Pedro, California, on 27 February 1976 as part of the FY76 program, Sides was laid down on 7 August 1978, launched on 19 May 1979, and commissioned on 30 May 1981

USS Skipjack (SSN-585)
USS Skipjack , the lead ship of her class of nuclear-powered attack submarine, was the third ship of the United States Navy to be named after the Skipjack tuna fish.

 
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