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Synonyms for Columbus

the state capital of Ohio

Italian navigator who discovered the New World in the service of Spain while looking for a route to China (1451-1506)

a town in eastern Mississippi near the border with Alabama

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Without those goals, there's every chance Colombus Crew would be propping up the Eastern Conference given the fact they're only three points off the bottom.
Christopher Colombus believed the earth was shaped like which fruit?
The US actor, 18, revealed he had the time of his life teaming up with filmmaker Christopher Colombus on the feature.
9 will feature the Colombus Blue Jackets and San Jose Sharks at Ericsson Globe Arena in Stockholm, Sweden.
Golfer regarded as the greatest in the game Born January 21, 1940 in Colombus, Ohio Turned professional in 1961 Was ranked number one golfer in the world from 1968 to 1977 Holds the record for the most wins at The Masters with 6 Nicknamed 'The Golden Bear' Won a record 18 major championships Played on 6 Ryder Cup teams, as well as captaining the team twice.
Meanwhile, a keen Partick Thistle fan emailed his favourites - Gin'll Fix It, Smarty Pints, DENSA, Agatha Quiztie, Eddie Quizzard and Quiztopher Colombus.
Friedel, who has made 82 appearances for America, also played for Colombus Crew, Galatasaray and Brondby.
The Florida launch, delayed for two months with fuel gauge problems, finally saw the European Space Agency's lab Colombus go into orbit after 23 years of planning.
Called Colombus, it boasts an array of new functions and touchscreen technology.
CHIEF executive Richard FitzGerald has outlined the reasons for Villa's North American tour after a July 28 game against Colombus Crew was rubber-stamped yesterday.
David devised the ballet initially for BalletMet Colombus and then recreated it with Northern Ballet.
Christopher Colombus landed in Puerto Rico on his second voyage to the New World in 1493.
Latin-American cuisine is based around the traditional diets of three high cultures of aboriginal tribes - the Aztecs, the Incas and the Maya - and also features elements of the foods eaten by those tribes that emerged following the arrival of Colombus in the Americas in 1500.
national conference, American String Teachers Association, at Ohio State University, Colombus, OH.
The Ministry of Communications and Information reported that there were 5 Government-operated Internet Service Providers (ISP) located in Cuba: CITMATEL, INFOCOM, TELEDATOS, COLOMBUS, CUBACEL) in 2001, vs 4 in 2000.