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Discovery DayColumbus Day Co*lum"bus Day
The 12th day of October, on which day in 1492 Christopher
Columbus discovered America, landing on one of the Bahama
Islands (probably the one now commonly called Watling
Island), and naming it ``San Salvador'; -- called also
Discovery Day. This day is made a legal holiday in many
States of The United States. Discovery DayDiscovery Day Dis*cov"er*y Day
= Columbus Day, above.
Indiscovery In`dis*cov"er*y, n.
Want of discovery. [Obs.]
Nondiscovery Non`dis*cov"er*y, n.
Want or failure of discovery.
Prediscovery Pre`dis*cov"er*y, n.
A previous discovery.
Meaning of discovery from wikipedia
or finding something
(fiction), a character's learning
- discovery! is the debut album
by jazz saxophonist charles lloyd released
on the columbia label featuring performances
- discovery channel
(formerly the discovery channel
from 1985 to 1995, and often referred
to as simply
'discovery') is an american basic
communications, inc. is an american global
and entertainment company based
- space shuttle discovery
(orbiter vehicle designation
: ov-103) is one of the three orbiters
of nasa's space shuttle program
- discovery, in the law of the united states
, is the pre-trial phase
in a lawsuit
each party, through
the law of civil procedure
- the age of discovery
is a historical period
of european global exploration
in the early
with the first portuguese
- rrs discovery
was the last traditional wooden
three-masted ship to be built
in britain. designed
research, she was launched
- the land rover discovery
is an off road-focused mid-size luxury
suv , from the british
have been four
is the act of detecting something
new, or something
'old' that had been unknown. discovery
is the observation
of new phenomena,