Old Ironsides

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Noun1.Old Ironsides - a United States 44-gun frigate that was one of the first three naval ships built by the United StatesOld Ironsides - a United States 44-gun frigate that was one of the first three naval ships built by the United States; it won brilliant victories over British frigates during the War of 1812 and is without doubt the most famous ship in the history of the United States Navy; it has been rebuilt and is anchored in the Charlestown Navy Yard in Boston
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The company is supported by equity commitments from affiliates of Old Ironsides Energy, LLC and a revolving credit facility with multiple banks.
US-based midstream energy company Discovery Midstream Holdings LLC has partnered with oil and gas investment manager Old Ironsides Energy, LLC to pursue midstream infrastructure acquisition and greenfield development opportunities across North America, the companies said.
has reportedly stopped production at the Falkirk mine near Underwood, North Dakota, after the mine's dragline, Old Ironsides, slid onto its side in a ground slip on June 16.
More than 500 guests, made up of individuals and organizations with long-standing ties of support to both the ship and the Navy, accompanied Old Ironsides on her 5th and final underway demonstration of 2014.
Old Ironsides took a turn around Boston Harbor a few weeks ago and now goes into dry dock for a two-year renovation.
Southside has no shortage of dive bars slinging $3 gin and tonics (look no further than the nautical mural at Old Ironsides, the city's first post-Prohibition bar), but craft cocktails have encroached its borders.
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While you may be forgiven for not thinking of the US military as a green and "tree huggerish" organisation, Old Ironsides is actually one of the leading forces in the development and deployment of sustainable technologies.
All Americans could take pride in Old Ironsides, "The Star-Spangled Banner," Uncle Sam (first used as a phrase to refer to the U.
Thus the legend of Old Ironsides continued with one victory after another, sinking or destroying attacking warships that crossed her path.
It earned the nickname Old Ironsides in the War of 1812 because cannon shots bounced harmlessly off the hull.
Our classroom and lab were in an old warehouse down in the dock area, near where Old Ironsides was moored.