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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I guess I could not fathom how much support meant to me until I saw the proud faces of my entire family at my re-enlistment at the USS Constitution.
Situated overlooking downtown Boston, HarborView also is a neighbor of the famed USS Constitution, the oldest commissioned warship in the US Navy.
I personally have souvenirs from or of several ships, including the USS Constitution and the USS Constellation.
WORCESTER -- The last photograph Steven Sabol has of his grandmother and his three great-aunts together was taken in 1939, with the sisters standing in front of the USS Constitution.
The USS Constitution is an original military frigate built in 1797.
USS Constitution went underway in Boston Harbor last October 17, in commemoration of the US Navy's 239th birthday and the ship's upcoming 217th birthday.
In 1912, Adams declared that the famous engagement between USS Constitution and HMS Guerriere marked the entry of the United States into the ranks of world powers.
Think Victory in Portsmouth or Boston's USS Constitution, which fought the British in 1812 yet still puts to sea two centuries on.
Lexington-Concord, Tea Party, USS Constitution, Paul Revere, Old North Church, folks who built America.
We passed the Massachusetts State House with its pure gold dome, the Old South Meeting House, the Old State House (Boston's oldest surviving public building), Faneuil Hall, the USS Constitution and Bunker Hill Monument.
This construction can apparently be seen on the USS Constitution, however, as one source notes: "the structure was an example of non-orthogonal components" that "do not constitute a space frame".
They can see the Boston Commons, tour the USS Constitution, or visit the home of Paul Revere, all while sipping on their favorite brew of hot Boston tea.