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Sloop-of-war Type of warship

In the 18th century and most of the 19th, a sloop-of-war in the Royal Navy was a warship with a single gun deck that carried up to eighteen guns. The rating system covered all vessels with 20 guns and above; thus, the term sloop-of-war encompassed all the unrated combat vessels, including the very small gun-brigs and cutters. In technical terms, even the more specialised bomb vessels and fireships were classed as sloops-of-war, and in practice these were employed in the sloop role when not carrying out their specialised functions.

Steam frigate Type of steam-powered warship

Steam frigates, also known as screw frigates and the smaller steam corvettes, steam sloops and steam schooners, were steam-powered warships that were not meant to stand in the line of battle. The first such ships were paddle steamers. Later on the invention of screw propulsion enabled construction of steam-powered versions of the traditional frigates, corvettes, and sloops.

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A scorpion is a predatory arthropod animal.

Niagara may refer to:

Hydra generally refers to:

A unicorn is a mythical and heraldic beast which looks like a horse with a horn between its eyes.

Six ships and one shore establishment of the Royal Navy have borne the name HMS Raleigh, after Sir Walter Raleigh:

HMS Pegasus is the name which has been given to nine ships in the British Royal Navy. Pegasus was a winged horse in Greek mythology. These ships included:

Nine ships and one shore establishment of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Wasp, with one other government vessel using the name:

Sixteen ships of the Royal Navy have borne the name HMS Alert, while another was planned:

Halifax commonly refers to:

Neptune is a planet in the Solar System.

Amazon most often refers to:

Raleigh is the capital of the U.S. state of North Carolina.