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Saratoga

[ sar-uh-toh-guh ]

noun

  1. a city in W California.
  2. former name of Schuylerville.


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To pay the bribes, Singh used a series of real estate transactions involving a 5,600-square-foot home in Saratoga to transfer money to Kooistra, PG&E alleges.

She then trained at the Saratoga International Theatre Institute (also known as the SITI Company) in New York City.

After another general claimed responsibility for his success at the Battle of Saratoga in 1777, Arnold grew disillusioned.

In 1937, the blond bombshell Jean Harlow died of renal failure at the age of 26, while filming Saratoga with Clark Gable.

Both were bitten by the gambling bug in Saratoga and went West, not to grow up with, but to fairly conquer the country.

Every shot hit the Saratoga and tore through her timbers, sending splinters flying like hail.

One of them struck a hen-coop on the Saratoga, in which one of the sailors kept a fighting cock.

A few broadsides like that would have ended the fight, for it would have left the Saratoga without men.

All that time the two biggest British vessels were pelting the Saratoga, and the other American ships were not helping her much.

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SarasvatiSaratoga, Battle of