Definitions for "Douglas"
anglicized form of the gaelic name "dubhghlas", which meant "dark river" (from gaelic "dubh", meaning "dark" and "glais", meaning "water, river".) douglas was originally a river name, and later became a scottish surname. the surname belonged to a powerful line of scottish earls.
One of the most famous aircraft of all time is the Douglas DC3. Renowned as an airliner, general transport and perhaps most significantly for the vital part it played in the Normandy landings and the Berlin airlift. Still in service as a passenger aircraft, general transport and in maritime pollution control. If you would like to see more pictures our photographic library is available on cd. Search for Douglas books on Amazon.co.uk
United States politician who proposed that individual territories be allowed to decide whether they would have slavery; he engaged in a famous series of debates with Abraham Lincoln (1813-1861)
Douglas Aircraft Corporation
A single word manumark design that appears on a number of Group I type matchcovers. It is believed that the match book contained trick matches. Usually, a device to explode a cap upon opening. For this reason, no city, advertiser or other identification is evident.
a city located in Cochise County , Arizona ( USA )
Keywords:  rosecrans, segundo, metro, ave, island
Douglas is a station on Metro's Green Line. The station is a island platform near the corner of Douglas St. and Park Pl., north of Rosecrans Ave. in El Segundo, California. The original name for this station was Douglas/Rosecrans and it may still be used in some places.
Douglas was a British motorcycle manufacturer from 1907 - 1957 based in Kingswood, Bristol, owned by the Douglas family, and especially known for its horizontally opposed twin cylinder engined bikes and as manufacturers of speedway machines.