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  • The harbour of Port Blair is well supplied with buoys and harbour lights, and is crossed by ferries at fixed intervals, while there are several launches for hauling local traffic. On Ross Island there is a lighthouse visible for 19 m.

  • Holland is a grain and fruit shipping centre, and among its manufactures are furniture, leather, grist mill products, iron, beer, pickles, shoes, beet sugar, gelatine, biscuit (Holland rusk), electric and steam launches, and pianos.

  • Dagupan has a small shipyard in which sailing vessels and steam launches are constructed.

  • Steam launches did not exist on the river before 1866 or 1867, and houseboats only in the form of college barges at Oxford.

  • But by 1900 there were 541 launches, 162 house-boats, and 11,284 rowing-boats.

  • Steamers ply regularly from Saigon through Mytho to Pnompenh, and launches proceed from this place, the capital of Cambodia, to the Preapatano rapids, and beyond this a considerable portion of the distance to Luang Prabang, the journey being finished in native boats.

  • Besides these there are a number of practice boats (small school-ships), transports, dispatch boats and launches.

  • and more, and beyond that point large river-boats and deep-draught launches can navigate for many miles.

  • The city has an important trade in fruit, and has various manufactures, including paper, fruit packages, baskets, motor boats, gasolene launches, automobile supplies, hosiery and knit goods, air guns and sashes and blinds.

  • With them were 33 motor launches under Capt.

  • Eighteen British motor launches under Comm.

  • The destroyers had been lying off the harbour, and the "Warwick" now picked up four motor launches, including ML282 overloaded and full of wounded with 'or men of the "Iphigenia" and "Intrepid."

  • The motor launches under Comm.

  • The small rivers which empty into them can be ascended for some miles by steam launches.

  • On the rivers which run into the Cameroon estuary small steam launches ply.

  • The rivers are the great highways of communication, but, in consequence of the lowness of the water between October and May, navigation is then only possible for shallow draught stern-wheel steamers and launches.

  • Besides having a considerable share in the commerce of the port of New York, Bayonne is an important manufacturing centre; among its manufactures are refined petroleum, refined copper and nickel (not from the ore), refined borax, foundry and machine-shop products, tubular boilers, electric launches and electric motors, chemicals (including ammonia and sulphuric and nitric acids), iron and brass products, wire cables and silk goods.

  • Commerce.-Ecuador has no merchant marine beyond a few small vessels engaged in the coastwise traffic, some eighteen or twenty river steamers on the Guayas and its tributaries, and a number of steam launches, towboats and various descriptions of barges engaged in the transportation of produce and goods on the rivers.

  • Among steel ships, the type known as the "whaleback" originated here; and iron and wooden ships, launches and small pleasure craft are also made.

  • In this vicinity, too, are several yards for building yachts, launches and other boats.

  • A large local traffic is carried on by steam launches on the lakes during the season of open navigation; and vessels have even been introduced on some of the lakes and rivers of the far north, principally in connexion with the timber trade.

  • Five launches built in the Royal Indian Marine Docks, Bombay, in 1905, at a cost of 6o,ooo rupees each, of about 8o tons.

  • Launches ply regularly from Moulmein to the mouth of the Yonzalin, in Lower Burma.

  • It is quite certain that steam launches could ply over very long sections of the river above that, perhaps as far as the Kaw ferry, or even the Kunlong ferry.

  • The navy in 1906 consisted of only three small cruisers on the Caribbean coast, and two cruisers, two gunboats, one troopship and two steam launches on the Pacific. There was also one small gunboat on the Magdalena.

  • The Chapare, Secure and Chimore, tributaries of the Mamore, are navigable for launches up to the base of the mountains, to within 130 m.

  • to the port of Reyes for launches in the dry season and larger craft in the wet one.

  • Well, the closing ' Home Again ' starts all strummed acoustic then eventually launches into Luke singing over himself - the cello appears.

  • British Civil Aviation in 1998 30 January British Airways launches the low-fare airline Go.

  • Turning force launches a major assault on the right flank.

  • The exterior provides the most spectacular backdrop for car launches.

  • After the War he went on to run a boatyard on the Thames building motor launches for the London River Police.

  • Sir Eric Parker launches broadside at courses 'The Go Racing deal is not in the best interest of racing overall.

  • With all the grace of a stone Buddha, he palms and launches the ball into the meringue at water's edge.

  • English Nature today launches an appeal for reports of our latest invasive species - the North American bullfrog.

  • Choosing to open a new cashbook launches a wizard to help you get your cashbook up and running with the minimum of fuss.

  • catapult launches.

  • After which Seneca launches into a lengthy moral diatribe against anger in any of its forms.

  • Vibraphonic launches in style with one of the funkiest soul divas in the business?

  • More... warming eucalyptus & ginger body scrub Turn up the heat for autumn as Molton Brown launches a potent new body treatment.

  • guildhall university launches.

  • hie launches wireless broadband company The non-profit company that will bring broadband to Orkney was launched today.

  • Here you can browse through information about Lager, including new product launches.

  • Law Society launches lawyer mediator panel 29 May 2002 The Law Society of England and Wales has introduced a panel of lawyer mediators.

  • As the convoy got closer to Malta another cruiser, nine destroyers, four fleet minesweepers and six minesweeping launches joined the escorting ships.

  • The United States and Japan should not misjudge the DPRK's stance whereby it declared a moratorium on its satellite launches.

  • Bennett later claims he made the first ever music video 1981: MTV launches with the Video Killed The Radio Star by The Buggles.

  • Also, SlashDot http://www.slashdot.org (home of many open-source related flames) launches Slashdot Investor.

  • LIFTING CHARGE: Part of a firework that launches a projectile or shell into the air.

  • radiosonde launches.

  • The OKO spy satellite system reports multiple US missile launches.

  • Period Property UK launches online first for private sellers.

  • slipper launches.

  • next spring, he launches a new line of watches.

  • spy satellite system reports multiple US missile launches.

  • Zondervan launches first Africa Bible Commentary The first Bible commentary written exclusively by African theologians has been launched in Kenya.

  • Max launches a tirade against Boyd's would be in-laws.

  • Bennett later claims he made the first ever music video 1981: MTV launches with the Video Killed The Radio Star by The Buggles.

  • JPi launches new website with integrated booking engine for Farm Stay UK.

  • The harbour of Port Blair is well supplied with buoys and harbour lights, and is crossed by ferries at fixed intervals, while there are several launches for hauling local traffic. On Ross Island there is a lighthouse visible for 19 m.

  • Holland is a grain and fruit shipping centre, and among its manufactures are furniture, leather, grist mill products, iron, beer, pickles, shoes, beet sugar, gelatine, biscuit (Holland rusk), electric and steam launches, and pianos.

  • Dagupan has a small shipyard in which sailing vessels and steam launches are constructed.

  • Steam launches did not exist on the river before 1866 or 1867, and houseboats only in the form of college barges at Oxford.

  • But by 1900 there were 541 launches, 162 house-boats, and 11,284 rowing-boats.

  • Steamers ply regularly from Saigon through Mytho to Pnompenh, and launches proceed from this place, the capital of Cambodia, to the Preapatano rapids, and beyond this a considerable portion of the distance to Luang Prabang, the journey being finished in native boats.

  • Besides these there are a number of practice boats (small school-ships), transports, dispatch boats and launches.

  • and more, and beyond that point large river-boats and deep-draught launches can navigate for many miles.

  • The city has an important trade in fruit, and has various manufactures, including paper, fruit packages, baskets, motor boats, gasolene launches, automobile supplies, hosiery and knit goods, air guns and sashes and blinds.

  • above its mouth, but launches may ascend it, in the wet season, about 500 m., to the junction of the Negro with the Humadea.

  • With them were 33 motor launches under Capt.

  • Eighteen British motor launches under Comm.

  • The destroyers had been lying off the harbour, and the "Warwick" now picked up four motor launches, including ML282 overloaded and full of wounded with 'or men of the "Iphigenia" and "Intrepid."

  • The motor launches under Comm.

  • The small rivers which empty into them can be ascended for some miles by steam launches.

  • On the rivers which run into the Cameroon estuary small steam launches ply.

  • The rivers are the great highways of communication, but, in consequence of the lowness of the water between October and May, navigation is then only possible for shallow draught stern-wheel steamers and launches.

  • Besides having a considerable share in the commerce of the port of New York, Bayonne is an important manufacturing centre; among its manufactures are refined petroleum, refined copper and nickel (not from the ore), refined borax, foundry and machine-shop products, tubular boilers, electric launches and electric motors, chemicals (including ammonia and sulphuric and nitric acids), iron and brass products, wire cables and silk goods.

  • Commerce.-Ecuador has no merchant marine beyond a few small vessels engaged in the coastwise traffic, some eighteen or twenty river steamers on the Guayas and its tributaries, and a number of steam launches, towboats and various descriptions of barges engaged in the transportation of produce and goods on the rivers.

  • Among steel ships, the type known as the "whaleback" originated here; and iron and wooden ships, launches and small pleasure craft are also made.

  • In this vicinity, too, are several yards for building yachts, launches and other boats.

  • A large local traffic is carried on by steam launches on the lakes during the season of open navigation; and vessels have even been introduced on some of the lakes and rivers of the far north, principally in connexion with the timber trade.

  • Five launches built in the Royal Indian Marine Docks, Bombay, in 1905, at a cost of 6o,ooo rupees each, of about 8o tons.

  • Launches ply regularly from Moulmein to the mouth of the Yonzalin, in Lower Burma.

  • It is quite certain that steam launches could ply over very long sections of the river above that, perhaps as far as the Kaw ferry, or even the Kunlong ferry.

  • The navy in 1906 consisted of only three small cruisers on the Caribbean coast, and two cruisers, two gunboats, one troopship and two steam launches on the Pacific. There was also one small gunboat on the Magdalena.

  • The Chapare, Secure and Chimore, tributaries of the Mamore, are navigable for launches up to the base of the mountains, to within 130 m.

  • to the port of Reyes for launches in the dry season and larger craft in the wet one.

  • Atmospheric profiles will be measured using tethered balloon and radiosonde launches.

  • The OKO spy satellite system reports multiple US missile launches.

  • Period Property UK launches online first for private sellers.

  • Went through Marsh Lock with a three year old boat that was a replica of the Andrews slipper launches.

  • Next spring, he launches a new line of watches.

  • Zondervan launches first Africa Bible Commentary The first Bible commentary written exclusively by African theologians has been launched in Kenya.

  • Max launches a tirade against Boyd 's would be in-laws.

  • JPi launches new website with integrated booking engine for Farm Stay UK.

  • In the world of startups, very few huge launches result in hugely successful companies.

  • Large companies do large product launches, and that is appropriate because they have the money, the platform, prior testing and the momentum.

  • This includes things like camping, use of boat launches and swimming.

  • So you do and the Warthog ramps and launches into the hanger and everyone goes tumbling out.

  • MSU's program will only accommodate 80 students when the program launches, but it may grow in response to high demand.

  • Indiana Jones and the Staff of Kings launches on June 9, 2009 on the Nintendo Wii, Nintendo DS, Sony PSP, and Sony PlayStation 2.

  • Using acrobatic ninja-like moves, the Prince cartwheels, kicks, wields dual weapons, launches from walls and runs over top enemies in a truly cinematic (and Matrix-esque) style that will have your eyes bugged out for half the game.

  • Red Steel won't have a monopoly on the shoot-em-up market when the Nintendo Wii launches.

  • Their World Series of Poker game launches on multiple platforms to allow players to recreate that WSOP feel on their own video game systems and computers.

  • Initial consumers each purchased an average of three games with their Xbox systems, making it one of the most successful video game system launches in history.

  • Boat Launch: Boat launches have fees ranging between $5 and $8 depending on the location.

  • This may or may not come to pass and even if the Curve launches with Verizon, it will not be identical to the version sold by AT&T, simply because of the difference between CDMA and GSM.

  • When the iPhone is connected to a computer via a standard USB cable, iTunes usually launches automatically.

  • Multitasking: Mobile operating systems have had multitasking for years; however, Apple launches a limited and refined multitasking experience that will not drain battery life or cause sluggish performance.

  • The suspension of iPhone 4 sales will have many effects on future pre-ordering policies and product launches, not just with smartphones, but also other technology products.

  • Jheri knew the business side, having had a hand in the launches of Jheri Redding Products Co., Redken, and Jhirmack Enterprises.

  • If he's Brian Fitterer, he launches a line of swim wear whose designs are named after the most beautiful celebrities in the world.

  • The customizable Clone Commander Blaster launches soft NERF darts and can be assembled in more ways than one.

  • This upscale manufacturing is what launches designer names into the category of "luxury goods".

  • There's even an iPhone app that will alert you when there are new launches where you can flip through the styles, keep up with the community, and participate in contests.

  • Celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Santos de Cartier watch, Cartier launches this incredible timepiece for Gents.

  • Serenading to the savvy generation, tag heuer launches this new look and advanced timepiece making a difference with attitude.

  • Engineered with sophistication, Tag Heuer Link ladies launches women's watches adding a tinge of modern style.

  • The Fox ratings juggernaut launches musical careers with every season.

  • The Wizard Hunters launches the trilogy, with Nicholas Valiarde's playgirl daughter Tremaine contemplating suicide.

  • When the pods are retracted, launches and landings are not possible.

  • Use the intuitive search engine to find the best products for specific skin types,or simply read the "What's New" reviews to get the scoop on the most innovative new skin care launches.

  • Every season, OPI launches a new palette of sumptuous colors.

  • Koi launches a new product line once or twice per year.

  • Once it's completed the software launches and defaults into code editor mode.

  • The question of whether to use free vs. paid website hosting is one that comes up any time someone designs and launches a new website.

  • October 1994: President Bill Clinton launches the Whitehouse.gov website.

  • July 1995: Jeff Bezos launches "Amazon.com" an online bookstore, which 15 years later sells everything from books to cereal.

  • August 1995: Microsoft Corporation launches Internet Explorer with Windows 95.

  • September 1998: Search engine giant Google launches its services from a garage in California.

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