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  • in war. That exception is the 'Argonaut,' designed by Simon Lake and owned by the Lake Submarine Company. The 'Argonaut' is intended for peaceful pursuits
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  • 194) Portrait of Captain Alfred T. Mahan (p.195) Simon Lake - The Submarine Boat "Argonaut" and her Achievements (p.203) Ray Stannard Baker - A Voyage to
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  • the Darkness and the Depths Noah's Ark The Finishing Touch The Rock The Argonauts The Married Man The Triple Alliance Shovels and Bricks Extracts from Noah's
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  • pioneer in submarine boat construction, contemporary with Mr ]. P. Holland in the United States of America. His earliest boat, the “ Argonaut, ” was intended
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  • the purpose of easy transport, their density is therefore greatest. The Argonaut, Nautilus, and creatures of the like habits require as light shells as
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  • which had refilled the Lake Tritonis, that had borne the vessel of the Argonauts, had not only secured to France the monopoly of the traffic between Europe
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  • navies and had seen them culminate and decline. The adventures of the Argonauts and of Ulysses give a legendary and poetic picture of an " age of the
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  • Argonauts
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  • the gale? What mysterious compass directs the flotilla of the graceful Argonauts? Coming down from the Indian Ocean, and arriving off the stormy Cape,
    298 bytes (8,243 words) - 21:09, 20 August 2013
  • when found together, are usually the most incompatible. It required argonauts of the mind, tough pilots who refused to be either lost in their thoughts
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  • the gale? What mysterious compass directs the flotilla of the graceful Argonauts? Coming down from the Indian Ocean, and arriving off the stormy Cape,
    51 KB (8,465 words) - 05:59, 8 September 2009
  • bark." It is now, however, proved beyond the shadow of a doubt that the Argonaut is the testaceous part of the Ocythöe, and that the broad membranes which
    479 KB (72,897 words) - 15:24, 7 August 2013