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  • Greenwich for nautical and international purposes. France, however, uses the meridian of the Paris observatory as its standard for all nautical and astronomical
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  • HopeHodgsonHodgson,_William Hopehodgson.jpg18771918An English author of many strange nautical tales, and supernatural stories. The Boats of the Glen Carrig (1907)
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  • Korzeniowski, Józef Teodor Konrad. He wrote stories and novels, many with a nautical setting, that depict trials of the human spirit in the midst of an impassive
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  • Light List is 15 nautical miles. Required: The luminous range when the meteorological visibility is (1) 11 nautical miles and (2) 1 nautical mile. Solution:
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  • value which varies with hull shape. Nautical and U.S. survey miles can be interconverted by the relationships: 1 nautical mile = 1.15077945 U.S. survey miles
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  • almanacs published annually by the United States Naval Observatory and H. M. Nautical Almanac Office, Royal Greenwich Observatory. The Astronomical Almanac precisely
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  • Chapter 2 - Geodesy and Datums in Navigation Chapter 3 - Nautical Charts Chapter 4 - Nautical Publications PART 2 — PILOTING Chapter 5 - Short Range Aids
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  • Outer limit: Arc of circle with Pond Island Light as center, radius 2 nautical miles. Inner limit: A line east and west (true) through Perkins Island
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  • ClarkRussellRussell,_William ClarkWilliamclarkrussell.jpg18441911American writer of nautical novels and horror stories Representative actors: a collection of criticisms
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  • _Gershom1879"Navigating officer and senior instructor New York Stat Nautical Schoolship 'Newport,' Late Nautical Expert, Hydrographic Office, U. S. N." --from The Whys
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  • vessel was always retained in an officer of the United States navy. The nautical school upon this vessel was established by the board of education of the
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  • DixonJohn WhitlyDixonDixon,_John Whitly18471932Captain in H. M. Royal Navy. Nautical Assessor to Court of Appeal since 1906. Conservator of the river Humber
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  • Practical Navigator — Chapter 3by the United States government A nautical chart represents part of the spherical earth on a plane surface. It shows
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  • The remainder of this chapter concentrates on sight reduction using the Nautical Almanac and Pub. No. 229, Sight Reduction Tables for Marine Navigation
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  • those in the Neighbourhood, with some Account of the Inhabitants, and nautical Remarks. Chapter III. The Passage from the Friendly Isles to the New Hebrides
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  • the energies of T. P. Cooke [q. v.] His ‘My Poll and my Partner Joe,’ a nautical drama in three acts, produced at the Surrey Theatre on 7 Sept. 1835, yielded
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  • BELAY (from the same O. Eng. origin as “lay”; cf. Dutch beleggen), a nautical term for making ropes fast round a pin. In earlier days the word was synonymous
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  • the navigation of naval and merchant vessels by providing nautical publications, nautical charts, and other navigational services. There were substantial
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  • Cosens18511922British civil engineer who specialised in seas and harbours. An author of nautical and piratical fiction. Wrote under the pseudonym Harry Collingwood.
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  • the production and correction of nautical charts. This chapter discusses the processes involved in producing a nautical chart, whether in digital or paper
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