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Cabot turned back to the men and he was drunk with the thing they would do, wild to break from the cloying warmth of the saloon into the cold of the ebbing night.
from Brown Corpus
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When navigation became difficult, Cabot turned back, but only after obtaining some silver objects that the Indians said came from a land far to the west.
Cabot and back
In 1517, Sir Sebastian Cabot and Sir Thomas Pert visited the islands on their way back from their exploration of Brazilian waters.
* Whaling Wall – Painting of Isles of Shoals Humpbacks created by Robert Wyland, situated on the back of Cabot House Furniture.
In 1508-09 Sebastian Cabot followed in his father's footsteps by leading one of the first expeditions to find a North-West passage, and indeed claimed to have found one, but was forced to turn back by his crew.
Cabot sent one ship back to Spain, with his reports, accusations against the mutineers, and requests for further aid.
EMI engineers Cabot Bull and Sidney Rodda improved the Harries design with a pair of beam plates, connected to the cathode, which directed the electron streams into two narrow areas and also acted like a suppressor grid to deflect some secondary electrons back to the anode.
EMI engineers Cabot Bull and Sidney Rodda improved the Harries design with a pair of beam plates, connected to the cathode, which directed the electron streams into two narrow areas and also acted like a suppressor grid to redirect some secondary electrons back to the anode.
The origin of its name can be traced back to the year 1530, with the return to Spain of Sebastian Cabot, who had left the continent earlier that year, in January, leaving Lieutenant Francisco Maldonado near Maldonado's bay.
Cabot and men
Sailing upriver, Cabot and his men traded freely with the Guaraní tribes until a strong force of Agaces Indians attacked them.
In this plan, Tung's men would assassinate Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge Jr. and other key officials among the confusion.
The Thorne family were wealthy Bristol merchants, friends of men like John Cabot and known to royalty.
Expeditions left Bristol in 1480 and 1481 to search for the island ; and a letter written by Pedro de Ayala, shortly after the return of John Cabot ( from his expedition in 1497 ), reports that land found by Cabot had been " discovered in the past by the men from Bristol who found Brasil ".
Cabot and was
Alexander Emmanuel Rodolphe Agassiz ( December 17, 1835 – March 27, 1910 ), son of Louis Agassiz and stepson of Elizabeth Cabot Agassiz, was an American scientist and engineer.
Tourism in particular has grown throughout the post-Second World War era, especially the growth in vehicle-based touring, which was furthered by the creation of the Cabot Trail scenic drive.
While on a trip to England in 1810, Newburyport merchant Francis Cabot Lowell was allowed to tour the British textile factories, but not take notes.
John Stevens Cabot Abbott ( September 19, 1805 – June 17, 1877 ), an American historian, pastor, and pedagogical writer, was born in Brunswick, Maine to Jacob and Betsey Abbott.
Abbott soon abandoned the legal profession, however, and after studying theology with his uncle, John Stevens Cabot Abbott, was ordained a minister of the Congregational Church in 1860.
She granted a royal charter to the Muscovy Company, whose first governor was Sebastian Cabot, and commissioned a world atlas from Diogo Homem.
Reed was a member of the social circle that included intellectuals and politicians Sen. Henry Cabot Lodge, Theodore Roosevelt, Henry Adams, John Hay and Mark Twain.
Biographers Robert Caro and W. Marvin Watson offer a different perspective ; they write that the Kennedy campaign was desperate to win what was forecast to be a very close race against Richard Nixon and Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr .. Johnson was needed on the ticket to help carry Texas and the Southern states.
The Canadian portion ( shore end system ) was laid off Nova Scotia by the Teleglobe cable ship CS John Cabot.
Though European mariners, such as John Cabot and Alonso Sanchez in the 15th Century and the Norse 500 years still earlier, explored the Gulf of St. Lawrence the first European explorer known to have sailed up the St. Lawrence River itself was Jacques Cartier, during his second trip to Canada in 1535, with the help of Iroquoian chief Donnacona's two sons.
American politicians such as Henry Cabot Lodge, William McKinley, and Theodore Roosevelt advocated an aggressive foreign policy, but the administration of President Grover Cleveland was unwilling to pursue such actions.
He was followed by other explorers such as John Cabot, who reached Newfoundland and was sponsored by England.
Biographers Robert Caro and W. Marvin Watson offer a different perspective ; they write that the Kennedy campaign was desperate to win what was forecast to be a very close 1960 election against Richard Nixon and Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr .. Johnson was needed on the ticket to help carry Texas and the Southern states.
Until the early 2000s when its economy was tied to the steel industry, Sydney had been overlooked as a tourist destination, with the more centrally located scenic village of Baddeck being a preferred location for tourists transiting the Cabot Trail, however Sydney has recently witnessed a revival as a result of significant government investment in cruise ship facilities and a waterfront revitalization plan which has seen a boardwalk and marinas constructed, and the world's largest fiddle.
In the early years of the 20th century the term auto trail was used for a marked highway route, and trail is now also used to designate routes, including highway routes, designated for tourist interest ( e. g. National Historic Trails, the Cabot Trail and Quilt Trail ).
Directed by Fritz Lang, the film was released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and stars Spencer Tracy, Sylvia Sidney and Bruce Cabot and features Walter Abel, Edward Ellis and Walter Brennan.
Nhu was aware of the plots, but remained confident he could outmanoevre them, and began to plot a counter-coup, as well as the assassinations of U. S. Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr. and other American and opposition figures.
Cabot and with
The Cabot Trail is a scenic road circuit around and over the Cape Breton Highlands with spectacular coastal vistas ; over 400, 000 visitors drive the Cabot Trail each summer and fall.
Similarly, TV heroine Jessica Fletcher of Murder, She Wrote is confronted with bodies wherever she goes, but over the years corpses have also piled up in the streets of Cabot Cove, Maine, where she lives.
* The Boy Next Door ( 2002 ) by Meg Cabot is a romantic comedy novel dealt with entirely by emails sent among the characters.
In 1903, Amundsen led the first expedition to successfully traverse Canada's Northwest Passage between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans ( something explorers had been attempting since the days of Christopher Columbus, John Cabot, Jacques Cartier, and Henry Hudson ), with six others in a 45-ton fishing vessel, Gjøa.
Refusing to join other Mugwumps in supporting Grover Cleveland, the Democratic nominee, he debated with his friend Henry Cabot Lodge the pros and cons of staying loyal.
In 1919, Wilson engaged in an intense fight with Henry Cabot Lodge and the Republican-controlled Senate over giving the League of Nations power to force the U. S. into a war.
Over time, many movie stars began voice acting in movies, with one of the earliest examples being The Jungle Book, which counted among its cast contemporary stars such as Phil Harris, Sebastian Cabot, Louis Prima, George Sanders and Sterling Holloway.
Cabot High School has recently completed a remodeling process which includes a large new fine arts center, designed with the input from the directors of the band, choir, theatre, forensics, and art programs.
In February 1953, Henry Cabot Lodge Jr. was named U. S. ambassador to the United Nations by President Eisenhower, with his office elevated to Cabinet level rank.
Despite fame and fortune, Jessica remains a resident of Cabot Cove, a cozy coastal town in Maine, and maintains her links with all of her old friends, never letting her success go to her head.
Murder occurs with great regularity in her vicinity ( so improbably often that the mystery term " Cabot Cove syndrome " was eventually coined to describe the constant appearance of dead bodies in remote locations ).
Trading with the Guaraní near today's Asunción, Cabot acquired silver trinkets, and these objects gave rise to the name Río de la Plata, " river of silver ".
The Cabot Trail is now advertised with its start and end-point in Baddeck, bypassing the traditional western approach to the Cabot Trail through Judique, Port Hood, Inverness and Margaree Harbour, and thus decreasing tourism traffic on the Ceilidh Trail.
A famous confrontation was the 1952 Senate election in Massachusetts where Irish Catholic John F. Kennedy defeated WASP Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr. By the 1980s, the liberal Rockefeller Republican wing of the party was marginalized, with the dominance of the Southern and Western conservative Republicans.
This coastal route along the Gulf of St. Lawrence is located on the west coast of Cape Breton Island in Inverness County and runs from the Canso Causeway in Port Hastings to Margaree Harbor where it intersects with the Cabot Trail.
Included among his students were Henry Cabot Lodge, who worked closely with Adams as a graduate student.