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Every vessel of whatever nation or whatever may be its cargo that sails from the ports of England or from those of the English colonies or of countries occupied by English troops or is bound for England or for any of the English colonies or any country occupied by English troops becomes, by violating the present decree, a lawful prize and may be captured by our ships of war and adjudged to the captor.
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Every and vessel
Every vessel in coastal and offshore waters is subject to the International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea ( the COLREGS ).
Every naval fleet consists of a variety of ships of different sizes, and no fleet has enough resources to make every vessel supreme in its class.
Every vessel taking part in Green was to carry anti-aircraft weaponry indicating that the planners expected the Royal Air Force ( RAF ) to intercept them, although air cover from the Luftwaffe's West of France Air Command was to be provided as part of Sea Lion.
: Every vessel must at all times maintain a proper look-out by sight ( day shape or lights by eyes or visual aids ) and hearing ( sound signal or Marine VHF radio ) as well as by all available means ( e. g., Radar, Automatic Radar Plotting Aid ( ARPA ), Automatic Identification System ( AIS ), GMDSS ...) in order to make a full assessment of the situation and risk of collision.
Every such pipe or other means of conveyance, cock, vessel or utensil as mentioned, and all goods chargeable with a duty of excise or materials for the manufacture of such goods found therein, may be seized.
Every vessel of whatever nationality, which shall submit to be searched by an English vessel or shall consent to a voyage to England or shall pay any tax whatever to the English government, is ipso facto declared denationalized, loses the protection afforded by its flag, and becomes English property.
Every foreigner was strictly interrogated on landing as to what his business might be ; and if he had not a reasonable answer to give, he was sent back by the next vessel, and often very unceremoniously treated.
Every pipe or vessel is subject to heat loss when its temperature is greater than ambient temperature.
Every and whatever
Alston rejects traditional anarchist dogma and says " Every time I hear someone talk about my people as if we are just some ' working class ' or ' proletariat ' I want to get as far away from that person or group as possible, anarchist, Marxist, whatever " ( Beyond Nationalism, but Not Without It ).
Section 12 ( 2 ) of Chapter 5 of the Constitution of Ghana provides that, " Every person in Ghana, whatever his race, place of origin, political opinion, colour, religion, creed or gender shall be entitled to the fundamental human rights and freedoms of the individual contained in this Chapter but subject to respect for the rights and freedoms of others and for the public interest.
The Swiss Diet had to adopt this resolution on 11 March 1499: " Every canton shall impress upon its soldiers that when the Confederates are under arms together, each one of them, whatever his canton, shall obey the officers of the others.
For two years, in a Western Europe where revolutionary elements were seeking a road to revolution to provide decisive aid to the USSR, the Sinistra-led CPI was the foremost edge of the politics of “ Bolshevism, A Plant for Every Clime .” Amongst the trade unions, it carried out a strenuous campaign to construct a real united front-not of parties-of the working masses whatever their political loyalties ; it fought no less strenuously against social-democratic reformism that misled the workers with its illusory pacifism and legalism ; it openly confronted fascism, which it described as the reaction of industrial and agrarian capital to a worldwide economic crisis and the militancy of the proletariat, and not a feudal phenomenon as would be averred later by Stalinists ; it built a defensive military apparatus against reaction and did not have to rely on such organizations as the “ Arditi del Popolo ”, a formation of spurious and uncertain nature ; and during all those years marked by the reflux of the postwar revolutionary wave, the party maintained an international and internationalist stance, criticizing from the outset the rise of localism or autonomous actions and, above all else, the moves subordinating the International itself to Russian national needs.
In 1999 Burgess and his wife, Sandra Puanani Burgess, created the Aloha for All website, www. Aloha4all. org to spread their message that ' Aloha is for everyone ': Every citizen of Hawaii is entitled to the equal protection of the laws whatever his or her ancestry.
Every and nation
Every natural-born citizen of a foreign state who is also an American citizen and every natural-born American citizen who is a citizen of a foreign land owes a double allegiance, one to the United States, and one to his homeland ( in the event of an immigrant becoming a citizen of the US ), or to his adopted land ( in the event of an emigrant natural born citizen of the US becoming a citizen of another nation ).
* Every formal address or message " to the nation " or to either or both Houses of the Oireachtas must have prior approval of the Government.
During the 1999 NATO bombing of Yugoslavia, Friedman wrote the following in The New York Times: " Like it or not, we are at war with the Serbian nation ( the Serbs certainly think so ), and the stakes have to be very clear: Every week you ravage Kosovo is another decade we will set your country back by pulverizing you.
Every pagan nation had ( and has ) not only its state religion, but another into which the philosophic elect alone have gained entrance.
Every child knows that a nation which ceased to work, I will not say for a year, but even for a week, would perish.
Nationalism thus provides a form through which " Every oppressed population can become a nation, a photographic negative of the oppressor nation " and that " There's no earthly reason for the descendants of the persecuted to remain persecuted when nationalism offers them the prospect of becoming persecutors.
Every maritime nation had its ships reporting to Maury at the National ( later Naval ) Observatory in Washington D. C.
Theodore Roosevelt uttered a phrase more similar to Churchill's in an address to the Naval War College on June 2, 1897, following his appointment as Assistant Secretary of the Navy: " Every man among us is more fit to meet the duties and responsibilities of citizenship because of the perils over which, in the past, the nation has triumphed ; because of the blood and sweat and tears, the labor and the anguish, through which, in the days that have gone, our forefathers moved on to triumph.
Every year, TCBY offers mothers across the nation a free frozen yogurt on Mother's Day, and fathers a free frozen yogurt on Father's Day.
' Every nation needs in its capital city a great church to express its belief in the things of the spirit ', said Archbishop Reginald Owen, the Bishop of Wellington and sixth Archbishop of New Zealand.
* Hillary Clinton said on September 13, 2001: " Every nation has to either be with us, or against us.
Every nation card includes their Alliance ratings, which determine how easily good or evil nations can ally with it.
Every Latin-American nation has donated national vestments for the fifteenth century statue of the Virgin, which is housed in the chapel.
Every February, on or near Roybal's birthday, the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials ( NALEO ) hosts the Edward R. Roybal Legacy Gala in Washington, D. C., as a tribute to the contributions he made to the nation, to NALEO and to the NALEO Educational Fund, of which he was the Founder Emeritus.
Every 19 September, in all public buildings at Mexico City and all the nation the civil protection authorities conduct evacuation drills to evaluate the evacuation response in the case of an earthquake.
President of the United States George W. Bush addressed the United Nations, stating, " Every civilized nation has a responsibility to stand up for people suffering under a brutal military regime like the one that has ruled Burma for so long.
Every and may
Every dream, and this is true of a mental image of any type even though it may be readily interpreted into its equivalent of wakeful thought, is a psychic phenomenon for which no explanation is available.
* Revised Code of Washington 9. 12. 010: " Every person who brings on his or her own behalf, or instigates, incites, or encourages another to bring, any false suit at law or in equity in any court of this state, with intent thereby to distress or harass a defendant in the suit, or who serves or sends any paper or document purporting to be or resembling a judicial process, that is not in fact a judicial process, is guilty of a misdemeanor ; and in case the person offending is an attorney, he or she may, in addition thereto be disbarred from practicing law within this state.
Disraeli wrote a personal letter to Gladstone, asking him to place the good of the party above personal animosity: " Every man performs his office, and there is a Power, greater than ourselves, that disposes of all this ..." In responding to Disraeli Gladstone denied that personal feelings played any role in his decision then and previously to accept office, while acknowledging that there were differences between him and Derby " broader than you may have supposed.
Every person should be identified uniquely as resident in one place but where they happen to be on census day, their de facto residence, may not be the best place to count them.
According to Every, one example may be " the myth of St. George " and other stories about saints battling dragons, which were " modelled no doubt in many cases on older representations of the creator and preserver of the world in combat with chaos ".
Cobham was a common butt of veiled satire in Elizabethan popular literature ; he figures in Ben Jonson's Every Man in His Humour and may have been part of the reason The Isle of Dogs was suppressed.
Every convict detained in a TBS-clinic may get temporary leave, after serving a certain time or after some progress in treatment.
Every RFC is submitted as plain ASCII text and is published in that form, but may also be available in other formats.
The last two lines of the Act IV-scene 2 funeral song may also have inspired the lines W. H. Auden, the librettist for Stravinsky's The Rake's Progress, puts into the mouth of Anne Truelove at the end of the opera: " Every wearied body must late or soon return to dust ".
Every compact Hausdorff space is also locally compact, and many examples of compact spaces may be found in the article compact space.
*: Articles 19 and 23 of the constitution provides, " Every person of I-Kiribati descent ... shall ... become or have and continue to have thereafter the right to become a citizen of Kiribati .... Every person of I-Kiribati descent who does not become a citizen of Kiribati on Independence Day ... shall, at any time thereafter, be entitled upon making application in such manner as may be prescribed to be registered as a citizen of Kiribati.
Every first Friday of the month, a trolley travels around Washington Street at different cafes and shops as artists showcase different pieces and may include auctions. This neighboorhod is scattered with urban blight ( within the residential section, from Caroll St east to the Brandywine Highway ).
Every non-inner automorphism yields a non-trivial element of Out ( G ), but different non-inner automorphisms may yield the same element of Out ( G ).
Every gap sequence that contains 1 yields a correct sort ; however, the properties of thus obtained versions of Shellsort may be very different.
Every Dean of the Faculty ( equivalent to a Provost at most universities ) has always been an active-duty brigadier general, although technically, a civilian may hold the position.
The directive declared, " Every military commander has the responsibility to oppose discriminatory practices affecting his men and their dependents and to foster equal opportunity for them, not only in areas under his immediate control, but also in nearby communities where they may live or gather in off-duty hours.
From the Constitution of Lithuania, Article 32 ( 4 ): " Every Lithuanian person may settle in Lithuania.
Every kid is rated in running, batting, fielding, and pitching and has personality quirks that may affect the team.
Every late July ( ending on the last Saturday of July and beginning 10 days previous ) it hosts what may be the world's largest free-admission fair.
Every 5 years the JNCC coordinates a compulsory review of schedules 5 and 8 to add new species that may need protection ( Legislation. gov. uk, 2010 ).