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Fleet asked the same question about Bridget, and Lizzie pointed out that as far as she knew Bridget had gone up to her room before her father's murder and came down when she called her.
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Fleet and asked
He was offered the post of second-in-command of the Atlantic Fleet, but declined it and asked for one in the Home Fleet.
In March 1945, President Roosevelt ( who had been Assistant Secretary of the Navy during Wilson's administration and was involved in the four-star 1916 presidential flag design ) noted that the flags for the new ranks of Fleet Admiral and General of the Army both had five stars, and asked the Army and Navy Departments for suggestions.
When asked if he would rather play the 19, 600-seat Fleet Theater or the 900-seat Somerville Theater – both in Boston, Paul replied, " I prefer to keep it intimate.
Fleet and same
He was later introduced as an antihero of Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street and its film adaptation of the same name.
Much to his regret, the intervention proved disastrous with a power-hungry subordinate making Gill his puppet and causing the regime to adopt the same racial supremacist and genocidal ideologies of the original, forcing Star Fleet personnel to intervene directly to minimize the harm to the societies.
Coming as the same time as the defeat in the First World War, and the High Seas Fleet mutiny of 1918 which toppled the German monarchy, both of which were very traumatic events for Raeder, the years 1918-1919 were some of the most troubled in his life.
After the Z Plan was completed in the mid-1940s, Raeder's plans called for a " double pole strategy ", in which U-boats, Panzerschiffe and cruisers operating alone or in tandem would attack British commerce all over the globe, forcing the Royal Navy to divert ships all over the world to deal with these threats while at the same time two task forces of carriers, battleships, cruisers and destroyers would engage in frequent sorties into the North Sea, preferably from bases in Norway to destroy what remained of the British Home Fleet in a series of battles that would give Germany command of the sea.
Cabbage seeds traveled to Australia in 1788 with the First Fleet, and were planted the same year on Norfolk Island.
Around the same time, his father, who had opened an unsuccessful Latin-speaking coffee house at St John's Gate, was imprisoned for debt in Fleet Prison for five years.
* The 1979 musical " Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street " written by Stephen Sondheim and based upon Christopher Bond's 1973 play of the same name, begins with its protagonist, Sweeney Todd, returning to London in 1846 having spent fifteen years in an unnamed British penal colony in Australia.
On the same day, Ghazi was appointed Admiral of the Fleet in the Royal Iraqi Navy, Field Marshal of the Royal Iraq Army, and Marshal of the Royal Iraqi Air Force.
The ships of the Vogon Constructor Fleet were described as " impossibly huge yellow somethings " that " looked more like they had been congealed than constructed " and " hung in the air in much the same way that bricks don't " ( the colour being a parallel to bulldozers that demolish Arthur's house ); they are said to be undetectable to radar and capable of travel through hyperspace.
The Gateway, at the top of Inner Temple Lane on Fleet Street, is thought to have existed in the same location since the founding of the Temples by the Knights Templar.
Publishing started in Fleet Street around 1500 when William Caxton's apprentice, Wynkyn de Worde, set up a printing shop near Shoe Lane, while at around the same time Richard Pynson set up as publisher and printer next to St. Dunstan's church.
In 1977 the construction work began and at the end of the same year a former Fleet Air Arm airfield at Culham in the UK was selected as the site for the JET project.
The aviation division of the Royal Navy, the Fleet Air Arm ( FAA ) generally follow the same principles of naming as the RAF, but are instead prefixed with Royal Naval Air Station ( RNAS ), such as RNAS Yeovilton.
All but one of the Pacific Surfliner trains consist of double-decker Surfliner Cars which are similar to, but not the same as, Superliner cars ; the remaining trainset uses four or more of Amtrak's older single-level Horizon Fleet or Amfleet cars, either a GE P32-8WH ( Dash 8 ) or P42DC ( Genesis ) locomotive, and one of Amtrak's old F40PH locomotives which has been converted to an NPCU.
At the same time, Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto ( the commander of the Japanese Combined Fleet ) defeated U. S. naval forces in the Battle of the Santa Cruz Islands, driving them away from the area.
At the same time the Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm operated aircraft from RAF Coltishall over the North Sea.
He died at his home in Fleet Street, London and was buried in the same tomb as his friend and mentor Thomas Tompion in Westminster Abbey.
Many names on the island date from this time, and also from May of the same year when the island was visited by four ships of the First Fleet, HMS Supply, Charlotte, Lady Penrhyn and Scarborough when much of the plant and animal life was first recorded in the journals and diaries of visitors like David Blackburn, Master of the Supply.
Hugo Sperrle, chief of Luftflotte 3 ( Air Fleet Three ) arrived at the same HQ, disrupting staff work and leading Richthofen to explode with rage.
The site for Camp Campbell was selected on July 16, 1941, and the Title I Survey was completed November 15, 1941, coincidentally the same time the Japanese Imperial Fleet was leaving Japanese home waters for the attack on Pearl Harbor.
Both commands were headed by the same officer until 13 January 1958, when a separate officer was named to serve as Commander In Chief, Pacific Fleet.
High Admirals use the same rank badge, but only wear one code cylinder while Fleet Admirals wear two.
The closure of the NAS Brunswick air field was scheduled for just after the departure of VP-26, which leads directly to the disestablishment of Fleet Air Wing Five in March of the same year.
Fleet and question
The directive is regarded as " inviolable ," and any Star Fleet officer responding to a question regarding their prior actions with words to the effect of " I cannot reply due to the Temporal Prime Directive " would not normally be subject to censure, as long as some form of temporal instability had been sensed, however slight the signs.
Fleet and about
In 1987 the Navy consisted ( as it does now ) of the naval headquarters in Beijing ; three fleet commands – the North Sea Fleet, based at Qingdao, Shandong ; the East Sea Fleet, based at Ningbo ; and the South Sea Fleet, based at Zhanjiang, Guangdong – and about 2, 000 ships.
Khrushchev's 1958 suggestion of a joint Sino-Soviet fleet to counter the US 7th Fleet was angrily rejected by Mao Zedong, who told the Soviet ambassador " If you want to talk about joint cooperation, fine.
John Rushworth Jellicoe, admiral of the Grand Fleet, was perpetually nervous about the possibility of submarine or destroyer attacks on Scapa Flow, therefore starting in 1914 the base was reinforced with minefields, artillery, and concrete barriers.
The campaign quickly went viral and received national news media attention, and Lucasfilm issued a tongue-in-cheek statement about the matter which read, " The last time we checked in with Admiral Ackbar he was leading the Rebel Alliance Fleet on a critical mission so it will be difficult for him to show up for the games!
Most of the highest ground is formed by the masses of granite which have been intruded into the Ordovician and Silurian rocks ; the Criffel mass lies about Dalbeattie and Bengairn, another mass extends east and west between the Cairnsmore of Fleet and Loch Ken, another lies northwest and southeast between Loch Doon and Loch Dee and a small mass forms the Cairnsmore of Carsphairn.
In 1748, Cleland was arrested for an £ 840 debt ( equivalent to a purchasing power of about £ 100, 000 in 2005 ) and committed to Fleet Prison, where he remained for over a year.
* Charles Dickens: The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club, more commonly known as The Pickwick Papers ( talks about the journalism on Fleet Street ).
During the Munich Crisis of 1938, Admiral Sir Dudley Pound, the commander of the British Mediterranean Fleet, was concerned about the survival of the aircraft carrier in the face of Italian opposition in the Mediterranean.
" Bergstrom also credits the album for heavily influencing the likes of ELO, My Morning Jacket, Fleet Foxes and Grizzly Bear, as well as helping bring about the dream pop phenomenon.
Because the Moties learned about the Langston Field, enabling them to establish colonies independently, it seems the only option is to send the Fleet to eradicate the entire Motie species.
Author and First Fleet officer Watkin Tench, whose accounts are primary sources about the early years of the colony, never suggested that the epidemic may have been caused by Aborigines disturbing the grave of a French sailor who died shortly after arrival in Australia ( supposedly of smallpox ) and had been buried at Botany Bay.
Police specification models came about through Volvo ’ s extensive work alongside the users of the vehicles and Police Fleet Management departments.
Child was born in about 1630 and baptised in 1631, the second son of Richard Child a merchant of Fleet Street ( buried 1639 at Hackney ) and Elizabeth Roycroft of Weston Wick, Shropshire.
The James River Reserve Fleet consists of about 60 decommissioned U. S. Navy auxiliaries and warships anchored in Virginia's James River near Newport News.
The intention was to satisfy journalists on Fleet Street who regularly complained in print about the poor quality of service on the line ; those working on the morning papers often worked beyond midnight and missed the last train.
The results of the battle led to further discussion in the US Pacific Fleet about changes in tactical doctrine and the need for technical improvements, such as flashless powder.
** 173 Japanese carrier aircraft land at shore bases at Rabaul to reinforce about 200 Imperial Japanese Navy 11th Air Fleet aircraft already there.
* Not Just Ned: A true history of the Irish in Australia: an exhibition about the history and extraordinary influence of the Irish in Australia, from the arrival of the First Fleet in 1788 to the present ( March-July 2011 )
The Star Trek Star Fleet Technical Manual ( ISBN 0345340744, Ballantine Books 1975, reprinted 1986, 1996, 2006 ) is a fiction reference book by Franz Joseph Schnaubelt, about the workings of Starfleet, a military, exploratory, and diplomatic organization featured in the television series, Star Trek.
Having completed another successful operation, Yorktown, instead of returning to Pearl Harbor, steamed to the newly established Pacific Fleet anchorage at Majuro Atoll, arriving about 4 February 1944.
In 1994, Bank of Boston entered into discussions with Fleet about a potential merger but ultimately Fleet chose to merge with Shawmut in 1995.