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In the first trial an inert substance was disseminated from a boat travelling some ten miles off shore under appropriately selected meteorological conditions.
In ancient times, navigation through the sea was easier than travelling across the rough terrain of the Greek mainland ( and to some extent the coastal areas of Anatolia ).
During the Second Boer War on 15 November 1899, Winston Churchill, then a war-correspondent, was travelling on board an armoured train when it was ambushed by Boer commandos.
In October 1943, shortly before he was to be arrested by the German police, Niels Bohr escaped to Sweden with his family, later travelling to London and on to work on the Manhattan Project.
The sole survivor ( Cindy Mosey ) was travelling with her family and the other from Nelson to Wellington to attend a gymnastics competition.
Stone ( 1847 – 1938 ), a leading American silversmith, was born, trained and worked in Sheffield, England, and Edinburgh, Scotland, before travelling to the United States in 1884.
Reinhard Heydrich was killed after an attack by British trained Czechoslovak soldiers on behalf of the Czechoslovak government in exile in Operation Anthropoid, and knowledge from decoded transmissions allowed the U. S. to carry out a targeted attack, killing Japanese Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto while he was travelling by plane.
In Roman times, it was a significant port for travelling between Anatolia and Europe.
Considered a " dogfight Sparrow ", the AIM-7E-2 was intended to be used at shorter ranges where the missile was still travelling at high speeds, and in the head-on aspect, making it much more useful in the visual limitations imposed on the engagements.
In 1824, Disraeli toured Belgium and the Rhine Valley with his father and later wrote that it was while travelling on the Rhine that he decided to abandon the law: " I determined when descending those magical waters that I would not be a lawyer.
The other part of his solution was to insure the ships of grain merchants who were willing to risk travelling to Egypt in the off-season.
In 1869, German physicist Johann Hittorf was first to realize that something must be travelling in straight lines from the cathode to cast the shadows.
While travelling south along the north Queensland coast, the Gothenburg encountered a cyclone-strength storm and was wrecked on a section of the Great Barrier Reef.
The second run was even faster ; as K7 passed the start of the measured kilometre, she was travelling at over.
However, the area in the centre of the course, where Bluebird was travelling at peak speed on her return run was calm, and not disturbed by the wash from the first run, which had not had time to be reflected back on the course.
Bailey died at age 53 when the plane in which he was travelling, United Airlines Flight 175, crashed into the World Trade Center in New York City during the September 11 attacks.
Shortly afterward, Nayler was attacked by thieves while travelling home to his family, and died.
The engine was intended to switch from jet propulsion to pure rocket propulsion at 26 – 32 km high, by which time the craft would be travelling at Mach 5 to 7.

was and reporter
He commented -- thoughtfully, a reporter told us -- that it was `` not too important for the individual how he ends up ''.
It was a somewhat unusual thing for a reporter to have a contract in those days before the epidemic of syndicated columnists.
But last week, when a reporter was standing near Mantle's locker, Mickey walked up and volunteered an anecdote.
* A scene in Professione: reporter, a film directed by Michelangelo Antonioni, was filmed on the roof of the building.
He was the first reporter for the Arkansas supreme court and also wrote a book ( published anonymously ), titled The Arkansas Form Book, which was a guidebook for lawyers.
After finishing her first book, in 1997, Hesser was hired as a food reporter for The New York Times.
John Altschuler, formerly a writer for King of the Hill, told a Rolling Stone reporter that he saw signs that Mike Judge was thinking of reviving Beavis and Butt-Head.
Johnson, a Cincinnati-based reporter, had been recommended by his friend Charles Comiskey, former major league star with the St. Louis Browns in the 1880s, who was then managing the Cincinnati Reds.
In 1966, a reporter from the Daily Express newspaper traced Elsie, who was by then back in England.
Although his name and history were taken from his early life with his adoptive Earth parents, everything about Clark was staged for the benefit of his alternate identity: as a reporter for the Daily Planet, he receives late-breaking news before the general public, has a plausible reason to be present at crime scenes, and need not strictly account for his whereabouts as long as he makes his story deadlines.
Brandon Routh himself stated, in an HBO First Look interview that he was playing three characters ; Clark Kent, the reporter / farm boy ; Superman, the protagonist and savior of Metropolis ; and Kal-El, the Last Son of Krypton.
The names were reused in 1873 by a Committee of the British Association ( of which Everett was reporter ) that proposed using the centimetre-gram-second system for electrical and dynamical systems.
In 1931, when he was 16, Thomas left school to become a reporter for the South Wales Daily Post, only to leave under pressure 18 months later.
His involvement was quickly ruled out ; but an inexperienced wire service reporter ( Clyde Jabin of UPI by most accounts, Joe Frazier of AP by others ), rushing to meet an imminent deadline, confused the eliminated suspect's name with the pseudonym used by the hijacker.
He worked as a solicitor for much of that decade and became a reporter on children's panels and was involved with the Lanarkshire local authority.
" San Diego Union-Tribune reporter Erin Glass wrote that she " wonders at the vision of not just the artist Chihuly, but the wildly successful entrepreneur Chihuly whose estimated sales by 2004 was reported by The Seattle Times as $ 29 million.
It was Rohmer's contention that he based Fu Manchu and other " Yellow Peril " mysteries on real Chinese crime figures he knew during his time as a newspaper reporter covering Limehouse activities.
Richardson was suspended from duty for a month, and in the One Rule for One episode of Frontline, fictional reporter Martin di Stasio is suspended for a month for doing exactly the same thing.
His name was used for the character of the reporter in the original Superman story " The Reign of the Super-Man " in issue 3 of Science Fiction magazine.
" They wouldn't even consider getting out of bed for the $ 13m (£ 8m ) Goldman Sachs ' boss Lloyd Blankfein was paid last year ," writes Richard Anderson, a BBC Business reporter.
" Not able to speak English, her mother translated as she told a reporter her goal was to be a chess professional.
Following Kennedy's assassination in November 1963, Peel passed himself off as a reporter for the Liverpool Echo in order to attend the arraignment of Lee Harvey Oswald, and he and a friend can be seen in the footage of the 22 / 23 November midnight press conference at Dallas Police Department when Oswald was paraded before the media.

was and for
The best antidote for the bitterness and disappointment that poisoned him was hard work.
He didn't think it was possible for this couple to be pretending.
It must have hurt her even to walk, for the sole was completely off her left foot and Morgan saw that it was bruised and bleeding.
It was the only thing in his life for which he felt guilt.
He knew who was riding after him -- the men he had known all his life, the men who had worked for him, sworn their loyalty to him.
Still, I was disgusted with myself for agreeing with Montero's methods.
He was naked except for a clout.
Now under me I could see him for what he really was, a boy dressed up in streaks of paint.
Well, the grass was there, though in some places the ground was too steep for a cow to get to it.
But it was not easy for him and he often slipped.
Now, here was something of obvious importance to me, yet when I reached for the tickets he snatched them away from my hand.
It was, I felt, possible that they were men who, having received no tickets for that day, had remained in the hall, to sleep perhaps, in the corners farthest removed from the counter with its overhead light.
I was constantly searching for clues around the neighborhood of the hall.
No one was behind it, but in the rear wall of the office I noticed, for the first time, a door which had been left partially open.
Was I sure, he asked, that I knew what I was applying for??
At one and the same time, she was within it but still searching for the drawbridge that would give her entry.
That was the day that he had practically mopped up the main street of Big Sands with Aaron McBride, field boss for the Highlands Oil & Gas Company.
It was payday for Highlands, and he was packing a lot of money back into the oil fields.
I was just doing my job, just following orders, and for that he's going to kill me.
Somehow more terrible than the certainty that he was about to die was the knowledge that Lord would probably not suffer for it: the murder would go unpunished.
He was readying a batch of sourdough biscuits for the Dutch oven.

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