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Maritime insurance began in 1323 in Portugal, and between 1336 and 1341 the first attempts at maritime expansion are made, with the expedition to Canary Islands, sponsored by King Afonso IV.
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In 2003, Manulife Financial Corporation and John Hancock Financial Services, Inc. and ( including its Canadian subsidiary Maritime Life ) announced that their Boards of Directors had each unanimously agreed to a tax – free stock – for – stock merger of the companies creating a leading global insurance franchise.
Maritime and began
The power of Pisa as a mighty maritime nation began to grow and reached its apex in the 11th century when it acquired traditional fame as one of the four main historical Maritime Republics of Italy ().
It began operation in 1976 as Southwind Maritime Center and is one of three public ports operated by the state of Indiana.
Camping, which began in Michilimackinac State Park in 1907, was halted in 1971 as a Maritime Park was opened in 1972 around the lighthouse.
At that time, the AMSA and the Australian Institute for Maritime Archaeology ( AIMA ) began a collaboration to draft a new standard for scientific diving.
For these reasons, the International Maritime Organization ( IMO ), a United Nations agency specializing in safety of shipping and preventing ships from polluting the seas, began looking at ways of improving maritime distress and safety communications.
Maritime trade began with safer coastal trade and evolved with the manipulation of the monsoon winds, soon resulting in trade crossing boundaries such as the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal.
The immigration history of Australia began with the initial human migration to the continent around 50, 000 years ago when the ancestors of Australian Aborigines arrived on the continent via the islands of Maritime Southeast Asia and New Guinea.
For instance, against the intentions of those who framed the constitution, the provinces began to regard themselves as homogeneous communities, each with a right to a certain amount of self-governance founded on a co-sovereign crown, a notion that was eventually cemented in the 1882 Judicial Committee of the Privy Council case of Maritime Bank vs. Receiver-General of New Brunswick.
Texas A & M University Galveston began in 1962 as a marine laboratory and as the home of the Texas Maritime Academy.
The government stood by the principle that military action was permitted only under civilian control, but in recognition that delay for consultation might prove dangerous, ships of the Maritime Self-Defense Force ( MSDF ) began to be armed with live torpedoes, and fighter-interceptors were allowed to carry missiles at all times.
After the Korean War ended, the Japan Self-Defense Forces were formed, and Japan Maritime Self-Defense Forces ships began to homeport in Sasebo.
After WWII fishing inspections and sea measuring began again and the first dedicated Greenland command was erected, called the " Greenland Maritime Command ", located at Nuuk ().
The Marine Electric began its life as a T2 tanker, constructed for the United States Maritime Commission.
Rumors began to swirl that a live band would be taken on the road for the first time but these rumors never materialized as Mike again rejoined Joan of Arc and became a touring member of both Maritime and Aloha.
They were, however, forced to abandon this plan as the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force began a pursuit of the kidnappers ' boat.
Maritime and Portugal
In Portugal, the coast guard role is performed by several government agencies that, together, form the Sistema de Autoridade Marítima ( Maritime Authority System ) or SAM.
For decades Portugal had been searching for an alternate route to the East, in order to bypass the Mediterranean Sea which was under the control of the Italian Maritime Republics and the Ottoman Empire.
The earliest form of Bell Beaker called the Maritime Bell Beaker probably originated in the vibrant copper -- using communities of the Tagus estuary in Portugal around 2800-2700 BC and spread from there to many parts of western Europe.
The Permanent Commission of International Maritime Law gave sovereignty of the Savage Islands to Portugal on 15 February 1938.
* 1881 – During a meeting of the Maritime Signalization Commission the Spanish government requested that Portugal cooperate with the installation of a lighthouse on the islands.
* 1938 – The Permanent Commission of International Maritime Law declares Portugal as the legitimate sovereign over the islands on February 15.
But the alliance with Portugal forced a major change in Allied strategy: the Maritime Powers now found themselves committed to extensive campaigning in Spain, with one army based in Lisbon, another based to the east in Catalonia.