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  • A 500 m (1,600 ft) exclusion zone was established around the wreck site, and any vessels entering the zones are liable to fines under New South Wales law of up to A$1.1 million, with additional fines and confiscation of equipment under Commonwealth law.
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  • Among the passengers on the Indiamen were a number of Royal Navy personnel, survivors of the shipwreck of the exploratory vessel HMS Porpoise off the coast of New South Wales the previous year.
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  • As the sinking battleship began to list to starboard, Gatt ordered Daisy 2 to be cut loose, his vessel becoming briefly caught on Royal Oak's rising anti-torpedo bulge and lifted from the sea before freeing herself.
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  • At graduation they have two options, a job in the maritime industry ashore or sailing aboard commercial vessels plus a naval reserve commission, or an active-duty commission in the United States Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, or Coast Guard as an ensign or second lieutenant.
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  • At the same time the British also took over a second Ottoman battleship, a King George V class-derived vessel being built by Vickers—Reshadiye—which was renamed HMS Erin.
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  • Cochrane returned to the coast off Barcelona in June 1801, and joined the 16-gun HMS Kangaroo in attacking a Spanish convoy of 12 merchant ships and 5 armed vessels anchored under the guns of a large tower.
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  • Criticism of the shipping companies and shipbuilders led to a series of conferences with insurers and mariners to seek safer designs for vessels.
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  • Divers from the Thai Navy were sent to search the capsized vessel for anyone trapped inside.
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  • During this deployment, on 21 June 1981, Melbourne rescued 99 Vietnamese refugees from a disabled fishing vessel in the South China Sea.
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  • Each of the three graving docks could accommodate ocean-going ships of up to 535 feet (163.1 m) in length and 64 feet (19.5 m) in beam, equivalent to vessels of 8,000 gross tons.
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  • Finally, the third naval vessel left in mid-September, its commander promising to return in three weeks—a promise he had no intention of keeping.
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  • From there she sailed for Haiti where Morris and an agent of the United States negotiated a settlement with Henri Christophe over the case of a captured vessel.
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  • Gray's fur trading mission had been financed by Boston merchants, who outfitted him with a private vessel named Columbia Rediviva; he named the river after the ship on May 18.
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  • Green seas were boarding the vessel and running the length of the deck.
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  • He appears to have been entrusted with the company's treasure, and made most major command decisions such as the direction of the ship and what vessels to attack.
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  • He captured a whaling vessel 80 miles (130 km) out at sea, and in a foul mood following the encounter with the Greyhound and the loss of his right hand man, Harris, tortured the captain before shooting him through the head.
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  • Hong Mai (1123–1202) used ancient Han Dynasty era vessels to debunk what he found to be fallacious descriptions of Han vessels in the Bogutu archaeological catalogue compiled during the latter half of Huizong's reign (1100–1125).
  • Wikipedia: Science and technology of the Song Dynasty
  • If the symptoms of delayed ischemia do not improve with medical treatment, angiography may be attempted to identify the sites of vasospasms and administer vasodilator medication (drugs that relax the blood vessel wall) directly into the artery.
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  • In total, the vessels of the Yamato-class contained 1,147 watertight compartments, of which 1,065 were beneath the armoured deck.
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  • Iowa and other vessels operating in the gulf were assigned to escort Kuwaiti tankers from Kuwaiti ports to the open sea, but because US law forbade military escorts for civilian ships flying a foreign flag, the tankers escorted by the United States were reflagged as US merchant vessels and assigned American names.
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  • Many environmentalists, as well as federal biologists and residents of the local community, were concerned about the potential for further ecological damage should the vessel leak any of the fuel oil that remained on board.
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  • Martins looked at the race from an entirely different approach and demonstrated that the Brazilian Navy was not ready for the disruptive influence of modern vessels.
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  • McDonald equipped this vessel for a further rescue attempt, which left on 12 July, but with the same negative result—the pack defeated them yet again.
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  • Memorabilia on sale include Christmas ornaments, T-shirts, coffee mugs, Edmund Fitzgerald beer, videos, and other items commemorating the vessel and its loss.
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  • Midodrine is an alpha-agonist and octreotide is an analogue of somatostatin, a hormone involved in regulation of blood vessel tone in the gastrointestinal tract.
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  • No stranger to controversy, Constitution experienced another episode when Assistant Secretary of the Navy Ernest Jahncke made comments doubting the ability of the modern US Navy to still sail a vessel of her type.
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