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On his return he again doubled cape Good Hope, which had long been regarded as the ne plus ultra of navigation.
The Steam Navigation Company built them, and many others of different sizes.
The variation in this interval is almost too trifling to be noticed for the purposes of common navigation.
Lauritz Seehus was promoted to be mate; in the winter he had been up to Bergen, and had passed in navigation.
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He had access to the ocean only in a latitude in which navigation is, during a great part of every year, perilous and difficult.
His writings are very numerous, and highly valuable for the purposes of navigation and geography.
Enrollment is the term used to describe the registry of a vessel engaged in coastwise or inland navigation or commerce.
The navigation of the air approaches it in character, but does not present the vital problems of undersea travel.
What Ontario lacks in salt water navigation is, however, made up by the busy traffic of the Great Lakes.
We have never had either steam or railways, because we have always known of electricity, and aerial navigation is natural to us.
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