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Greece responded by sending its own ships to trail Turkey’s vessels.
Early in Quantum Reality, Baggott likens science to a ship that travels back and forth over the “Sea of Representation” from the rocky shores of Empirical Reality to the sandy beaches of Metaphysical Reality.
In the Americas, there has been a series of recent attacks against oil platforms and ships in Mexico’s Bay of Campeche.
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In the DTC world especially it seems like for whatever reason the media buyers are the ones running the ship and making a lot of decisions on strategy.
One module ferries the crew to the moon’s surface from a larger ship in orbit.
It remains to be seen whether manager Brendan Rodgers can right the ship and get Leicester over the line.
Today’s supply chain consists of fleets of ships, trucks, warehouses, and importantly, people scattered around the world.
The most prevalent setting among reported clusters is in households, and the largest clusters occurred aboard ships.
By contrast, passengers who had travelled in the first-class sections of ships were not quarantined.
On the other hand, increased trading also demanded specialized merchant ships or kaupskip that were broader with high freeboards, and depended on their greater sail-power.

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