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Nicholas copublished a widely shared 2017 report on personal carbon use, which found that living car- and meat-free, having one fewer child, and taking fewer transatlantic flights have the biggest impact.
With her teenage daughter in a school she loves in New York, Dumezweni wants to officially become a transatlantic actor in the near future, splitting her time between the city and London.
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For more than 250 years, the trade in cochineal insects was a driver of the Spanish Empire’s transatlantic trade.
Foreign varieties are used only to a limited extent, being chiefly confined to those of transatlantic birth and tastes.
He evidently avoided taking a share in the discussion of his Transatlantic career, probably from delicacy to his English auditor.
A training in transatlantic liberty is necessary for their appreciation.
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Transatlantic journeys these days aren't what they used to be before America went into the war.
Edward Henry had once assisted, under very dramatic circumstances, at the departure of a Transatlantic liner from Liverpool.
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No such thing as the sailing of an ocean steamship with a pleasure-party on a long transatlantic cruise had ever occurred before.
But, during the past few years, a new sensation had been added to the life of the transatlantic traveler.

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