Admiral Nelson


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Noun1.Admiral Nelson - English admiral who defeated the French fleets of Napoleon but was mortally wounded at Trafalgar (1758-1805)Admiral Nelson - English admiral who defeated the French fleets of Napoleon but was mortally wounded at Trafalgar (1758-1805)
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The company's brands include Admiral Nelson, at about 830,000 cases, and Blackheart, at 75,000 cases and growing after just four years in the market.
Our most popular ram is Captain Morgan Spiced Rum," affirms Alex Vaughn, liquor associate at Liquor Mart in Boulder, Colorado; that's followed by Bacardi and Admiral Nelson.
Price includes Private coach travel from your local area Two nights' stay with three course evening meal & cooked breakfast Visit to the Imperial War Museum Duxford for the Battle or Britain Anniversary Air Show Visit to Bletchley Park 40th Anniversary of the HMS Victory & The Mary Rose 5 September 2015 3 days from PS189 Over 35 years, HMS Victory took part in five naval battles - Trafalgar being the most famous and last, in which she carried Vice Admiral Nelson to victory in 1805.
1797: Admiral Nelson was wounded in the right arm by grapeshot.
Admiral Nelson in the time of the explorer the 2nd Baron supposedly strolled the lawn resulting in it been dubbed the Quaterdeck.
The 6ft 1in Norfolk-born Adeyemi began professional life with hometown club Norwich after being educated at the city's fee-paying co-educational school, whose famous former pupil is Admiral Nelson, one of the biggest figures in British history.
1794 BRITISH naval hero Admiral Nelson did not meet his Waterloo, but he lost his right eye at the siege of Calvi in Corsica.
He cast his mother in the role of the deli customer who asked for whatever Meg Ryan, inset, BRITISH naval hero Admiral Nelson did not meet his Waterloo, but he lost his right eye at the siege of Calvi in Corsica.
The Magpies have collected 11 French players in their squad and like a modern-day Admiral Nelson, Shearer has decided to head into battle with the French, except instead of Napoleon he's attacking the rather less objectionable Yohan Cabaye.
A WILL written by Admiral Nelson before a decisive battle could sell for more than PS25,000 at auction.
Dr Joe in quoting Admiral Nelson was merely referring to a widely used euphemism about the blindness of some people to the obvious.
1797: Admiral Nelson was wounded in the right arm by grapeshot during an unsuccessful British attempt to take the well-defended city of Santa Cruz de Tenerife.