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nautical chart

Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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In 2003, the Library purchased Waldseemuller's 1507 map from Prince Waldburg-Wolfegg in Baden-Wurttenberg, Germany, whose family owned it--and Waldseemuller's 1516 Carta Marina, a nautical map of the entire world--for many centuries.
To keep with the nautical theme, von Gootkin says he had the designers use in the background of the bottle a scan of a printed image of a Cape Cod nautical map.
The Dubai Boat Show 2012 is providing the stage for the showcasing of Limassol Marina - a new anchor for Cyprus set to make the coastline and waters of the Eastern Mediterranean the next fashionable destination on the nautical map.
He said: "Having Flash appear on the nautical map is very significant, as it means the project's legacy will live on for generations to come.
The image on the bottle and 4-pack depicts an old nautical map, compass rose and fictitious "Lost Continent" and the bottle's label is adorned with metallic gold trim and a top wrap of gold foil.
Also a bunk for sleeping Boat deck: The deck on which the lifeboats and other lifesaving gear are stored Bow: The front part of the ship Bridge: Raised platform from which a ship is controlled, located in the forward part of the ship Bulkhead: A watertight wall or upright partition separating the ship's compartments Chart: A nautical map used to navigate a ship Debark/Disembark: To leave a ship Draft: The distance between the surface of the sea and a ship's keel Embark: To go aboard a ship Fore & Aft: From the bow to the stern in a lengthways direction Galley: A ship's kitchen High Seas: The ocean beyond demarcated territorial limits Knot: One nautical mile per hour.
The captain's engineer, Jesudasyn, studies a nautical map while munching a chapati.
He bases his claim on a nautical map and a scroll drawn up in 1424, along with archaeological evidence.
The action toggles back and forth between happy scenes on land, and the ordeal at sea, which show Tami figuring out a way to stop the boat from sinking, then pulling a badly injured Richard from the waters and caring for his wounds while she tries to navigate, using nautical maps and her own desperate creativity.
His collection of nautical maps and orders detail where the huge Allied armada carrying more than 20,000 troops was to meet in the English Channel - an assembly area known as Piccadilly Circus.
This multichaptered, manifold constellation of videos, photographs, found objects, audio recordings, nautical maps, and digital prints casts the sea as the lead character in the unfolding drama of Singapore's maritime existence.
NIOHC is concerned with providing advice and recommendations issued by IHO with regard to the safety of navigation and related sciences, hydrographic surveys, various versions of paper electronic nautical maps of the region, navigational publications and books, in addition to providing training, support services and technical support to member states in the north of the Indian Ocean region.