North Cape


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North Cape

1. The northernmost point of North Island, New Zealand, projecting into the southern Pacific Ocean.
2. A promontory on an island of northern Norway west of Cape Nordkinn. It is considered the northernmost important extremity of the continent of Europe.

North Cape

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1. (Placename) a cape on N Magerøy Island, in the Arctic Ocean off the N coast of Norway
2. (Placename) a cape on N North Island, New Zealand
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It is there that I, intent on my own investigations, have passed and re-passed a hundred times the worn leonine face, white as the snow beneath him, furrowed with wrinkles like the seams and gashes upon the North Cape; the nervous hand, integrally a part of the mechanism of his flighter; and above all, the wonderful lambent eyes turned to the zenith.
The Malay Archipelago is of about the size of Europe from the North Cape to the Mediterranean, and from Britain to Russia; and therefore equals all the geological formations which have been examined with any accuracy, excepting those of the United States of America.
They were those which treat of the haunts of sea-fowl; of "the solitary rocks and promontories" by them only inhabited; of the coast of Norway, studded with isles from its southern extremity, the Lindeness, or Naze, to the North Cape -
When he and the girl went north to Ellesmere Land in the year of the Wonderful Open Winter, he left the picture-story with Kadlu, who lost it in the shingle when his dog-sleigh broke down one summer on the beach of Lake Netilling at Nikosiring, and there a Lake Inuit found it next spring and sold it to a man at Imigen who was interpreter on a Cumberland Sound whaler, and he sold it to Hans Olsen, who was afterward a quartermaster on board a big steamer that took tourists to the North Cape in Norway.
At the same time, he was a gentle, amiable sort of an individual, and, even on our first encounter in Prussia I had contrived to draw him out, and he had told me that he had just been to the North Cape, and was now anxious to visit the fair at Nizhni Novgorod.
"One rescue mission involved an American merchant vessel called the SS Penelope Barker, which was torpedoed by a U-boat near the North Cape.
He also meets veteran John, who was on board the ship when it was attacked by a Nazi mine, and learns more about the Battle of North Cape, when HMS Belfast squared up the pride of the German army.
At the Arctic Circle in the county of Nordland, you can see the midnight sun from 12 June to 1 July; at the North Cape in Finnmark you can see it from 14 May to 29 July; and at the North Pole the sun does not set for six months.
Offering an enchanting collection of seven- and 14-day itineraries to the Norwegian Fjords, the Baltic, Iceland and North Cape, Nieuw Statendam will visit some of the most scenic and culturally rich ports in the region.
Overruling Michigan's exceptions to the report and recommendation of the special master assigned to the case, the Court held that the "boundary line between the States of Ohio and Michigan in Lake Erie follows a line drawn from the point in Maumee Bay where the north cape of that bay was located in 1836 on a course having a bearing North 45[??] East measured from a true meridian, passing over the center of the existing circular concrete seawall on Turtle Island and continuing on the same course through the lake to the point where it intersects the boundary line between the United States and Canada." When the lawsuit was over, Ohio was left with roughly two-thirds of the island.
See the magnificent North Cape and Norwegian Fjords for less than PS72pp a night with a 14-night cruise on Crown Princess.
From the dirt and gravel of South Africa and the dunes of Dubai, to the muddy fields of Cheshire near its factory at Crewe, and from -30C in the frozen North Cape to searing 50C desert heat, the Bentayga's ability to perform on any surface and even in the most extreme conditions has been proven.

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