Charley was off in his battleship, cruising somewhere on the Caribbean sea
Well, Ned, it isn't exactly like going up in an airship," and Tom Swift who was gazing over the rail down into the deep blue water of the Caribbean Sea, over which their vessel was then steaming, looked at his chum beside him.
But the vessel proved herself sturdier than the timid ones had dared to hope, and she was soon running before the blast, going out of her course, it is true, but avoiding the danger among the many cays, or small islands, that dot the Caribbean Sea.
Abstract--The dolphinfish (Coryphaena hippurus) is of major recreational and commercial importance, and landings have increased in recent years around Puerto Rico, throughout the Caribbean Sea
, and along the U.
It is costly to sail 14,183 Nm from Pusan in South Korea to Curacao in the Caribbean Sea
and the bill is paid by our customers and the environment.
When the LTCB was placed under state control in 1998, the bank transferred the bond redemption operations from London to a branch on a tax-haven island in the Caribbean Sea
, and continued to refraining from collecting tax.
Three crew members were killed when an S-3B Viking of Sea Control Squadron 22 crashed in the Caribbean Sea
while operating from Harry S.
A Transven Airlines aircraft carrying ten passengers and a pilot crashed into the Caribbean Sea
on 3 February.
In a just-published issue of GLOBAL CHANGE AND HUMAN HEALTH, Griffin and his colleagues note that the suspected link between the Caribbean sea
fan disease and African dust may be just the tip of an iceberg.
In a treaty signed in December, Spain reluctantly gave up Cuba and Puerto Rico in the Caribbean Sea
and the Philippines and Guam in the Pacific.
WASHINGTON, March 8 Kyodo Heads of government of the Caribbean region have issued a statement opposing the passage through the Caribbean Sea
of ships transporting mixed plutonium-uranium oxide (MOX) fuel from Europe to Japan, Greenpeace International said Monday.
A planned, coordinated set of procedures and protocols for governments in the Caribbean Sea
must mesh with industry standards for safety and pollution prevention, particularly with respect to capping, containing and capturing potential sub-sea, deep-water releases.