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    Buried at Sea

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    Buried at Sea "Ahh, there's no wind today," sighed Cobi as he tacked his sail around and headed for the shore.  Cobi was a sailor.  Cobi wasn't a typical sailor, Cobi was a National Championship winning sailor.  A sailor who thrived on high winds and rough seas, who has accomplished everything there is to accomplish in Canadian sailing.  He is the envy of every young sailor and child.  They wish, aspire, and dream to be like Cobi. "Hii Cooobiii," wines Julie.  Julie just happened to be

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    King Of The Seas

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    From the many inventions that emerged from the American Civil War, the Ironclad, designed by Captain John Ericsson and Robert L. Stevens, has impacted the world by advancing naval warfare technology. It gave America more influence in Europe and put America ahead of Europe in naval matters. The impact and influence changed naval warfares forever by forcing wooden ships to become obsolete. The Ironclad was among the first technological and modern tools of war. Its impact on technology in navies can

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    A Love of the Sea

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    A Love of the Sea When I lived in Liverpool, my best friend was a boy called Midge. Kevin Midegley was his real name nut we all called him Midge for short. And he was short, only about three cornflake boxes high (empty ones at that) No three was about it. Midge was my best friend and we had lots of things in common, as most best friends do. But there was one thing that really bound us together, one thing we had in common- a love of the sea. In the old days (but not so long ago), the river

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    Chicken of the Seas

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    1.     The decision making process for canned tuna is as follows: (i)     Problem Recognition – Consumers of canned tuna are motivated primarily by the need to satisfy their physiological need of hunger which is the most basic level of needs under Maslow’s hierarchy of needs. Problem recognition can also stem from stock-outs where consumers run out of canned tuna supplies. In addition, motivation of purchase can be marketer-induced to incite new needs/wants by introducing consumers new uses of

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    Sea

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    changed the health of those who live within the region and it has come attached with a number of health dangers. Abnormally low infant birth weight, growth retardation, delayed puberty, and forms of psychoneural retardation are all linked to the Aral Sea region. Drinking water has also become a prominent issue due to the high concentration of salt which is not meant for human consumption (Small et al. 2001). International cooperation is often required to solve issues and implementing the proper policy

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    The Sea Runners by Ivan Doig

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    Running The Sea Our journey starts in the year 1853 with four Scandinavian indentured servants who are very much slaves at the cold and gloomy headquarters of the Russian-American fur-trading company in Sitka, Alaska. The story follows these characters on their tortuous journey to attempt to make it to the cost of Astoria, Oregon. Our list of characters consists of Melander, who is very much the brains of the operation as he plans the daring escape from the Russians. Next to join the team was Karlson

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    Sea Snakes

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    different species of sea snakes, and five major types, including Hydrophiids, Laticaudids, Acrochordids, Homalopsids, and the Natricids. They account for 86% of marine reptile species inhabiting the waters. (All the Sea, 2001). They are venomous reptiles that live most of their lives in the sea and are so adapted to that environment that few species of sea snakes can crawl on land. Their eyes are small with most having nostrils that are located dorsally. Most species of sea snakes grow between 120-150

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    The Salton Sea

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    The Salton Sea Introduction The Salton Basin , a below-sea-level depression which extends on the north from Palm Springs , California, to the Gulf of California , in the south. The Salton Sea has undergone historic cycles of filling with water and later drying up. The most recent predecessor to the Sea, that being Lake Cahuilla , last filled this area between 300 to 500 years ago and at one time had a surface elevation above sea level. In 1905 the flooding of the Colorado River was accidentally

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    Sea turtles are agile aquatic reptiles, suitable to living in their marine habitat. With aerodynamic bodies and paddle-like limbs, they are exquisite swimmers able to maneuver through the oceans. When they are mobile, sea turtles must swim to the surface of the ocean to breathe every few minutes. When they are inactive, they can endure underwater for lengthier periods of time. Leatherbacks are named for their rigid, oil-sodden, flexible skin, which is sustained by a structure of small bones under

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    Dead Sea

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    audience will know that the Dead Sea is devoid of all plant and aquatic life, why the sea is so salty and the health benefits. Thesis or central idea: The Dead Sea has a unique environment Main Points: a.     The Dead Sea is one of the saltiest bodies of water anywhere b.     The Dead Sea is devoid of all plant and aquatic life c.     The Dead Sea area has become a major center for health research and treatment Introduction: You know why they call it the dead sea? Because absolutely nothing live

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