Some articles on implacable:
... HMS Implacable commissioned at Devonport Dockyard on 10 September 1901 for Mediterranean Fleet service ... When her Chatham refit ended in February 1909, Implacable transferred to the Channel Fleet, then to the Atlantic Fleet on 15 May 1909 ... a fleet reorganization on 1 May 1912, Implacable transferred to the 5th Battle Squadron in the Second Home Fleet at the Nore on 13 May 1912 ...
... On 16 August, Saumarez then sent Centaur and Implacable, under Captain Thomas Byam Martin, also a 74-gun third rate, to join the Swedish fleet ... Centaur and Implacable exhibited superior sailing and slowly outdistanced their Swedish allies ... At 5am on 26 August Implacable caught up with a Russian straggler, the 74-gun Vsevolod (also Sewolod), under Captain Rudnew (or Roodneff) ...
... By the summer of 1809 Martin and Implacable were back in the Baltic and Admiral Saumarez sent her and Melpomene to sail east of Nargen Island ... Implacable, Melpomene and Prometheus deployed their boats to search all the creeks and inlets around the gulf, which yielded them three more cargo vessels ... At 9pm on 7 July, Implacable, Melpomene, Prometheus and Bellerophon assembled 17 boats, all under the command of Lieutenant Joseph Hawkey of Implacable ...
... In January 1810 Captain George Cockburn took command of Implacable ... Implacable then returned to Spithead ... On 17 July Rear Admiral Sir Richard Keats arrived on Implacable to take charge of the British support of the Spanish in the Siege of Cádiz ...
... Three ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Implacable The first Implacable, launched in 1795 as the French ship Duguay-Trouin, was a 74-gun third-rate ship of the line ... Captured by the British on 3 November 1805, she was renamed Implacable ... The second Implacable, launched in 1899, was a Formidable-class battleship ...
Famous quotes containing the word implacable:
“Theres precious little to say between day and dark,
Perhaps a few words on the implacable will
Of time sailing like a magic barque
Or something as fine for the amenities....”
—Allen Tate (18991979)
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“The idiot greens the meadow with his eyes,
The meadow creeps implacable and still;
A dog barks, the hammock swings, he lies.
One two three the cows bulge on the hill.”
—Allen Tate (18991979)