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... On the 31st December, 1816, the Sea Horse, a military transport ship, with the 2nd battalion of the 59th Regiment of Foot, was wrecked in Tramore Bay, and 292 men and 71 women and children perished ... Some time later the Sea Horse was adopted as the symbol of the town of Tramore, and was later adopted as the logo for Waterford Crystal in 1955 ... From the sea, the treacherous Tramore bay looks like the traditional safe haven of Waterford estuary ...
... Year Award Category Title of work Result 1974 Drama Desk Award Outstanding Performance Sea Horse, TheThe Sea Horse Won 1974 Theatre World Award Sea Horse, TheThe Sea Horse Won 1981 Western ...
... Sonya-by-the-Shore (1960), her first children's book The White Sea Horse (1964) Pietro and the Mule (1965) Where the Wind Blows (1966) The Piemakers, illus ... Drummond (Faber, 1967) The Signposters (1968) The Sea Piper (1968) The Night Watchmen, illus ... The Beachcombers (1972) The Bongleweed (1973) Cheap Day Return (1974) White Sea Horse and Other Sea Magic (1975) The Winter of the Birds (1976) A Game of Catch with Ati ...
... a GPG front-end application for GNOME The hippocamp, or sea-horse, a mythological creature depicted as a horse in its forepart with a fish-like hindquarter The Seahorses, a British rock ... States Navy ships HMS Seahorse, the name of ten Royal Navy ships Sea Horse Baian, a fictional character in the manga Saint Seiya (aka Knights of the Zodiac) Battle of Mount Austen, the ...
35th Infantry Regiment — was assigned to capture the Sea Horse and complete the reduction of the Gifu on Mount Austen ... contact with the 27th and 35th Regiments, Goggin's battalion was to assault Sea Horse Ridge in concert with the other two regiments. 182nd was in action against Japanese forces atop Sea Horse Ridge ...
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