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List Of Ships Of The Imperial Japanese Navy - Destroyers - 1st Class Destroyers
... Tsubaki Tsuta Ume Yanagi Tachibana class (1944–1945) Azusa (not launched) Enoki Hagi Hatsuume Hatsuzakura Hishi (not launched) Kaba Kagi Katsura (not completed ...
HMS Blake
... The first Blake, launched in 1808, was a 74-gun third-rate ship of the line ... The second Blake was originally Bombay, launched in 1808, renamed in 1819, and broken up in 1855 ... The third Blake, launched in 1889, was the lead ship of her class of first-class cruiser ...
Vandenberg AFB Space Launch Complex 3 - SLC-3E
... The first mission, flown on December 18, 1999, launched the Terra satellite ... The other two launched satellites in the Naval Ocean Surveillance System, USA 160 and USA 173 ... The final Atlas IIAS mission from SLC-3E was launched on December 2, 2003 ...
Kh-55 (missile Family)
... Х-55 NATOAS-15 'Kent' RKV-500) is a Soviet/Russian air-launched cruise missile, designed by MKB Raduga ... Kh-55 is launched exclusively from bomber aircraft and has spawned a number of conventionally armed variants mainly for tactical use, such as the Kh-65SE and Kh-SD, but only the Kh-101 and Kh ... Contrary to popular belief, the Kh-55 was not the basis of the submarine- and ground-launched RK-55 Granat (SS-N-21 'Sampson' and SSC-X-4 'Slingshot') ...
Models Available - Foxtel IQ (original Model)
... Foxtel launched Foxtel iQ in late 2005 ... Two new services, On Demand and Remote Record, launched in 2007 ... Remote Record was launched on 1 January 2007 and allows users to log in to the interactive TV guide on the Foxtel website and then command their iQ at home to ...

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    A book is like a child: it is easier to bring it into the world than to control it when it is launched there.
    George Bernard Shaw (1856–1950)

    It was a very primitive kind of harbor, where boats were drawn up amid the stumps,—such a one, methought, as the Argo might have been launched in.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Once you’ve been launched into parenthood, you’ll need all your best skills, self-control, good judgment and patience. But at the same time there is nothing like the thrill and exhilaration that come from watching that bright, cheerful, inquisitive, creative, eccentric and even goofy child you have raised flourish and shine. That’s what keeps you going, and what, in the end, makes it all worthwhile.
    Lawrence Balter (20th century)