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Corrotoman River - Description - Main Body
... On the western side of the river, after Ball Point, Yankee point marks the beginning of Myers Creek ... Myers Creek is home to the only marina on the river, the Yankee Point Marina ...
Fujara
... It has three tone holes located on the lower part of the main body ... by a fipple at the upper end of the main body of the fujara ... a smaller parallel pipe, called vzduchovod in Slovak (meaning "air channel"), mounted on the main body of the instrument ...
Convoy SC 26 - Action
... At dusk on the evening of 3/4 April U-94, also newly arrived, found the main body again ... During the night of 4/5 April another ship from SC 26, Athenic, was travelling alone ahead of the main body ... In the main body, Eelbeck was damaged, but there were no other casualties ...
Delaware Tribal Business Committee V. Weeks - Background
... Delawares), which initially had settled on a Kansas reservation as part of the tribe's main body, eventually moved to "Indian Country" in Oklahoma, became assimilated with ... the Absentee Delawares), which never joined the main body in Kansas, but migrated to Oklahoma and settled with the Wichita and Caddo Indians, is also a federally ... A third group (the Kansas Delawares) lived with the main body on the Kansas reservation, but remained in Kansas when the Cherokee Delawares moved to Oklahoma under an 1866 treaty, the Kansas Delawares elected to ...
Bombardment Of Yarmouth And Lowestoft - Prelude
... battlecruisers would attack the second British group from the south, and the main body of the High Seas Fleet would attack from the north ... elements of the British fleet before the main body of the British Grand Fleet could assist, reducing or eliminating the Royal Navy′s numerical superiority ... had been abandoned and the ships returned north to port, so that on 24 April the main body of the Grand Fleet was, as usual, near its home bases, at Rosyth for the ...

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