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  • (1000 lb) N lb N ft m in m mi (U.S. statute) m mi (international nautical) m lbm kg slug (lb-sec^2/ft) kg ton (2000 lbm) kg lb-ft N-m lb-in
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  • before her 17th birthday. Her journey took 210 days and covered over 24,000 nautical miles (Jessica Watson, 2013). Although Watson successfully completed her
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  • things easy and have a relaxing day with friends and family. The nautical terminology is "daysailing". Wooden Ships and Iron Men?
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  • to allow landlocked countries access to the sea.) Territorial Sea: 12 nautical miles about your territory, you can do anything you want, most notably
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  • similar sites and objects found in the Atlantic Ocean within the three-nautical-mile territorial limit of the state or within its navigable waters. O
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  • example, if a ship is traveling at 20 nautical miles per hour for 1.1 hours, the ship will travel a total of 22 nautical miles. 1. A train travels 360 miles
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  • Contents Instructions and tips for earning the Swimming - Advanced Beginner honor can be found in the Recreation chapter. A summary of the boating
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  • corrections between magnetic north and true north. An example of this type is a nautical chart that sailors and boaters use to chart their positions at sea or offshore
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  • geo:plain-distance($focus,$stop/geo:LatLong) * 0.868976242 (: distance is in nautical miles :) where $dist < $range return <Placemark>
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  • of those valuable exotic products, such as spices, silk. Portugal's nautical exploration was not much about expansionism (conquest, control and new
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  • hrrap dangerous: lehrrap dark: vawm darkness: tìvawm daughter: 'ite dawn (nautical twilight, enough light to navigate) trr'ong. (just before dawn, astronomical
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  • () as a unit of length Meteorologists (and mariners) frequently use the nautical mile, traditionally defined as the distance along the surface of the earth
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  • deep enough to provide anchorage for ships. Knot - A unit of speed, one nautical mile per hour, approximately 1.85 kilometers (1.15 statute miles) per hour
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  • the North Atlantic, for example, CZs are found approximately every 33 nautical miles (61 km), depending on the season, forming a pattern of concentric
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  • N-m) (Supplementary and Other Acceptable Units) Distance (navigation) nautical mile (= 1,852 km) Mass ton (metric) t (= 1,000 kg) Plane angle degrees
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  • depression. nautical mile A nautical mile is a unit of length that corresponds approximately to one minute of latitude along any meridian. A nautical mile is
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  • Knots (Singapore: World Scientific, 1996), 28. Brion Toss, Chapman's Nautical Guides: Knots (New York: Hearst Marine Books, 1990), 39. Clifford W. Ashley
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  • environments. This can include prehistoric sites, shipwreck sites, and other nautical/ maritime related contexts. The study of animal bones recovered from archaeological
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  • piece of rope that has a specific purpose is called a line, especially in nautical usage. Examples include clothesline, chalk line, anchor line, stern line
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  • Battle of Jutland, the British battle cruiser Lion moved as follows (in nautical miles): miles north, miles degrees east of south, miles at degrees
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