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NARROW SEAS, English law. Those seas which adjoin the coast of England. Bac. Ab. Prerogative, B 3.

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The English Channel is an absolute lifeline for the UK, and it is very important HMS Westminster and the Royal Navy maintains a watchful eye on this key strategic link.
Walliams has become one of the most loved children's authors in a generation, and has also generated millions for charity, swimming the English Channel in 2006 and taking on the Strait of Gibraltar in 2008.
If he succeeds, Macarine - an election officer in Tubigon town in Bohol - will be the first Filipino swimmer to swim across the English Channel, considered the Mount Everest for open swimming.
July 1 (ANI): An oil tanker carrying 38,000 tonnes of petrol to Guatemala, collided with the Huayan Endeavor cargo ship on its way from the Netherlands to Nigeria in the English Channel
A Royal Navy warship has shadowed a Russian submarine as it passed through the English Channel.
1912: American Harriet Quimby became the first woman to fly across the English Channel.
Nineteen people have been rescued from the English Channel after an inflatable boat they were in started taking on water, the British coastguard said on Sunday.
Marie Dompnier Witnesses Channel 4, 10pm The broadcaster's last raid across the English Channel resulted in the acquisition of one of the most intriguing dramas of 2014.
THE first Welsh woman to swim across the English Channel has passed away at the age of 87.
Paris, Shawwal 9, 1435, Aug 5, 2014, SPA -- Migrants massing at France's English Channel port of Calais clashed before dawn on Tuesday in battles that left 51 injured, one seriously.
1912: American Harriet Quimby (pictured) became the first woman to fly across the English Channel.
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