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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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OpenHydro and Alderney Renewable Energy have signed a joint venture that will see the companies develop a 300 MW tidal energy array off the coast of Alderney in the English Channel.
The university has hosted a three-year PhD study of the English Channel scallop fishery to help plug the knowledge gap in a project funded by a consortium of fish processors, fishing companies, the supermarket Morrisons and the charity Fishmonger's Hall.
htm) who died while swimming the English Channel within sight of the French coast .
We are aware that it won't be commercially viable, given that two private English channels closed down.
Swimming the English Channel is like the Mecca of swimming where you are challenged physically and mentally," said Gandy.
But by the time Interpol told Dover Coastguard about the hijacking, the ship had passed through the English Channel.
Murtagh, conscious that English Channel was travelling comfortably in front, pulled out his whip to roust Dylan Thomas, but the response was disappointing, and neither he nor Red Rocks could make any impression on the Todd Pletchertrained leader, who pulled clear in the straight to win by seven lengths.
Menot and her colleagues analyzed sediment drilled from the seafloor about 250 kilometers southwest of the English Channel, a spot that would have been just offshore from the Channel River delta.
Entrants are asked to swim the equivalent distance of the English Channel - 22 miles or 1,408 lengths - to collect sponsorship for the spinal cord injury charity.
Elsewhere: Trainer Todd Pletcher had two big wins as English Channel and John Velazquez took the $750,000 United Nations on the Monmouth Park turf, and Circular Quay and Rafael Bejarano made a huge rally in the $150,000 Bashford Manor for 2-year-olds at Churchill Downs.
1951 The British submarine A" ray sank in the English Channel.
A dozen true stories of individuals in their golden years achieving their dreams, from an 83-year-old grandmother graduate of Syracuse Law School to a 70-year-old American Airlines pilot determined to celebrate his 70th birthday by swimming the English Channel, fill this inspirational collection.