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  • 121 Njörðr — Njord redirects here. For Leaves Eyes album, see Njord (album). Njörd s desire of the Sea (1908) by W. G. Collingwood In Norse mythology, Njörðr is a god among the Vanir. Njörðr is father of the deities Freyr and Freyja by his unnamed Van sister …

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  • 122 German auxiliary cruiser Kormoran — Kormoran redirects here. For other uses, see Kormoran (disambiguation). Auxiliary cruiser Kormoran meets a German U boat at sea Career (Nazi Germany) …

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  • 123 American literature — For the journal of the same name, see American Literature (journal). American literature is the written or literary work produced in the area of the United States and its preceding colonies. For more specific discussions of poetry and theater,… …

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  • 124 Dhow — A dhow in the Indian Ocean near the East African islands of Zanzibar Dhow (Arabic,داو) is the generic name of a number of traditional Arab sailing vessels with one or more masts with lateen sails. Dhows typically weigh 300 to 500 tons, and have a …

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  • 125 Yarmouth, Nova Scotia — This article is about a town in Nova Scotia. For other places, see Yarmouth. Yarmouth   Town   Main Street Yarmouth …

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  • 126 Mystic Seaport — Mystic Seaport, the Museum of America and the Sea, in Mystic, Connecticut, is notable both for its collection of sailing ships and boats, and for the re creation of crafts and fabric of an entire 19th century seafaring village. It consists of… …

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  • 127 United States Merchant Marine — emblem Ships: 465 (>1000 GRT) Deck Officers: 29,000 Marine Engineers:[ …

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  • 128 Tribe of Dan — For the 1990s band, see Dan Donovan (guitarist). Tribes of Israel The Tribes Reuben Simeon Levi …

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  • 129 Queenborough — See also: Queensborough Coordinates: 51°25′06″N 0°44′42″E / 51.4183°N 0.7450°E / 51.4183; 0.7450 …

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  • 130 Viking (disambiguation) — Viking can refer to: History*Viking Age, the period between 793 A.D and 1066 A.D in Scandinavia *Viking, seafaring Scandinavians during the Viking Age (in the western trail) *Varangian, seafaring Scandinavians during the Viking Age (in the… …

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  • 131 Germanic substrate hypothesis — The Germanic substrate hypothesis is an attempt to explain the distinctive nature of the Germanic languages within the context of the Indo European language family. It postulates that the elements of the common Germanic vocabulary and syntactical …

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  • 132 Charles Williams (U.S. author) — Charles Williams Born August 13, 1909 San Angelo, Texas Died ca. April 7, 1975 Los Angeles, California Occupation Writer, electronics inspector …

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  • 133 Starship Girl Yamamoto Yohko — Infobox animanga/Header name = Starship Girl Yamamoto Yohko caption = ja name = それゆけ!宇宙戦艦ヤマモト・ヨーコ ja name trans = Soreyuke! Uchū Senkan Yamamoto Yōko genre = Action, Science FictionInfobox animanga/OVA title = director = Akiyuki Shinbo studio =… …

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  • 134 Pirates in popular culture — In American and British popular culture, the modern pirate stereotype owes its tradition mostly to depictions of Captain Hook and his crew in theatrical and film versions of Peter Pan , Robert Newton s portrayal of Long John Silver in the film… …

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  • 135 Water deity — This article is about Water Deities. For the novel by Wilbur Smith, see River God. See also: Water and religion File:Poseidon sculLolisjxissenhagen 2005.jpg Poseidon, Greek god of seas and waters. A water deity is a deity in mythology associated… …

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  • 136 Namoa (Siosaia Tupou) — Namoa, or Siosaia Tupou (1755 1845) was a king of Tonga.TONGA :DURING THE REIGN OF, KING SIOSAIA TUPOU (a.k.a. NAMOA) TU I KANOKUPOLU 1830 45.King Siosaia Tupou, originally known as Namoa, became Tu i Kanokupolu after his brother, King Aleamotu a …

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  • 137 Erythräisches Meer — Unter dem Erythräischen Meer verstand man in der Antike das Rote Meer, den Golf von Aden und den Indischen Ozean. Wichtige Quellen zum Handel in diesem Gebiet sind der Periplus Maris Erythraei (40–70 n. Chr.) eines unbekannten Autors (vermutlich… …

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  • 138 Kompanten — Kompass Der Kompass (Plural Kompasse, siehe dazu den entsprechenden Abschnitt; Herkunft: italienisch com passo = das Um Schreiten, der Zirkelweg[1]) ist ein Messgerät zur Bestimmung einer Richtung, z. B. Himmelsrichtungen, Navigations Kurs,… …

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  • 139 Kompass — ( O = (span.) Oest = West) Der Kompass (Plural Kompasse, siehe dazu den entsprechenden Abschnitt; Herkunft: italienisch com passo = das Um Schreiten, der Zirkelweg[1]) ist ein Messgerät zur Bestimmung einer Richtung, z. B. Him …

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  • 140 Kompassnadel — Kompass Der Kompass (Plural Kompasse, siehe dazu den entsprechenden Abschnitt; Herkunft: italienisch com passo = das Um Schreiten, der Zirkelweg[1]) ist ein Messgerät zur Bestimmung einer Richtung, z. B. Himmelsrichtungen, Navigations Kurs,… …

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