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Biscay

Bay of. a large bay of the Atlantic Ocean between W France and N Spain: notorious for storms
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Yn fuan wedi cychwyn, saethwyd yn awyren i lawr gan awyren Almaenig dros yu Bay of Biscay ar Fehefin 1, 1943 - achubwyd neb.
Biscay provides greetings cards and related products to a base of almost 2,000 customers through regional, wholesale, and independent retail channels across Australia and New Zealand.
ROYAL Navy flight crews came to the aid of a British yachtsman stricken in rough seas in the Bay of Biscay.
Contract award notice: plant protection biscay 240od or equivalent.
The Caribbean Sea, the Mediterranean Sea, the Tasman Sea, the Tyrrhenian Sea, the Dead Sea, the Red Sea, the Yellow Sea, the North Sea, the Sea of Okhotsk, the Atlantic Ocean, the Arctic Ocean, the Pacific Ocean, the Indian Ocean, the Bay of Biscay, Lake Superior, the Strait of Gibraltar, the Gulf of Bothnia: Seascapes (Damiani) collects a Rothko-like series of images of these and other bodies of water, all captured by Japanese artist and photographer Hiroshi Sugimoto.
The creature was swimming over a deep sea canyon on the northern edge of the Bay of Biscay.
They are more regularly seen in deeper waters such as the Bay of Biscay.
Using personal accounts from both German and Allied survivors, Bloody Biscay relates the initial tribulations of the unit, the height of its success in spring and summer 1943, its battles against overwhelming odds and its eventual annihilation over the Normandy beaches in June 1944.
com)-- MARINElife has been given access to three routes aboard the Norman Asturias with all three, Poole to Santander, Poole to Gijon and Gijon to St Nazaire, going through the heart of marine-life paradise: the Bay of Biscay.
On [Armstrong Whitworth] Whitleys [medium bombers], we used to do practice runs into the English Channel and into the Bay of Biscay.
In the present study, researchers analysed marine sediment cores collected off Galicia in Spain and from the Bay of Biscay They used fossil pollen grains to characterise the temperatures on land and microscopic marine organisms called foraminifera to determine the temperature of the ocean.
The European Union decided, on 23 July, to cut by 17% the quota for anchovy fishing in the Bay of Biscay during the 2013-2014 season, due to further deterioration of the stock in this zone.