West Atlantic


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West Atlantic

1. the W part of the Atlantic Ocean, esp the N Atlantic around North America
2. a branch of the Niger-Congo family of African languages, spoken in Senegal and in scattered areas eastwards, including Fulani and Wolof
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We were attracted to the A320P2F for the capabilities it was offering, particularly with its 21-22-tonne payload," Russell Ladkin, sales and operations director of West Atlantic, said.
West Atlantic will base two BAe ATP turboprops at the airport serving Dublin, Lille and Maastricht.
Under the lease agreement, West Atlantic will become the launch operator of the A320 P2Fs by taking an initial three aircraft on lease from AerCap, with deliveries between 2012 and 2013 and the option of a further four aircraft by 2015.
The impact of the case is dramatic," said attorney Rudy Westmoreland of West Atlantic City, who represents the family.
Dangerous sea life of the west Atlantic, Caribbean, and Gulf of Mexico; a guide for accident prevention and first aid.
Iversen and ultimately became a district biologist for the State of Florida in Key Largo), "Dangerous Sea Life Of The West Atlantic, Caribbean, And Cult Of Mexico" is a compendium of toxic and otherwise dangerous sea creatures, each of which is superbly illustrated with color photography.
Three females, which release their eggs, could be the maternal ancestors of the red lionfish now breeding in the west Atlantic.
All others were taken from Pacific, West Atlantic, and Caribbean coastal seas.
This work complements the RVSM monitoring that CSSI currently performs for all US general aviation operators and all operators in Asia-Pacific, West Atlantic Route System (WATRS)/ North America and Australian airspace.
International law dictates that only 1,100 metric tons of west Atlantic bluefin tuna may be caught by non-American competitors.
The giant supercat Club Med has beaten the East to West Atlantic crossing record between Cardiz in Spain and San Slavado in the Bahamas.
Compatible with a range of launch vehicles, including the Ariane, Proton and Sea Launch rockets, the satellite will be located in the West Atlantic Ocean region at 310 degrees east longitude with a launch mass of 5000 kg and output on the order of 8 kW.

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