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brigantine

a two-masted sailing ship, rigged square on the foremast and fore-and-aft with square topsails on the mainmast
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For further details about The Brigantine and the range of Cardiff Pointe propeties available, please call Savills on 029 2031 3233.
The previously-announced consolidation and closure of its Holmdel, Trenton, West Windsor, Brigantine and Toms River locations are on schedule for completion during September, 2015.
The major species of Barnegat, Brigantine, Abescom and other tidal areas were and remain the Atlantic brant, canvasback, scaup, mallards and black ducks, it just depends on where you go.
Pirates from the brigantine, Zebu, at the Liverpool Pirate Festival; and, | | left, the schooner Vilma fires her cannon during a live-action battle at the Albert Dock ANDREW TEEBAY AY A
President Barack Obama, accompanied by New Jersey Governor Chris Christie meets with local residents at the Brigantine Beach Community Center
Yahoo is withering on the vine and Bing is too tiny now," said Colin Gillis, senior analyst at Brigantine Advisors.
Officials had planned to remotely inspect the brigantine before Christmas but were delayed by bad weather.
On the bar menu, the Brigantine serves a fish taco that gets high marks from San Diego Union-Tribune restaurant critic Doug Verkaaik.
One of these shows the Emily Burnyeat, a brigantine owned by Whitehaven business man, William Burnyeat.
The little trading brigantine was only about 100 feet long--about the same size as the Golden Hind or, for that matter, a modern tugboat.
About 16 Terrors are planning to participate in an upcoming Bytown Brigantine program over four days in June, said Mr.