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Aquidneck,

R.I.: see Rhode IslandRhode Island,
island, 15 mi (24 km) long and 5 mi (8 km) wide, S R.I., at the entrance to Narragansett Bay. It is the largest island in the state, with steep cliffs and excellent beaches.
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, island.
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Cutters Wrangell and Aquidneck spent three days patrolling in company, assisted by air assets from the Royal New Zealand Air Force, French Navy and the Royal Navy.
James Conroy's The Coyote Hunter of Aquidneck Island is a charming tale, set within a small, idyllic New England enclave.
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For nature lovers, Aquidneck Island is chock full of adventures.
In Rhode Island, a tremendous harvest of scallops was described from "The Cove" at the north end of Aquidneck Island both in 1956 and again ~ 1959; intense dredging apparently destroyed the eelgrass beds in this water body and scallops were no longer found after that time (Cavanaugh (3)).
Additional funds provided by: Rhode Island Committee for the Humanities, The Rhode Island Indian Council, and Aquidneck Indian Council.
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Particularly troubling for environmentalists was a conventional dredged crossing of the Providence River and sizing of the pipeline to provide for future demand on Aquidneck Island.
Three of the firms in the study - A&T, Aquidneck, and SeaCorp - -applied their software skills in new non-defense markets.
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eClinicalWorks[R], a market leader in ambulatory clinical systems, today announced that five providers from Aquidneck Medical Associates of Newport, Rhode Island were among the first in the state to successfully attest for meaningful use and each have received an $18,000 check from the Centers of Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), the maximum amount allowed for 2011.