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Bering

, Behring
Vitus . 1681--1741, Danish navigator, who explored the N Pacific for the Russians and discovered Bering Island and the Bering Strait
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On the vessel's maiden voyage, the Federal Bering will depart the Port of Antwerp transporting mainly steel products and some project cargoes on its way to Chicago and Burns Harbor, Indiana.
Bering is yet a relatively young firm but has developed a name for itself since coming to the market in 2007.
China's Defense Ministry, in a short statement sent to Reuters, said the ships were in the Bering Sea as part of a routine drill following the completion of exercises with Russia.
In the eastern Bering Sea, pubescent-primiparous females reside in shallower water and mate 1-3 months (February to March) earlier than multiparous females (Somerton, 1982; Ernst et al.
The first ingredients produced at Bering Select are from locally sourced Alaska cod, which offers unique advantages.
The 1,753-ton fishing ship, which was catching pollack, sank in the western part of the Bering Sea near Russia on Monday when one person was confirmed dead and seven were rescued.
Russian authorities said there were 62 people aboard the ship, which sank in the western part of the Bering Sea, near Russia.
The trawler has been working in the Bering Sea since July.
Bering Strait was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Country Instrumental Performance in 2003.
No one has managed to cross the Bering Strait legally even in a boat.
Atheist Bering is offering to evangelical scholarship the notion that our brain is built with a proclivity to be receptive to things divine.