Trinity Bay

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Trinity Bay,

inlet of the Atlantic Ocean, 80 mi (129 km) long, SE Newfoundland, N.L., Canada, between the Avalon Peninsula and the mainland. With its small waterfront settlements, it preserves something of the flavor of 19th cent. Newfoundland. Trinity, a small port on the west shore, was the western terminal of the first permanent transatlantic cable laid (1866) by Cyrus West Field.
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Westward, where no planet should rise, the triple verticals of Trinity Bay (we keep still to the Southern route) make a low-lifting haze.
Minister Foote made the announcement on behalf of the Honourable Navdeep Bains, Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development and Minister responsible for the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA), while MHA King spoke on behalf of the Honourable Christopher Mitchelmore, Minister of Business, Tourism, Culture and Rural Development, at an event at the Port Union Factory Building in the Town of Trinity Bay North today.
On 6 November the Indeavour landed at All Hallow's Harbour in Trinity Bay where the crew encountered several Beothuk with whom they established friendly relations.
His isolation from contemporary art trends channelled him to paint the world around him, namely the fog-engulfed shorelines of Trinity Bay and Portugal Cove.
Stations in Galveston Bay (0016, 00329, and 0308A), Trinity Bay (0058), and Lavaca Bay (00006 and 00007) have less than 100% true negative values.
Currently, the Trinity Bay State Unit No 37 is flowing at an average of 89 barrels of oil per day (bopd), added the company.
Trinity Bay is a typical Newfoundland fishing village
Governing CCCnet is a consortium consisting of Lee College, Chambers County, Chambers Liberty Counties Navigation District, East Chambers Independent School District, and the Trinity Bay Conservation District.
Baffled at Carbonear, he moved along the west coast, skirting Trinity Bay by Hant's Harbour and New Perlicon to Heart's Content.
What that meant in mileage was almost 2,000 miles of cable, stretching from Valentia on the west coast of Ireland to Trinity Bay in Newfoundland.
Walter Bugden from Random Island, Trinity Bay, was a schoolteacher, and later an Anglican priest.
It overlooks Trinity Bay with the Coral Sea to the East and the rainforest to the West.

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