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Dearborn, Michigan

like an automobile. All 9N tractors were painted dark grey. This tractor has a rear Power Take Off (PTO) which could be used to drive three point or towed implements. The Ferguson hitch was designed to solve some of the problems found in the earlier Fordson tractors such as flipping over if the plow hit an obstruction. The only remaining large Great Lakes bulk freight vessel built by Defoe Shipbuilding still in service is the 642' 03" long, M V ''Ojibway'' (Defoe hull #00422


Hamilton, Ontario

; The only remaining large Great Lakes bulk freight vessel built by Defoe Shipbuilding still in service is the 642' 03" long, M V ''Ojibway'' (Defoe hull #00422) operated by the Canadian firm Lower Lakes Towing, of Port Dover, Ontario, Canada. The ''Ojibway'' was originally built as the steamer ''Charles L. Hutchinson'' (2) for the Pioneer Steamship Company of Cleveland, Ohio, and entered service on September 24, 1952. In 1961, the Hutchinson was sold to Ford Motor Company


Moscow

after a suicide bombing killed 41 Moscow subway (rapid transit) passengers. The '''Bolshoi Theatre''' ( , ''Bol'shoy Teatr'', meaning ''Large'', ''Great'' or ''Grand Theatre'', also spelled ''Bolshoy'') is a historic theatre in Moscow, Russia, designed by architect Joseph Bové, which holds performances of ballet and opera. The Bolshoi Ballet and Bolshoi Opera are amongst the oldest and most renowned ballet and opera companies


Boston

indigenous tribes. The first permanent English settlement was established in 1620 with the founding of Plymouth Colony by the Pilgrims (Pilgrim (Plymouth Colony)) who sailed on the ''Mayflower''. A second, shorter-lasting colony, was established near Plymouth in 1622 at Wessagusset (Wessagusset Colony), now Weymouth (Weymouth, Massachusetts). A large Puritan migration (Great Migration (Puritan)) begun in 1630 established the Massachusetts Bay Colony and Boston, and spawned


South Africa

, estimated to cost USD $80 billion. History In January 1992, during the filming of the National Geographic documentary ''Blue Wilderness'', and after surface testing of the prototype "Shark Pod (Protective Oceanic Device)" (now Shark Shield) for the Natal Sharks Board, amongst several large great white sharks swimming around the boat at Dyer Island, Western Cape, South Africa, four scuba divers: Ron & Valerie Taylor (notable Australian pioneers


Australia

of the leaders (Mawson, Wild and Davis) were veterans of other Antarctic voyages. After World War II, the company built 2 large Great Lakes bulk carriers and did repair work on Great Lakes ships including several repowerings, and self-unloader conversions. In later years, several ships were built for the US Navy, including 2 ''Dealy''-class destroyer escorts (Dealey class destroyer escort), 4 ''Charles F. Adams''-class (Charles F. Adams class destroyer) guided missile destroyers

, Japan, Australia (especially New South Wales and South Australia), New Zealand, Chile, and the Mediterranean (Mediterranean Sea). One of the densest known populations is found around Dyer Island, South Africa (Gansbaai, Western Cape) where much shark research is conducted. A number of very large

great white shark specimens have been recorded. Mollet, H.F. 2008. White Shark Summary ''Carcharodon carcharias'' (Linnaeus, 1758). Home Page of Henry F. Mollet, Research Affiliate, Moss Landing Marine Laboratories. For decades, many ichthyological works as well as the ''Guinness Book of World Records'' listed two great white sharks as the largest individuals: A great white


Russia

. These destinations are attractive because they are low-cost, have skilled labor forces, and a less stringent regulatory environment, but crucially they allow for more day to day physical oversight. They also have strong cultural ties to the major economic centers in Europe. , ''Bol'shoy Teatr'', meaning ''Large'', ''Great'' or ''Grand Theatre'', also spelled ''Bolshoy'') is a historic theatre in Moscow, Russia


Canada

, or Canada. A number of very large great white shark specimens have been recorded. Mollet, H.F. 2008. White Shark Summary ''Carcharodon carcharias'' (Linnaeus, 1758). Home Page of Henry F. Mollet, Research Affiliate, Moss Landing Marine Laboratories. For decades, many ichthyological works as well as the ''Guinness Book of World Records'' listed two great white sharks as the largest individuals: A


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