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17141 itv-launches-estate-agents-based-comedy The Stage News ITV launches estate agents-based comedy '' as Jenny Walker in 2007's ''The Deaths of Ian Stone'', and as Charlotte Warren in ''Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day'' from 2008. The organization celebrated a silver anniversary in Nassau, Bahamas, in 2005. EAF is incorporated into International President Barbara A. McKinzie's centennial program for funding under '''E'''xcellent
in late 2002 for a two-night stand of concerts with the Montreal Symphony Orchestra, performing songs from ''Corey Hart'' and ''Jade (Corey Hart album)'' as well as older hits to the accompaniment of the MSO. '80s heartthrob Corey Hart making music, being a dad. Serena Kappes, ''People,'' Aug. 13, 2002. American Revolutionary War South Carolina's first naval actions of the American Revolutionary War occurred in July 1775, when the province's Council of Safety (Committee of Safety (American Revolution)) hired two captains to assist Georgia (Georgia (U. S. state)) in the capture British (Kingdom of Great Britain) ships carrying arms and gunpowder. Paullin, p. 418 That month the council also hired a ship, the ''Commerce'', for the purpose of acquiring gunpowder that the British had stored at Nassau (Nassau, Bahamas) in the Bahamas. She was outfitted for this purpose, but word of the anticipated arrival of British ships carrying arms and gunpowder at Savannah, Georgia prompted her to be used to capture those ships instead. These activities netted the colonial cause more than 25,000 pounds of gunpowder. Paullin, pp. 418-419 In October 1775, the council acquired the schooner ''Defence'', and hired Simon Tufts as her captain. After she had a brief exchange with British ships in Charleston (Charleston, South Carolina) harbor in November, the provincial congress voted to seize the ''Prosper'' to assist in driving the British ships away, and established a commission to oversee naval affairs. Paullin, p. 420 Former Itineraries as the SS ''Norway'' NCL originally planned for the ''Norway'' to sail empty from Germany to Miami but a Pre-inaugural cruise was added with only a select number of passengers allowed to sail. Starting from Olso, Norway stopping at Southampton, England and ending in New York. A 6-day cruise to Bermuda was planned but cancelled at the last minute in favor of fixing some problems. She set sail on her first inaugural cruise from Miami, Florida on 1 June 1980, a 7-day cruise with only two stops, one in '' Little San Salvador'' known as Great Stirrup Cay then followed by a stop in St. Thomas (Saint Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands), USVI. The other days of the cruise were sea days as the ''Norway'' was the destination itself. This remained her main itinerary from 1980-1982 until NCL announced Nassau (Nassau, Bahamas), Bahamas was added. By 1985 St. Maarten, Netherlands Antilles was added. In 1987 her new itinerary was introduced a 7-day cruise from Miami stopping at St. Maarten, St. John (Saint John, U.S. Virgin Islands), USVI; St. Thomas and Great Stirrup Cay. Her Western Caribbean cruises later introduced were 7-Days stopping at Cozumel, Mexico; Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands; Roatan and NCL's private island Great Stirup Cay. Between regular cruising in the Caribbean and dry dock periods, she sailed many cruises to Western Mediterranean, Western Europe coast, Northern Europe, the British Isles and the Norwegian Fjords. http: www.classicliners.net SSNORWAY.html http: www.sealetter.com Jun-01 nor0401.html *Domestic scheduled destinations: Port-au-Prince to Cap-Haïtien, Jérémie and Port-de-Paix. *International scheduled destinations: Nassau, Bahamas and Providenciales, in the Turks and Caicos Islands ''New York Times'' The island is less than a mile (around one kilometer) wide from east to west and less than a 200 yards (meters) from north to south. The east end is the center of recreational activities with beaches fronting a coral basin where manatee, rays (Batoidea), and numerous fish can be seen. There is a rocky inlet on the north side of the island large enough for the tenders (Ship's tender) to operate from. Nature trails run the entire length and width of the island.
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2007 publisher Chapel Hill Press isbn 0-8078-3068-2 page 162 In the Bahamas, where winds reached , the storm killed three people. The city of Nassau (Nassau, Bahamas) was struck particularly hard. In Florida, damage was relatively severe, and included the deaths of several people. High winds brought down trees and powerlines, though the storm was characterized by highly unusual rainfall patterns. Storm surge in the Everglades region flooded local
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'' as a pirate haven, housing the main protagonists. Historical pirates are encountered there such as Benjamin Hornigold, Edward Teach Blackbeard, Charles Vane, "Calico" Jack Rackham, Anne Bonney, and Mary Read. It is the setting for much of the shoreside activity on the Starz (Starz (TV channel)) pirate-themed television series ''Black Sails (Black Sails (TV series))''. Sister cities Nassau has six sister cities worldwide: * Detroit
''Pirates of the Caribbean'' film series produced by the Walt Disney Company is loosely set. Charles Vane, like many early 18th century pirates, operated out of Nassau (Nassau, Bahamas) in the Bahamas. He was the only pirate captain to resist Woodes Rogers when Rogers asserted his governorship over Nassau in 1718, attacking Rogers' squadron with a fire ship and shooting his way out of the harbor rather than accept the new governor's royal pardon. Vane's quartermaster
0D0CB579A3BDA420 title Quotes accessdate 2009-05-05 date 2009-02-18 work Sun Sentinel author Dougher, Colleen Rousso had previously been featured in ''Maxim (Maxim (magazine))'', written game theory in ''American Poker Player'', and flown to The island is less than a mile (around one kilometer) wide from east to west and less than a 200 yards (meters) from north to south. The east end is the center of recreational activities with beaches fronting a coral basin where manatee, rays (Batoidea), and numerous fish can be seen. There is a rocky inlet on the north side of the island large enough for the tenders (Ship's tender) to operate from. Nature trails run the entire length and width of the island.
'''Nassau''' The city is ultimately named for the German town Nassau (Nassau, Rhineland-Palatinate).
Nassau's modern growth began in the late eighteenth century, with the influx of thousands of American Loyalists (Loyalist (American Revolution)) and their slaves to the Bahamas following the American Revolutionary War. Many of them settled in Nassau (then and still the commerce capital of the Bahamas) and eventually came to outnumber the original inhabitants.
As the population of Nassau grew, so did its populated areas. Today the city dominates the entire island and its satellite, Paradise Island. However, until the post-Second World War era, the outer suburbs scarcely existed. Most of New Providence was uncultivated bush until Loyalists were resettled there following the American Revolutionary War; they established several plantations, such as Clifton and Tusculum. Slaves were imported as labour.
After the British abolished the international slave trade in 1807, they resettled thousands of Africans liberated from slave ships by the Royal Navy on New Providence (at Adelaide Village and Gambier Village), along with other islands such as Grand Bahama, Exuma, Abaco and Inagua. In addition, slaves freed from American ships, such as the Creole case in 1841, were allowed to settle here. The largest concentration of Africans historically lived in the "Over-the-Hill" suburbs of Grants Town and Bain Town to the south of the city of Nassau, while most of the inhabitants of European descent lived on the island's northern coastal ridges.