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  • Imperial Russian Navy - Wiki Article The Imperial Russian Navy was the navy of the Russian Empire, often dated from 1696 until the February Revolution of 1917. Background Under Tsar Mikhail Feodorovich, construction of the first three-m... Imperial Russian Navy - Wiki Article - Original @ http All Information Derived from Wikipedia using Creative Commons License: Author: Zscout370 Image URL: Licensed under:This image is ineligible for copyright and therefore is in the public domain, because it consists entirely of information that is common property and contains no original authorship., This work is in the Public Domain., This work is in the public domain in the United States. Author: Адриан Шхонебек Image URL: Licensed under:This image is ineligible for copyright and therefore is in the public domain, because it consists entirely of information that is common property and contains no original authorship., This work is in the Public Domain., This work is in the public domain in the United States. Author: Pierre Aronax Image URL: Licensed under:This image is ineligible for copyright and therefore is in the public domain, because it consists entirely of information that is common property and co...
  • A Turkey Runs Through It 40 years ago, Mountain River Tours launched its first commercial rafting trip on the New River. But 3 years earlier, MRT founder Paul Breuer took his first journey down the New aboard a bizarre little boat that would come to be known in New River lore as the Turkey Raft. Homemade from spare parts and oared by the legendary Bob Morgan himself, the Turkey Raft's 1969 attempt at the Lower New ended in the dramatic destruction of the little boat at Middle Keeney, but that day would live on in history as one that led directly to MRT's formation. Built upon two earth-mover inner tubes with a rag-tag oak frame and hinged in the center, the Turkey Raft was, oddly enough, accidentally the first self-bailing raft in the world. The second Turkey Raft, which ran the New successfully a year later, had its oar rig mounted at the stern, which proved to be a superior design—one that Breuer would incorporate in his commercial rafts for many years to come. Mountain River Tours would eventually become the foundation for Adventures On the Gorge, so you might say that our entire resort is built upon the back of one tiny turkey.
  • White Water on the Salmon River White water scenes on the Salmon River in Idaho, filmed August 1-2, 2012. We traveled 200 miles in 11 days in July-Aug 2012 on the Salmon River in Idaho on a trip run by OARS. On the Main Salmon, we had both oared rafts and dories. This video was shot with a Flip Ultra HD camcorder, protected by a waterproof case, and was edited with iMovie on an Apple MacBook Pro (2.66 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo, 8 GB RAM) running Mac OS X (10.8).
  • 5 letter words that start with O www.scrabble-word- Scrabble word list. 5 letter words that start with O : OAKED, OAKEN, OAKER, OAKUM, OARED, OASES, OASIS, OASTS, OATEN, OATER, ...
  • ESL: Cod & Cord, Pronunciation & Dictation A) Cod, god, sawed, pawed, awed, flawed, laud, Maude Cord, gourd, sword, poured, oared, floored, lord, moored B) Cod/cord, god/gourd, sawed/sword, pawed/pored, awed/oared, flawed/floored, laud/lord, Maude/moored C) Dictation Here are the answers. No peaking! 1. We pored over the material. 2. Mrs. Maude is here now. 3. Sally lost the cod. . Don't forget to use these questions during class if you need clarification: *Would you repeat that (more slowly), please? *How do you spell ______? *What does ________mean?
  • 2009 IRA Rowing Championship DVD Highlights Capture all the excitement of this year's historic IRA Championships. See all 5 eight-oared National Championship races in their entirety on DVD. Collegiate rowing at it's finest. 5000 fans got a real treat on this one!
  • Tumblehome - Wiki Article In ship designing, the tumblehome is the narrowing of a ship's hull with greater distance above the water-line. Expressed more technically, it is present when the beam at the uppermost deck is less t... Tumblehome - Wiki Article - Original @ http All Information Derived from Wikipedia using Creative Commons License: Author: Unknown Image URL: Licensed under:Creative Commons ASA 3.0, This work is in the public domain in the United States. Author: photographer not identified Image URL: Licensed under:This image is ineligible for copyright and therefore is in the public domain, because it consists entirely of information that is common property and contains no original authorship., This work is in the Public Domain., This work is in the public domain in the United States. Author: Unknown Image URL: Licensed under:This image is ineligible for copyright and therefore is in the public domain, because it consists entirely of information that is common property and contains no original authorship., This work is in the Public Domain., This work is in the public domain in the United States. Author: Unknown Image URL:
  • One of the 150 rapids I oared through in the Grand Canyon Class IV rapid in Grand canyon that kept camera from getting wet
  • Oaring not rowing Cute little McKenzyism. Went out in a boat to try it out and the kids wanted to make it move but they didn't row, they oared. lol
  • How to steer a gondola boat in Venice From the TV episode Travel With Kids Italy Venice available on DVD. Navigate the c***s of Venice and find out from a real gondolier about how the one oared boat works. Our world champ gondola racer helps the kids steer the boat and explains how them must sing to entertain guests. From the series Travel With Kids. For more info visit www.travelwithkids.tv
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  • 8+ Part 1 ~ The Bow seat This documentary on How the Rowing 8 Works begins here with Part 1, The Bow seat. It sets out to explain the machinations of the sweep-oared rowing 8 and includes the Australian Women's 8 winning the Gold Medal at the World Rowing Championships in Gifu, Japan, in 2005 and includes the Final of the Women's 8 at Lake Nagambie, 2007, at the Australian Rowing Championships.
  • LANG ON THE HUDSON Lang on the Hudson is a course offered at Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts, where students build a 26-foot Whitehall gig, a traditional four-oared rowing vessel specifically designed for the waters of New York Harbor. As the spring advances students launch their boat to learn the basics of fixed-seat rowing and harbor seamanship. By mid-May, they are ready to undertake longer exploratory voyages in New York Harbor and up the Hudson River. The course also offers an introduction to harbor geography, estuary ecology, and the political processes that are shaping the contemporary urban waterfront.
  • Commander's Gig Ex-naval 6-oared gig. The 40ft by 6ft hull is carvel built (double diagonal) and was restored fairly recently by the Maritime Workshop, but needs a coat of varnish. The boat has a two unstayed masts with a dipping lug rig.
  • Coxless Four - Wiki Article A coxless four is a rowing boat used in the sport of competitive rowing. It is designed for four persons who propel the boat with sweep oars. The crew consists of four rowers, each having one oar. Th... Coxless Four - Wiki Article - Original @ http All Information Derived from Wikipedia using Creative Commons License: Author: Micenroad2 Image URL: ( This work is in the Public Domain. )
  • Rafting the Colorado River thru the Grand Canyon (by Bill Klipp, ) Rafting the Colorado River thru the Grand Canyon You haven't seen the Grand Canyon till you have seen it from the bottom. Our 15 day river rafting trip down the Colorado River thru the Grand Canyon was amazing. We covered 226 river miles with over 125 different rapids. The trip was designed as a photographic expedition by Ralph Lee Hopkins a well-known National Geographic Photographer using Arizona Raft Adventures ( AZRA ) as our outfitter and river guide. With 6 experienced guides running 5 oared rafts and one hand made Dory our group of 17 had one incredible adventure. This video collage shows some of our river rafting highlights as we bounced our way through some of the many whitewater rapids. Check out my still photos of the trip at: © Bill Klipp, 2012
  • Oared Galley meets Steam Gunboat Co'man lads,row harder.
  • Regatta AncientMaritime Republics The "Regatta" of the Ancient Maritime Republics" is a competition on eight-oared galleons among the crews of the cities of Amalfi, Genoa, Pisa and Venice...
  • Kyle Rowing on the Salmon River Scenes of Kyle rowing on the Salmon River in Idaho, filmed August 2-4, 2012. We traveled 200 miles in 11 days in July-Aug 2012 on the Salmon River in Idaho on a trip run by OARS. On the Main Salmon, we had both oared rafts and dories. This video was shot with a Flip Ultra HD camcorder, protected by a waterproof case, and was edited with iMovie on an Apple MacBook Pro (2.66 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo, 8 GB RAM) running Mac OS X (10.8).
  • Forex News Recap 12.21.2010 - Swiss Franc Continues its March vs Euro Today's session saw pretty thin liquidity and some choppy trading, but we did get some key themes and reaction to several news developments. The Euro was first stronger - on supportive comments from China - but then weaker as Moody's warned Portugal of a possible downgrade. The GBP was weaker on government borrowing figures, while the CAD slid following a report showing soft consumer inflation in November. 1. Euro Rises on China's Comments, But Slides on Portugal Moody's Warning -- To start the global session, we had some comments from Chinese vice premier Wang Qishan said his nation had taken "concrete action" to help the European Union with its debt problems. That helped to build a little confidence behind the euro-zone as the supportive comments implied that China will boost investment in the region or provide some kind of extra liquidity. China holds a record $2.65 trillion in foreign-exchange reserves. Portugal has said that China is willing to invest 4 billion euros to 5 billion euros in Portuguese government debt in the first quarter of next year. The EU is China's largest trading partner and China is the EU's second biggest export market, so there is advantages for both to see this crisis go away. Despite the early rise in the EUR/USD following Wang's comments, the Euro oared its gains on concern that European nations will struggle to raise funds amid a slew of credit-rating and outlook changes. We had the latest shot across the bow from Moody's which said ...
  • Early Morning Row Crescent Boat Club masters and old masters take a new eight-oared shell out for its maiden voyage on Schuylkill River, Philly, May 2011
  • 8+ Part 2 ~ The 2 seat The 2 seat is about the Pair in sweep-oared rowing and shows the Australian Men's Heavyweight Pair without coxswain of Duncan Free and Drew Ginn go from winning the Australian Championships to Gold Medals at Eton '06 and Munich '07 in the World Rowing Championships and then winning the Gold Medal at the Beijing Olympics.
  • Eucalyptus Globulus - Wiki Article The Tasmanian Blue Gum, Southern Blue Gum or Blue Gum, (Eucalyptus globulus) is an evergreen tree, one of the most widely cultivated trees native to Australia. They typically grow from 30 to 55 m ... Eucalyptus Globulus - Wiki Article - Original @ http All Information Derived from Wikipedia using Creative Commons License: Author: Forest & Kim Starr Image URL: Licensed under:Creative Commons ASA 3.0, This work is in the public domain in the United States. Author: SteveMX Image URL: Licensed under:This image is ineligible for copyright and therefore is in the public domain, because it consists entirely of information that is common property and contains no original authorship., This work is in the Public Domain., This work is in the public domain in the United States.
  • TV9 - "Onam Sambrama" - Celebration Of Onam Festival - Full TV9 - "Onam Samabrama" - Celebration Of Onam Festival - Full................! Onam is a festival celebrated by the people of Kerala, India. It falls during the month of Chingam (August--September) and marks the homecoming of the legendary Emperor Mahabali. The festival lasts for ten days and is linked to many elements of Kerala's culture and tradition. Intricate flower carpets, elaborate banquet lunch, snake boat races, Puli Kali, and the Kaikottikkali dance all play a part in the festival. And it can be undoubtedly said that these elements constitute the diversity, colorfulness and richness that no other festival can claim. Onam is an ancient festival which still survives in modern times. Kerala's rice harvest festival and the festival of rain flowers, which fell on the Malayalam month of Chingam, celebrated the Demon King Mahabali's annual visit from Patala . Onam is unique since Maveli has been revered by the people of Kerala since prehistory. According to the legend, Kerala witnessed its golden era during the reign of King Maveli. Everybody in the state was happy and prosperous and the king was highly regarded by his subjects, so much so that even the gods under Indra became jealous of Mahabali, and they approached Mahavishnu claiming that Mahabali is now equivalent to an Indra. Since a world with two Indras represents imbalance, Mahavishnu assumed the form of a dwarf: the Vamana avatara had tricked him to Patala. However, as Mahabali was equivalent to an Indra, he ...
  • Maintaining the Historic Grand Canyon Cataract Boat "Sandra" - River rafting through the Grand Canyon in an oar powered boat is a unique experience. Canyoneers offers rowed trips in addition to their motorized raft trips. The oared trips showcase the Sandra, the only remaining historic cataract boat working in Grand Canyon. Owned by Greg Reiff, grandson of legendary whitewater boatman Norman Nevilles, the Sandra is a fully restored wooden boat that measures just 16 feet in length and five feet wide. Greg explains the maintenance being done on the boat in a way that preserves the original wood. Finally, he relates how exciting and fun the boat is to row, and for passengers to ride on, through the Grand Canyon. Videography and video post production by Stephen J. Krieg. http
  • Waman Avtaar (1955) Praja Par Atyachaar Karne wali Satta,kabhi nahi tik saktih ! Mahabali ( Devanagari: महाबली), also known as Māveli was a benevolent Asura King, and the grandson of Prahlada. The festival of Onam is celebrated in honor of this mighty king. Onam is the biggest festival in the South Indian state of Kerala. It falls during the first month of Malayalee calendar which is Chingam (AugustSeptember) and marks the homecoming of the legendary King Mahabali. The festival lasts for ten days and is linked to many elements of Kerala's culture and tradition. Intricate wreaths of flowers, food, Snake Boat races and the Kaikottikali dance all play a part in the festival. For this festival, people wear new clothes: men a shirt and mundu, a skirt-like bottom, women mundu and a gold top, a Nariathu. Girls wear a skirt called Pavada, and a blouse. Onam is the harvest festival in Kerala. According to the legend, Kerala witnessed its golden era during the reign of King Mahabali. Everybody in the state was happy and prosperous and the king was highly regarded by his subjects. Apart from all his virtues, Mahabali had one shortcoming. He was egoistic. However, for all the good deeds done by Mahabali, God granted him a boon that he could annually visit his people with whom he was so attached. It is this visit of Mahabali that is celebrated as Onam every year. People celebrate the festival in a grand way and impress upon their dear King that they are happy and wish him well. The rich cultural heritage of Kerala comes out ...
  • C-3 summer 2011 The 4 oared "gimmie / clap" Abby, Emma, Angie, Emma, Tayler
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  • Foolish People Transporting Horses in a Dangerous Way. Today Thursday August 30 2012 Horse transports in the Middle Ages were boats used for effective means of transporting horses over long distances, whether for war or general transport. They can be found from the Early Middle Ages, in Celtic, Germanic and Mediterranean traditions. Military shipment of horses. The Mediterranean World The Romans had developed efficient methods of sea transport for horses, which were improved by the Arabic nations in the Early Middle Ages; these transports became common in Europe from the 10th century. Horse transports could be powered by oars or, sometimes, by sail. The oared tarida was able to be loaded and unloaded directly on a beach, using doors as loading ramps. In 1174 an Italo-Norman force attacked Alexandria with 1500 horses transported on 36 tarides. Detailed specifications for 13th. century tarides exist, showing they could carry 20-30 horses. In Angevin tarides, horses were stalled in threes, supported by canvas slings. Genoese tarides in 1246 carried 150 water butts containing 39750 litres in total. Sailing transports, known as usciere in Italian (French huissiers;Latin usserii), were also built. These had two decks and could carry up to 100 horses. The horses were loaded through openings in the hull, which were then sealed for the voyage. Venetian usciere built for Louis IX in 1268 were 25.76m long, had a beam of 6.1m, had two decks and two masts. Northern Europe Records of cavalry transportation abound throughout the period, reflecting the ...
  • Rowing on Lake Merritt May 10, 2010 (eight with 6 men and 2 women & a double) Men and women from the Lake Merritt Rowing Club work out in an eight oared shell at Lake Merritt in Oakland, California, along with two club members in a double.
  • Shetland Museum Sixareen Launch On the 21st of June Shetland Museum, Lerwick, launched a replica "sixareen" a vernacular fishing boat, the first to be built in Lerwick in over a century. Also a haddock fishing boat.
  • Hipponax - Wiki Article Hipponax (Ancient Greek: Ἱππῶναξ), of Ephesus and later Clazomenae, was an Ancient Greek iambic poet who composed verses depicting the vulgar side of life in Ionian society in the sixth century BC. H... Hipponax - Wiki Article - Original @ http All Information Derived from Wikipedia using Creative Commons License: Author: Published by Guillaume Rouille(1518?-1589) Image URL: Licensed under:This image is ineligible for copyright and therefore is in the public domain, because it consists entirely of information that is common property and contains no original authorship., This work is in the Public Domain., This work is in the public domain in the United States.
  • ONAM "HAPPY ONAM" Onam is the biggest and the most important festival of the state of Kerala. It is a harvest festival and is celebrated with joy and enthusiasm all over the state by people of all communities. According to a popular legend, the festival is celebrated to welcome King Mahabali, whose spirit is said to visit Kerala at the time of Onam. Onam is celebrated in the beginning of the month of Chingam, the first month of Malayalam Calendar (Kollavarsham). This corresponds with the month of August-September according to Gregorian Calendar. Carnival of Onam lasts from four to ten days. First day, Atham and tenth day, Thiruonam are most important of all. Popularity and presentation of rich culture of the state during the carnival made Onam the National Festival of Kerala in 1961. Elaborate feasts, folk songs, elegant dances, energetic games, elephants, boats and flowers all are a part of the dynamic festival called Onam. Government of India has taken due notice of this vibrant and colorful festival. It promotes Onam internationally in a big way and celebrates 'Tourist Week' for Kerala during Onam celebrations. Thousands of domestic and foreign tourists visit Kerala to be a part of Onam. The Legend Story goes that during the reign of mighty asura (demon) king, Mahabali, Kerala witnessed its golden era. Every body in the state was happy and prosperous and king was highly regarded by his subjects. Apart from all his virtues, Mahabali had one shortcoming. He was egoistic. This ...
  • Joseph Attieh - El Wared / الورد Official Joseph Attieh channel - Listen on Yala.fm bit.ly Like on Facebook : on.fb.me (c) Yala Music
  • American Writer and Anthropologist: Oliver La Farge Interview Oliver Hazard Perry La Farge (December 19, 1901 -- August 2, 1963) was an American writer and anthropologist, best known for his 1930 Pulitzer Prize-winning novel Laughing Boy. Named for his uncle, Oliver HP La Farge, he was the grandson of the artist and stained-glass pioneer John La Farge, and his wife Margaret Mason Perry. Her father was Christopher Grant Perry, the son of Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry and Elizabeth Champlin Mason. He was a descendant of Gov. Thomas Prence (1599 - March 29, 1673) a co-founder of Eastham, Massachusetts, a political leader in both the Plymouth and Massachusetts Bay colonies, and governor of Plymouth (1634, 1638, and 1657--1673); and Elder William Brewster (pilgrim), (c. 1567 - April 10, 1644), the Pilgrim leader and spiritual elder of the Plymouth Colony and a passenger on the Mayflower. His great-grandmother was Frances Sergeant who was the daughter of Chief Justice Thomas Sergeant and Sarah Bache, the daughter of Sarah Franklin Bache and Richard Bache. Frances was a great-granddaughter of Benjamin Franklin, one of the Founding Fathers of the United States of America and Deborah Read. He was the son of the noted Beaux-Arts architect Christopher Grant La Farge, and father of the folksinger and painter Peter La Farge. La Farge's short stories were published in The New Yorker and Esquire magazines. His more notable works, fiction and non-fiction, concern Native American culture. La Farge was born in New York City the son ...
  • Halong Bay Basket Boat Ride in Vietnam It was especially beautiful on Halong Bay, Vietnam when we were on an hour long basket boat ride. The seascape with the limestone scenery and the calmness of the bay were such memorable experiences. The pearl or oyster farm, the natural beauty of the bay and the fishing village added to this very special tour, as did the young women who oared each boat of 4 passengers.
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  • Todd takes a oar to the face Todd gets oared to the face
  • Quad Scull - Wiki Article A quad scull, or quadruple scull in full, is a rowing boat used in the sport of competitive rowing. It is designed for four persons who propel the boat by sculling with two oars, one in each hand Rac... Quad Scull - Wiki Article - Original @ http All Information Derived from Wikipedia using Creative Commons License: Author: Unknown Image URL: ( Creative Commons ASA 3.0 )
  • Australian Boat Race 2011 Australian Boat Race 2011 Teaser The University of Melbourne vs the University of Sydney. Sunday 30th October 2011. The Australian Boat Race is an annual rowing eights challenge between Australia's two oldest universities, the University of Melbourne and the University of Sydney. It is a stand alone show case event, held year about, on the Yarra River in the heart of Melbourne and on the Sydney Harbour. It encapsulates the long standing rivalry between two great cities and two great universities. It is set to become a showcase event on each of the cities' iconic watercourses and is the beginning of a brand new tradition. The race format is a one-on-one match race between each universities' best women's and men's rowing eights. First Boat Race - 1860 Sydney and Melbourne's boat clubs's date back to 1860 when the two universities clashed oars in their very first match race on Melbourne's Yarra River. While the University of Melbourne was victorious on that first occasion, there has been a 150 year old rivalry between these two universities both on and off the water. Tradition Revived - 2009 To coincide with 150 year celebrations of both university boat clubs their Vice-Chancellors called for a challenge of the best male and female eight oared crews from each university. Thus tradition was revived in 2009, as Sydney and Melbourne's boat clubs faced off in a time trial as part of the Annual Head of The Yarra. Both Melbourne's men's and women's crews ...