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  • named their girl children after her. At least three figureheads were carved in her likeness: for the ships Martha, Julia Lawrence, and an unnamed ship that
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  • Trust of South Australia Figureheads The Mariners' Museum Figurehead Collection Winchester, Clarence, ed. (1937), "Ships' figureheads", Shipping Wonders of
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  • semi-presidential republics are often considered to be figureheads. Commonly cited figureheads include Elizabeth II, who is queen of 16 Commonwealth realms
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  • badges to every ship, submarine, squadron and shore establishment. Prior to the age of steam ships, ships were identified by their figurehead. With the removal
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  • Gorch Fock (1958) (categoría Ships built in Hamburg)
    tall ship of the German Navy (Deutsche Marine). She is the second ship of that name and a sister ship of the Gorch Fock built in 1933. Both ships are named
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  • heavy-first rate battleships. Mahmudiye, with a roaring lion as the ship's figurehead, was intended to serve to reconstitute the morale of the nation after
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  • Cutty Sark (redirección desde Cutty Sark (ship))
    following the 2007 fire. The gallery beneath the ship holds the world's largest collection of ships' figureheads, donated to the Society by Sydney Cumbers in
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  • HMS Challenger (1858) (categoría 1858 ships)
    1879. p. 6. "HMS Challenger". Figureheads. Royal Museums Greenwich. Retrieved 19 December 2018. Bastock, John (1988), Ships on the Au Station, Child & Associates
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  • wood carving (ornamental) or cleat (functional). On large wooden ships, figureheads can be attached to the upper end of the stem.[citation needed] Beakhead
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  • USS Constitution (redirección desde Ship Constitution)
    designed the frigates to be the young Navy's capital ships, and so Constitution and her sister ships were larger and more heavily armed and built than standard
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  • accident. Figureheads had long-since been discontinued as a feature of most ships, but the Norwegian Lady had become more than a mere ship's figurehead to the
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  • ship's wheel replaced by a double wheel, period fighting tops fitted, new sails, and the figurehead replaced. After the film was complete, the ship was
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  • Navy (sección Ships)
    and related functions. It includes anything conducted by surface ships, amphibious ships, submarines, and seaborne aviation, as well as ancillary support
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  • cope with heavy seas. On slower ships like tankers and barges, a fuller bow shape is used to maximise the volume of the ship for a given length. The bow may
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  • medium-sized ships with a single gundeck, normally armed with 12-pounder and smaller cannons; these ships were cheaper than larger ships and were well-suited
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  • fore-and-aft mainsails. A figurehead in the shape of a fashionably-dressed lady with a hat and feather was situated on the bow. The ship was armed with two 2-pounder
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  • Merchant Navy memorabilia. He was noted for his large collection of ships' figureheads that he maintained at his house in Gravesend, and which he later donated
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  • Naval heraldry (redirección desde Ships' badges)
    end of the 19th century onwards, after distinguishing features such as figureheads and gilding were discouraged or banned by several navies. Naval heraldry
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  • mid-17th century reduced the ruling Ottoman Pashas to little more than figureheads in the region, the towns of Tripoli, Algiers, Tunis, and others became
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  • Great Michael (redirección desde Michael (ship))
    Great Harry, which was even larger. These ships were the first great ships, the precursors of the later ship of the line. Michael was named after the archangel
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  • Keel (redirección desde Ship’s keel)
    keel in the cradle in which the ship will be built may mark the start time of its construction. Large, modern ships are now often built in a series of
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  • Blue Jacket (clipper) (categoría Ships built in Boston)
    of drift for the figurehead was calculated to be 6½ miles per day. List of clipper ships Bruzelius, Lars (1997-03-21). "Clipper Ships: "Blue Jacket" (1854)"
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