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Also, the Kingdom of Morocco will provide the Ukrainian vessels in its ports and territorial seas under its sovereign jurisdiction the same treatment as their own ships of international transport.
The Ashbrow Labour man had said: "Some schools have got this idea from the media that they can run their own ship, but they end up just shifting to a new boss.
South Korea is also considering sending a warship to combat rampant piracy off Somalia, where its own ships and crews have been targeted several times.
com Pirate Pete's Giant Adventure by Kim Kennedy and featuring the illustrations of Doug Kennedy is a remarkable tale of a pirate named Pete and his ultimate journey to take hold of the Sea-Fairy Saffire in exchange for his very own ship.
During his years on the ship he learned to be a geisha who spied on the competition, a killer and eventually a captain on his own ship.
In other words, the US should dismantle their own ships and the UK should dismantle their own ships.
``We landed in an area that was still being shelled by our own ships, including the USS California, with 16-inch shells.
Viking River Cruises--operates mostly its own ships, many of which have been built during the past five years.