Patterson(DE-1061: dp. 3,011; 1. 438& 39;; b. 47& 39;; dr. 25& 39;, s. 27 k., cpl. 245; a. 1 5& 34;, 4 tt.; ASROC, DASH, SPARROW III missiles; cl. Kno:G)The third Patterson was laid down 12 October 1967 by Avondale Shipyards, Ine., Westwego, La, Launched 3 May 1969; sponsored by Miss Laura Winslow, and commissioned 14 March 1970, Comdr.
K. Luckenbach StrK. LuckenbachA former name retained.(Str: dp. 16,000; 1. 468& 39;3& 34;; b. 56& 39;; dr. 30& 39;6& 34;; s. 15 k.; cpl. 99; a. 1 6& 34;, 1 3& 34;)K. Luckenbach was launched 27 October 1917 by the Fore River Shipbuilding Co., Quincy, Mass., for the Luckenbach Steamship Co. of New York; acquired by the Navy at New York 8 August 1918; and commissioned 9 August, Lt.
Sewing as Authority in the Middle AgesBy Kathryn M. RudyZeitschrift für Medien-und Kulturforschung, Vol.6:1 (2015)Abstract: This essay considers medieval sewing in light of Austin’s speech-act theory. Analysing manuscripts, relics, indulgences, and even a bishop’s mitre, the article argues that stitching was a way to enact, or intensify, the ritual purpose of objects, whether that was ceremonial, devotional, or authoritative.
Morane-Saulnier M.S.42The Morane-Saulnier M.S.42 was a prototype two-seat biplane intermediate trainer that entered service in modified form as the M.S.43. The M.S.42 was an equal span biplane, with tandem cockpits and dual controls. It was developed into the M.S.43, an unequal span biplane that served alongside the parasol wing Morane-Saulnier M.
The neglected reconquest: Portugal as a European frontier (1064-1250)By Stephen LayPhD Dissertation, Monash University, 2004Abstract: This thesis examines the evolution of Portugal between the mid-eleventh and the mid-thirteenth centuries, a period of Iberian history dominated by the Reconquista. Study of the reconquest in Portugal has often been neglected in favour of events in neighbouring Spain.