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What others are saying. When navigating the seas, Vikings used crows as navigational equipment. Some Norsemen carried the birds in a cage tied to the top of the mast. Crows are land lovers, and when the weather made visibility difficult, they released crows to see which direction it would fly. Since they almost always flew toward land,they followed the crow's path. Later, as ships changed and grew larger, they placed a sailor in a bucket high atop the main mast to look for land, pirates, and other dangers.
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Life Cycles: Polar Lands by Sean Callery explores how ten of these creatures from both poles―including the arctic fo. Life Cycles: Polar Lands Paperback – October 30, 2012. by. Sean Callery (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more.
Polar Star Polar Kelo. Popular points of interest near the accommodation include Market Square, Levi, Sonera Kids Land and Mary's chapel, Levi. The nearest airport is Kittila Airport, 9 miles from Polar Star Polar Kelo.
Polar Star Martin Cruz Smith Monday, August 13, 2012 9:25 PM Arkady Renko is a former police investigator, now disgraced, and working on the "slime line" on the Soviet factory fishing ship "Polar Star". When the dead body of a female crewmember is dragged in a net from the sea floor, he is pressed into service as an investigator again.
The sea-green walls gave the room a proper underwater aspect
The sea-green walls gave the room a proper underwater aspect. Around the desk’s glittering collection of glasses and bottles of mineral water sat Marchuk, First Mate Volovoi and a third man, who was. not much larger than a child. He had eyelids dark from lack of sleep, hair wild as straw and an unlit navigator’s pipe drooping from his mouth. What made him remarkable was that Arkady had never seen him before. Slava had already begun. At his feet was a canvas sack. After my visit to the Eagle, I conferred with First Mate Volovoi.
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