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- Hull is the central and oldest part of the city of Gatineau, Quebec, Canada.
- Hull was the Secretary of State responsible for foreign relations before and during the attack on Pearl Harbor.
- Hull was a friend of Nathan Hale and tried to dissuade Hale from the dangerous spy mission that would cost him his life.
- Hull was born in Pointe Anne (now part of Belleville), Ontario.
- Hull was elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1983.
- When Hull scored his series-clinching goal in triple overtime of game six, his foot was in the crease but the puck was not.
- Brett Hull of the Dallas Stars scored the series-clinching goal against the Buffalo Sabres.
- Many thus regard Bossy along with Lemieux (as well as Bobby Hull and Richard) as the best pure goal scorers ever to play the game.
- If the hull was holed-by shellfire, mine, torpedo, or collision-then, in theory, only one area would flood and the ship could survive.
- Torpedoes, like most deck mounted weapons, can be mounted anywhere on a hull (even on destroyers) without any weight change.
- June 19, 1999 – Brett Hull scores with 5:09 left in the third OT in game six to win the Stanley Cup for the Dallas Stars over the Buffalo Sabres.
- In the 1980s, Darby received a design patent for a one-person sailboat, the Darby 8 SS sidestep hull.
- It covered the former county boroughs of Grimsby and Kingston upon Hull.
- Hull reached the Second Division in 1985 under new player-manager Brian Horton.
- In this sense a convex polyhedron is the closed convex hull of a finite number of points and rays.
- Stan Mikita - While he may have been overshadowed a bit by the charismatic Bobby Hull, Stan Mikita may have been the better player of the two.
- The next day, Tony Esposito recorded his 8th shutout of the season as Hull scored two goals in a 4-0 win at Chicago Stadium over the St. Louis Blues.
- It is managed by TransPennine Express, which provides train services along with Northern Rail, Hull Trains and GNER.
- I don't even know who the assistant manager of Hull is or what he looks like.
- Services on the line are provided by Northern Rail, with a few trains continuing through Hull to the Yorkshire Coast Line.
- It is served by Bridlington railway station which is on the Yorkshire Coast Line that runs between Hull and Scarborough.
- These measures save a lot of space inside the pressure hull, which is much heavier and takes longer to build than the light hull.
- During the spacewalk the crew will install a new hydrogen vent valve on the hull of the Zvezda Service Module to bypass a similar valve that is clogged.
- Built on the Thames, the ship had an iron hull and two paddle wheels.
- It provides an anchor point for the forestay(s), allowing the fore-mast to be stepped farther forward on the hull.
- It had two torpedoes, new air systems, and a hull shape, propeller, and cruciform external controls anticipating much later designs.
- A crucial element of the proposed invention is the wing or hull shape in the vicinity of the flapping foils.
- Burling Hull claimed to have invented the deck in 1909.
- This design of hull is inherently slower than almost any other hull design, giving an additional disadvantage to ships employing rams.
- The first game of Inline Sledge Hockey was played at Bisley, England on the 19th December 2009 between the Hull Stingrays and the Grimsby Redwings.
- The ship has a small, single hull with warp nacelles that are pod-like in appearance.
- A vessel may have a single hull (called a monohull design), two in the case of catamarans, or three in the case of trimarans.
- We also operate Hull Trains, a non-franchised open access intercity passenger train operator, and we provide rail freight services through GB Railfreight.
- We also operate Hull Trains, a non-franchised open access operator.
- Inside the outer hull there is a strong hull, or pressure hull, which withstands sea pressure and has normal atmospheric pressure inside.
- La Gloire' s wooden hull was modelled on that of a steam ship of the line, reduced to one deck, sheathed in iron plates 4.5 inches (110 mm) thick.
- It is berthed in the river Hull in Hull, England, and is part of the city's Museums Quarter.
- Opposing him at Detroit was one of the most inept American leaders, General William Hull.
- Additionally, each ship is given a letter-based hull classification symbol (for example CVN or DDG) to indicate the vessel's type and a hull number.
- The ships carry the US Navy hull designations: T for Military Sealift Command and AKR for fast sealift ship, followed by the hull number.
- In Boston, Captain Isaac Hull and his men so badly damaged the British ship Guerreire that Hull ordered it burned because it was no longer useful.
- A nephew of William Hull, he was master of a ship by age 19.
- Hull City have been told by Wigan Athletic boss Steve Bruce that he is close to calling off the transfer of striker Marlon King to the KC Stadium.
- The KC Stadium has also witnessed the rise of Hull FC from play-off contenders to championship contenders.
- Brian Horton (born February 4, 1949 in Hednesford) is an English football manager, currently working as the assistant manager at Hull City.
- Hull City reached the Second Division in 1985 under new player-manager Brian Horton.
- Horton became player-manager of Hull City a year later, winning promotion to the Second Division in 1985.
- Hull also agreed to renew the copyright and assign the motion picture rights during the renewal term to the purchaser Moskowitz.
- The difference in drag, along a 16-20 foot hull, between a wet sanded hull and a waxed hull has never been experimentally confirmed, to my knowledge.
- The Humber Bridge, a road-only bridge, and part of the A15, links Hessle, west of Hull, with Barton-upon-Humber in Lincolnshire.
- Alderton was born at Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, but grew up in Kingston upon Hull where he attended Kingston High School.
- For ceremonial purposes the county also includes the city of Kingston upon Hull, which is a separate unitary authority.
- Bobby Hull was famous for the speed and accuracy of his 120 mph slapshot, that many others would soon try to imitate.
- Our hull design synthesizes desirable aspects of both monohull and existing catamaran technologies to create a stable, responsive ride at any speed.
- William Hull was a military and political leader in the Midwest in the years after the American Revolution.
- He joined Hull City in 1949 and Manchester City two years later.
- Dr. Robert C. Hull is a dentist focusing on cosmetic dental procedures such as teeth whitening, dental implants, and veneers.
- Changes to the hull gave a more complete internal protection and allowed the larger ships to make the same speed with the same powerplant.
- Development classes: Most dinghy classes have a fairly fixed layout of sails and hull design, and changes are very infrequent.
- Other Navy vessels classified as "in service" are simply identified by their name (if any) and hull number, with no prefix.
- Buy 20 Years at Hull House by ADDAMS JANE for cheap at Save 50 - 90% on new and used books.
- In 1889 she and Ellen Gates Starr co-founded Hull House in Chicago, Illinois, one of the first settlement houses in the United States.
- Hull, Mikita, Pilote, and Hall became preeminent stars in Chicago, and all four would eventually be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame.
- In 1899 Kropotkin moved to Chicago and lived in the Hull House settlement.
- Maria Luz Puertas Strong product of graphs: geodetic and hull numbers and boundary-type sets.
- The Whales Forever was rammed by the Norwegian destroyer Andenes, fired upon, and had two depth charges deployed under the hull.
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* Arctic Corsair
* Bobby Hull
* Brett Hull
* Career Goals
* Conning Tower
* Convex Hull
* Cordell Hull
* First Season
* General Manager
* Hull Olympiques
* Hull Trains
* John Venn
* Secondary Armament
* Stanley Cup
* Stan Mikita
* Starboard Side
* Three Seasons
* United Nations
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