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Competition Bosun's Chair has also become a competition in Sea Scout regattas around the country such as the Old Salt's regatta and the Ancient Mariner's regatta.

An example of this is the offering of thanks to the Omboh Dilaut, the God of the Sea, whenever a particularly large
turbocharged vehicles, both sedan and wagon, regardless of the country the vehicle was sold in were equipped with ABS and rear ventilated disc brakes as standard equipment.

regardless of fashion or musical taste of the time, the songs live on.

At the maximum drunk level, the character would simply fall down, followed by the sounds of vomiting and the loss of all motor regardless of user input.

There is a long tradition of tolerance between the people who live there, regardless of their nationality, and although many Istrians today are ethnic Croats, a strong regional identity has existed over the years.

regardless, the Democrats still won the popular vote.

regardless of model, any radius falls between the polar minimum of about 6,357 km and the equatorial maximum of about 6,378 km (?3,950 - 3,963 mi).

regardless, the two continued to work as a team.

All service dogs need to learn a working position, usually the heel position, which the dog is responsible for maintaining regardless of how the owner moves and whether or not a leash is dropped.

The Mobility Allowance (now called the mobility component of Disability Living Allowance ), introduced by the Government in 1976, broke the mould in giving help regardless of ability to drive.

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