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Etymology and early history Main articles: Burlesque (genre) and Burlesque (literary) The term burlesque may be traced to folk poetry and theatre and apparently derived from the late Latin burra ('trifle').

Opinion can be so perverted as to cause the false to seem true; the enemy, a
Arkantos is the main character in Fall of the Trident.

Sculpin Lord Sculpin is the red fish man-like leader of the Ten Terrors with a trident for a weapon.

Triton received the trident while Ursula received the magic Nautilus shell.

CHIRP Website Retrieved: 26 October 2008 brought to light two earlier near-accidents involving the Trident's deep stall characteristics.

The additional weight of the three crew members necessitated the removal of a quantity of mail and freight from the Trident and the load sheet to be re-drafted, this took place with the engines running.

The outgoing prime Minister James Callaghan made his government's papers on Trident available to Margaret Thatcher 's new incoming Conservative Party government, which took the decision to acquire the Trident C4 missile.

During his training, he got his code name he and his colleagues used in the field: Trident.

Bangor's 8 submarines have 24 Trident I missiles per boat with 8 warheads per missile, for a total of 1,536.

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