Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
He was also for a long period consulting engineer to the Board of Admiralty.
It makes rude work with the Board of Admiralty.
Seymour left the ship after this, being appointed to the Board of Admiralty in autumn 1795.
His promotion was confirmed by the Board of Admiralty.
"Obviously the Board of Admiralty have something in mind, otherwise they wouldn't have ordered the delay."
And the Board of Admiralty, of course, neither intended nor proposed;they disposed.
The Board of Admiralty would laugh at that, and with their crystal-clear logic they almost invariably pick the wrong man.
The political position of the Board of Admiralty was peculiar, and unlike that of any other government department.
Promoted to flag rank soon after these events, he returned to England and joined the Board of Admiralty.
One was his Board of Admiralty seal, which contained a red-and-white striped shield on a blue field.
The late Board of Admiralty laid down an admirable type for the purpose in the Leander class.
William Thomas Roe also served on The Board of Admiralty.
The custom in those days was for the Board of Admiralty to resign when there was a change of government.
"Promptly at ten that morning, I was taken before the Board of Admiralty Commissioners.
Charted by Discovery Investigations in 1926-30 and named after the Board of Admiralty.
The Board of Admiralty have a historical tradition of attempting to follow a successful ship with a smaller and cheaper version.
The Board of Admiralty attended in their steam yacht, the Black Eagle.
"You must be one of the few wives who could sit with the full Board of Admiralty and make them sit up and listen!"
The civilian First Lord remained agreeable to his plans, although the Board of Admiralty was split.
With Canning as his First Lord, secretary and Board of Admiralty all in one, how different it would be!
Why, half the Board of Admiralty is made up of Jesuits, though it don't do to let it be generally known.
"The Board of Admiralty and a backgammon board have much in common; both depend on the roll of a die.
On taking office Sandys did, indeed, warn the Board of Admiralty that he believed that carriers cost more than they were worth.
In the period from 1860 to 1865 the Board of Admiralty were seriously concerned at the speed with which France was producing ironclad warships.
He was admitted by the Board of Admiralty without the production of a medical certificate, which was contrary to the usual regulation.
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