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**There** are **some people** on a **boat**. **55 get off** the **boat** at the **first stop** ...

... **boat** at the **first stop**. **110 people get** on the **boat**. **Now there** are **170 people** on
the **boat**. How **many people were** on the **boat** to **begin** with? ... set **off from** the **first**
**stop**. Essentially, we **now have** (x-**55**)+**110 people** onboard.

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US History: Panama Canal for Kids

Before the canal, ships would **have** to **go** around the entire continent of South
America. A **ship** ... At **one** point **there were** as **many** as 45,000 men involved in
the project. ... Building the Locks - Locks on each side of the canal lift and lower
**boats** a total of 85 feet. ... Around 9,000 **people currently** work for the Panama
Canal.

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Using bearings in trigonometry - Revision 2 - National 5 Maths ...

A **boat** leaves the harbour and travels 9 km north west, then 12 km north.
Calculate ... b) the bearing **it now** has to sail to **get** back to the harbour. Answer.
We need to sketch the problem **first**. ... The distance of the **boat from** the harbour
is the missing side. ... We can use the sine rule or the cosine rule as we **now have**
so **much** ...

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https://www.smithsonianmag.com/photocontest/detail/natural-world ...

This **one** had quite **a few boats** traveling on **it**. Venice **IT** Venice ..... Thousands of
**people have** gassed up here on **there** way forward on the roads and in life.

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Lifeboats of the RMS Titanic - Wikipedia

The lifeboats of the RMS Titanic played a crucial role in the disaster of 14–15
April 1912. **One** of the **ship's** legacies **was** that she had 20 lifeboats that could
only ... **Many** lifeboats only carried half of **their** maximum capacity; **there** are **many**
... The exterior of the **boats were** fitted with "grablines" for **people** in the water to
hold on ...

For more information, see Lifeboats of the RMS Titanic - Wikipedia