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Old 13th January 2022, 09:20
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A must for next Tuesday 18/01 on BBC 2 at 9.00 pm Why ships crash with emphasis on the Evergiven.
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Old 13th January 2022, 13:53
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BBC 2, it could be interesting. I hope it has some depth and is not cobbled together from bits of news bulletins.
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BBC 2, it could be interesting. I hope it has some depth and is not cobbled together from bits of news bulletins.
It was lack of depth that caused the accident in the first place.
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Not likely to see it here in the Colonies but if it measures lengths in football grounds, volumes in Olympic swimming pools, areas in double-decker busses, electricity in small towns, power in domestic cars and heights in three-storey buildings like the last BBC so called doco that I saw I don't think that I will miss it.
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It was lack of depth that caused the accident in the first place.
And a shortage of width.
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Old 14th January 2022, 14:48
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It was lack of depth that caused the accident in the first place.
Surely the SCA would not allow a ship that was near the bottom to traverse the canal,perhaps dollars come in to it.
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