English Channel

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an arm of the Atlantic Ocean that forms a channel between France and Britain

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This year we have the likes of British Sea Power performing and we are selling out individual shows.
The world premiere of this stunning work was at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield in June 2012, with British Sea Power playing the soundtrack live.
The title of the band's first album alone-The Decline of British Sea Power (2003)--evokes the rise and fall of the British Empire, taking us from the earliest voyages of exploration and colonization to the Battle of the Atlantic, while nodding toward what followed: the "British Invasion" of the 1960s, and a new kind of war waged on the cultural front, on vinyl, on airwaves, and on tours reimagined as military campaigns.
British Sea Power are a band whose moment finally seems to have come after more than 10 years.
Tim Burgess of The Charlatans and British Sea Power headlined on Friday night.
Army Command and General Staff College), lay in protecting British sea trade.
This gig included a support act who could have been headliners themselves, cult favourites British Sea Power.
Rounding off the top 10 are British Sea Power's 'Remember Me' and Radiohead's There There.
00 Lingfield Henry George Kendall (1874-1965) was a British sea captain who survived several shipwrecks, including an attack by a German submarine during World War I, and was also noted for his role in the capture of Dr Crippen, the London cellar murderer, in 1910.
Theline-up for the first ever event of its kind in Portmeirion now includes Death In Vegas, Everything Everything, Cate le Bon, King Creosote, British Sea Power and Field Music.
From July 14-17, Henham Park Estate will also play host to the likes of The Bees, Bright Eyes, British Sea Power, Hurts, OMD, Paloma Faith, Jenny and Johnny, Villagers and Edwyn Collins.
The growth of China's naval power in the region is frequently compared to Germany's challenge to British sea power prior to World War I.
Nelson's navy in fiction and film; depictions of British sea power in the Napoleonic era.
Fans of not just modern baseball but baseball history from bygone times will welcome OLD-TIME BASEBALL: AMERICA'S PASTIME IN THE GILDED AGE: it captures the heyday of early baseball, from its invention in 1842 by the descendant of a British sea captain to the first games played on a vacant lot in Madison in New York.
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