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a light open casque without a visor or beaver

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The presence of both magnetite types is not surprising because, as Casquet and Velasco (1978) state, the magnetite formation took place over an extended period of time.
(10.) Casquet, C., Eguiluz, L., Galindo, C., Tornos, F.
Ironically the Casquet's lighthouse keepers had heard the rushing of steam and shrieks and cries of people in distress, but were powerless to help.
He refers to the first of them as; "The "casquet" of priceless jewels, sufficient to tempt a Diogenes from his tub, or an anchorite from his cell" (Clifford, 1861: 32).
The OMZ is located between the Iberian Pyrite Belt (IPB--belongs to the South Portuguese zone) and the CIZ (Tornos and Casquet, 2005; Tornos et al., 2006).
Detailed information concerning the configuration, subsidence and development of the Cameros Basin, as well as diagenesis, petroleum systems and hydrothermal metamorphism within the basin, can be obtained from Casquet et al., 1992; Mas et al., 1993; Alonso-Azcarate et al., 1995; Barrenechea et al., 1995; Guimera et al., 1995; Mantilla-Figueroa et al., 1998; Alonso-Azcarate et al.
ITV reported that marine scientist David Mearns will be working with local recovery experts looking for the aircraft, while the latest underwater technology will be used to scan the 60m deep seabed around Casquets island, eight miles north-west of Alderney.
ITV report that marine scientist David Mearns will be working with local recovery experts looking for the aircraft, while the latest underwater technology will be used to scan the 60m deep seabed around Casquets island, eight miles northwest of Alderney.
Mearns will use the latest in underwater technology to scan the 60m deep seabed around Casquets island, eight miles northwest of Alderney, the last known location of the plane, in a specialist survey vessel.
On Thursday rescuers turned their attention to a coastal search of the Casquets, Alderney, the north coast of the Cherbourg Peninsula, north coast of Jersey and then back over Sark.
The air search focused on a "coastal search using the Channel Islands Air Search plane of Burhou, the Casquets, Alderney, the north coast of the Cherbourg Peninsula, north coast of Jersey and then back over Sark" according to the emergency services.
Below: Vija Celmins, Heater, 1964, oil on canvas, 47% x 48" Right: Victor Hugo, Le phare des Casquets (The Casquets Lighthouse), 1866, ink, crayon, chalk, and gouache on paper, 35 3/8 x 18 1/8".
The ferry has two bars - Horizon and Island - for reasonably priced snacks and drinks on board as well as Casquets Bistro for quick and easy British grub.