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An eight year old boy who should have been in his first year of the academy, who was nearly failing every class, had just completely curbstomped the Rookie Of The Year without even trying.

The US federal government authorized the Interstate Highway Act in June 1956, and construction had begun by the fall of that same year. The originally planned set of highways took decades to complete.

During his trek through Tselinoyarsk, Snake fought and defeated various members of The Boss's Cobra Unit , including The Pain , The Fear , The End , and ultimately The Fury . He disguised himself as a GRU officer to infiltrate Groznyj Grad , rescue Sokolov and find out how to destroy the Shagohod. However, the rescue attempt failed when Volgin saw through Snake's disguise, resulting in his capture. Snake awakened to the sounds of Sokolov's apparent death at Volgin's hands. During Snake's own torture a transmitter fell from his body. When suspicion fell on EVA, Snake saved her life at the cost of his own right eye. The disruption caused Volgin to depart with a distraught EVA (although not before EVA secretly told him where and how to escape from Groznyj Grad), and The Boss urged Snake to escape.

The carrier battles in 1942, particularly Midway , inflicted irreparable damage on the Imperial Japanese Navy Air Service (IJNAS), such that they could no longer put together a large number of fleet carriers with well-trained aircrews. [13] Japanese planners had assumed a quick war and lacked comprehensive programmes to replace the losses of ships, pilots, and sailors; at Midway in June 1942, the Japanese lost as many aircrewmen in a single day as their pre-war training program had caused in a year. [14] The following Solomon Islands campaign (1942-1945) and the New Guinea campaign (1942-1945), notably the Battles of Eastern Solomons (August 1942) and Santa Cruz (October 1942), further decimated the IJNAS veteran aircrews, and replacing their combat experience proved impossible. [15]

The film earned two Academy Award nominations, for Best Sound Recording , for Douglas Shearer , and for Best Visual Effects . [7] It was also named to the "10 Best Films of 1945" list by The New York Times . [8]

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In his book Excursions In and About Newfoundland During the Years 1839 and 1840 , [18] the geologist Joseph Beete Jukes describes the St. John's water dog. "A thin, short-haired, black dog came off-shore to us to-day. The animal was of a breed very different from what we understand by the term Newfoundland dog in England. He had a thin, tapering snout, a long thin tail, and rather thin, but powerful legs, with a lank body, – the hair short and smooth." wrote Jukes. "These are the most abundant dogs in the country...They are no means handsome, but are generally more intelligent and useful than the others...I observed he once or twice put his foot in the water and paddled it about. This foot was white, and Harvey said he did it to "toil" or entice the fish. The whole proceeding struck me as remarkable, more especially as they said he had never been taught anything of the kind."

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