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baltic

mod. cold; very cold. It really looks baltic out there today.
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Mother Rugen's tea-house on the Baltic And a dance with Ella Sweyn at Elsinore!
By the time it said, "The Baltic, now," the laugh which had been running through the audience became a general shout, and but for the sobering effects of party and that great public cause which the entanglement of things had identified with "Brooke of Tipton," the laugh might have caught his committee.
Brooke heard the laughter; but he had expected some Tory efforts at disturbance, and he was at this moment additionally excited by the tickling, stinging sense that his lost exordium was coming back to fetch him from the Baltic.
It has, however, the advantage of being a suitable place to which to take refractory visitors when they have stayed too long, or left my books out in the garden all night, or otherwise made their presence a burden too grievous to be borne; then one fine hot morning when they are all looking limp, I suddenly propose a picnic on the Baltic.
And what a nice chapter you will be able to write about the Baltic," said I.
No details ever came out, but it was known that the revolutionary parties abroad had given their assistance, had sent emissaries in advance, that even money was found to dispatch a steamer with a cargo of arms and conspirators to invade the Baltic provinces.
Now, to go any one of these journeys in the winter would have been preposterous; for as to Dantzic, the Baltic would have been frozen up and I could not get passage; and to go by land in those countries was far less safe than among the Mogul Tartars; likewise, as to Archangel in October, all the ships would be gone from thence, and even the merchants who dwell there in summer retire south to Moscow in the winter, when the ships are gone; so that I could have nothing but extremity of cold to encounter, with a scarcity of provisions, and must lie in an empty town all the winter.
A review of US Baltic policy yields a contradictory and unclear picture.
Half received fish from the relatively clean North Atlantic; the rest dined on fare harvested from the industrially polluted Baltic.
Baltic banking markets are highly concentrated if compared to other CEE markets.
HELSINKI, February 10 /PRNewswire/ -- At the Baltic Sea Action Summit in Helsinki today, Nord Stream took a further concrete step in line with its firm commitment to preserve the Baltic Sea.
The foreign minister stated that the most important thing for Estonia, in the context of the Baltic Sea Region Strategy, is creating new transport links along the eastern shore of the Baltic Sea, establishing a new energy network, promoting innovation and research-related cooperation, and removing obstacles from the internal market.
But the East Prussian (since 1945 Russian) enclave on the Baltic has hidden treasures, old and new.
Erika Rushton, chair of Baltic Creative CIC, said: "Both Claire and Paul were instrumental in developing our vision for Baltic Creative, which has played such an important role in the regeneration of Baltic Triangle.
The young artists have been producing collages, mini sculptures and even animations with the help of Baltic staff.
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