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“They had this enormous ship called Inflexible, which they had brought over from England, taken it down, brought it around into the lake and rebuilt it at the top of the lake.”
“Ships like the Inflexible are the most powerful afloat.”
“The keel and floor-timbers, also, of the "Inflexible," a ship of three hundred tons, which had been laid down at Quebec, were taken to pieces, carried over to St. John's, and laid down again at a corner of the lake, where a little dock-yard was improvised.”
“Go-Ahead" was the most perfect type of what had up to then been invented in aerostatic art -- she was what an "Inflexible" or a”
“The first battlecruiser was the HMS '' Inflexible '', completed in 1908 for the Royal”
“Inflexible and costly collective bargaining agreements have driven up its labor costs and crowded out services.”
“Inflexible labor rules and competition for power among unions led to endless strikes and disruption of the economy.”
“This interactive DVD series includes realistic options like "Yoga For Inflexible People" with 35, 15 to 75-minute routines with focuses from "Hips" and "Shoulders" to "Energizing.”
“Inflexible, stubborn and cruel" is how one contemporary described him.”
“Inflexible office hours, lack of childcare for other children, and language barriers also present challenges.”
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