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  • He also served in Liverpool, Brest and on the U.S.S. Plattsburg, Cape Finisterre, returning to the US in 1919 where he was discharged in May.

    George Howe

  • Another called at Ceylon, continued on to Sumatra, and returned to Europe after many adventures, only to be captured by a Dutch ship off Cape Finisterre in Spain.

    Champlain's Dream

  • He estimated the arrival at Cape Finisterre as ten days later, the arrival at Vigo Bay as one day thereafter, the departure from Vigo six days later; doubling Cape St. Vincent three days later; arrival at Cadiz soon after that; stay in Cadiz one month.

    Champlain's Dream

  • Against the stories of men that begin in Cape Finisterre.

    [Jose] Oswald de [Souza] Andrade

  • Let them meet again at Cape Finisterre, if indeed they ever meet.

    Westward Ho!

  • He was working on the rather deliberate decoration of the main-road system then in course of construction, running from Cape Finisterre through North Italy and along the North Black-Sea Dyke to the Crimea and

    The Shape of Things to Come

  • By that time the stout Dutch bark, having given a wide berth to the wakes of war, was forty leagues west of Cape Finisterre, under orders to touch no land short of the Cape, except for fresh water at St. Jago.


  • 'We've come for Rociito,' Fermin informed a pimp whose sideburns bore a surprising resemblance to Cape Finisterre.

    The Shadow of the Wind

  • Sir Robert Calder, who had been sent out to intercept their return, had fallen in with them on the 22nd of July, sixty leagues off Cape Finisterre.

    The Life of Horatio Lord Nelson

  • That was the first sign Hornblower observed of the storm of indignation roused by the news of the battle off Cape Finisterre.

    Hornblower And The Crisis


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