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  • Charles William Barkley — For other people named Charles Barkley, see Charles Barkley (disambiguation). Charles William Barkley (1759 – 16 May 1832) was a ship captain and maritime fur trader. He was born in Hertford, England, son of Charles Barkley.[1] His name is… …   Wikipedia

  • Maritime Fur Trade — The North West Coast during the Maritime Fur Trade era, about 1790 to 1840 The Maritime Fur Trade was a ship based fur trade system that focused on acquiring furs of sea otters and other animals from the indigenous peoples of the Pacific… …   Wikipedia

  • Comercio marítimo de pieles — La costa Noroeste durante la época del del comercio marítimo de pieles, de 1790 a 1840 Se conoce como comercio marítimo de pieles al comercio de pieles marinas capturadas en la costa del Pacífico Noroeste desde mediados del siglo XVIII hasta… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Mai Charoenpura — Mai in 2000. Background information Birth name Siriwimol Charoenpura Born January 5, 1969 …   Wikipedia

  • Mai Charoenpura — Mai Charoenpura. Siriwimol Mai Charoenpura, Thaí: ใหม่เจริญปุระ (5 de enero de 1969), es una cantante y actriz tailandesa. Biografía Nació en Bangkok, Tailandia, ella es una de las cuatro hijas del actor tailandés Surin Charoenpura (nombre… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Charles William Barkley — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Barkley. Charles William Barkley (1759 ; 16 mai 1832) était un capitaine de navire, un explorateur et un commerçant de fourrures. Biographie Charles William Barkley, fils de Charles Barkley, est né …   Wikipédia en Français

  • tarwine — /taˈwɪni/ (say tah winee) noun NZ → tawine …   Australian-English dictionary

  • tawine — /taˈwɪni/ (say tah winee) noun NZ → cottonwood (def. 3). Also, tarwine. {alternative form of tauhinu} …   Australian-English dictionary

  • whinny — [c]/ˈwɪni / (say winee) verb (whinnied, whinnying) –verb (i) 1. (of a horse) to utter its characteristic cry; neigh. –verb (t) 2. to express by whinnying. –noun (plural whinnies) 3. a neigh. {alteration of whine in (now obsolete) sense whinny } …   Australian-English dictionary

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