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1. Manfred von Richthofen with other members of Jasta 11 | Bundesarchiv | World War I Centenary

Categories :Photograph of Manfred von Richthofen standing in front of an Albatros D III aircraft with other members of Jasta 11, including Sebastian Festner and Otto Brauneck.

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2. South Africa July – December 1905 | Pitt Rivers Museum

Friday 4  1 albatros seen D. Exulans. A few rorquals. Sat.

www.prm.ox.ac.uk/south-africa-july-december-1905- 653k - 26 May 2020 - Cached

3. N H Griffin | Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages

Review, Louis C. Pérez, The dramatic works of Feliciana Enríquez de Guzmán, Ediciones Hispanófila 38 (Valencia : Albatros, 1988), Bulletin of Hispanic Studies (Liverpool) 67 (1990) 423.

www.mod-langs.ox.ac.uk/people/n-h-griffin- 56k - Cached

4. Drawing and Sculpture 'Notes and Queries' 1874 & 1892

from the representation of a human face; or that of the north-west coast of America, where patterns derived from the head and beak of the albatros monopolize the entire system

web.prm.ox.ac.uk/rpr/index.php/articles-index/12-articles/722-drawing-and-sculpture-notes-and-queries-1892/index.html- 25k - 20 Nov 2013 - Cached

5. CPR Rome-Ponte Galeria | Landscapes of Border Control

the Social Cooperative Albatros (September 2018 – present).

borderlandscapes.law.ox.ac.uk/location/cpr-rome-ponte-galeria- 46k - Cached

6. Drawing and Sculpture 'Notes and Queries' 1874 & 1892

from the representation of a human face; or that of the north-west coast of America, where patterns derived from the head and beak of the albatros monopolize the entire system

web.prm.ox.ac.uk/rpr/index.php/article-index/12-articles/722-drawing-and-sculpture-notes-and-queries-1892.html- 29k - 5 Nov 2015 - Cached

7. Australia. 1914. B.A.A.S. (British Association for the Advancement of Science). Meeting in Sydney etc | Pitt Rivers Museum

Can only crawl about. A great many mollymawks following ship (4 kinds, chlororhynchus melanophrys, exulans the sooty albatros.

www.prm.ox.ac.uk/australia-1914-baas-british-association-advancement-science-meeting-sydney-etc- 1119k - 26 May 2020 - Cached

8. https://www.cs.ox.ac.uk/files/8310/sigmod-16-siemens-demo.pdf

users to provide aset of examples of entities from the class, e.g., Turbine, where eachexample is a set of keywords, e.g., {albatros, gas, 2008}.

www.cs.ox.ac.uk/files/8310/sigmod-16-siemens-demo.pdf- 2057k - 6 May 2016 - Cached

9. South and East Africa. 1929. Tour as President of the Anthropology Section of the B.A.A.S. (British Association for the Advancement of Science) | Pitt Rivers Museum

Later I saw one Wandering Albatros (D. Exulans), many Mollymawks, some all-dark Gannets, a Cape Hen (White-throated Petrel) other large Petrels.

www.prm.ox.ac.uk/south-and-east-africa-1929-tour-president-anthropology-section-baas-british-association-advancement- 772k - 26 May 2020 - Cached

10. Pitt-Rivers and 'Notes and Queries' sections 1874

from the representation of a human face; or that of the north-west coast of America, where patterns derived from the head and beak of the albatros monopolize the entire system

web.prm.ox.ac.uk/rpr/index.php/article-index/12-articles/723-pitt-rivers-and-notes-and-queries/index.html- 66k - 20 Nov 2013 - Cached

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