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sealion

member of the family Otariidae, identifiable by having external ears. There are several genera including Otaria, the southern sealion, Zalophus, the Californian sealion and Eumetopius, Steller's sealion. They are large seals with a hairy coat and lacking the fur of the fur seals.

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The properties of SeaLion Resilient significantly reduce the risk of mechanical damage and maintain hull condition throughout the service period.
By simplifying maintenance and reducing need for repair, SeaLion Resilient can contribute to a significant reduction in off-hire time and docking and labour costs, while keeping paint consumption to a minimum," she noted.
Britain had won the Battle of Britain and Operation Sealion was postponed until further notice.
For example, one of the variants of the SeaLion includes a metal detector that can find bombs.
However, when not in military service the vessels will be operated by Sealion in the commercial market.
Richard Wilkie, the SEALION Electrical Engineer, from Special Projects, NSWC CCD stated in a message to Aura Systems, "We are pleased to announce that SEALION II was turned over to NSWG4 on February 29.
An offshore support firm, Sealion manages and operates offshore support vessels for Toisa.
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Enjoying a superb setting on the seafront, the SeaQuarium features species from around the world on show in nine different zones, plus an amazing outdoor sealion cove where you can get up close and personal, with underwater views of harbour seals having fun in their 33,000 gallon pool.
It features postcards to help German soldiers identify their locations and targets as part of what was called Operation Sealion.
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