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  • Refitting — bezeichnet in der Archäologie eine Methode, die durch das Wiederzusammenfügen von beieinander gefundenen Steinabschlägen eines Kernstückes zum ursprünglichen Stück eine Rekonstruktion der verwendeten Technik und der Ausgangsform erlaubt.… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • refitting — re·fit || ‚riː fɪt v. readjust, remodify, readapt …   English contemporary dictionary

  • refitting — refitˈment or refittˈing noun • • • Main Entry: ↑refit …   Useful english dictionary

  • USS Whale (SS-239) — USS Whale (SS 239), a Gato class submarine, was the first ship of the United States Navy to be named for the whale, an extremely large, aquatic mammal that is fishlike in form. Her keel was laid down on 28 June 1941 by the Mare Island Naval… …   Wikipedia

  • USS Tunny (SS-282) — The USS Tunny (SS/SSG/APSS/LPSS 282) was a Gato class submarine which saw service in World War II and in the Vietnam War. Tunny received nine battle stars and two Presidential Unit Citation (US)s for her World War II service and five battle stars …   Wikipedia

  • Debitage — Example of lithic refitting …   Wikipedia

  • USS Constitution — For similarly named ships, principles of government, and other uses, see Constitution (disambiguation). Constitution on her 213th birt …   Wikipedia

  • Chatham Dockyard — Coordinates: 51°23′50″N 00°31′40″E / 51.39722°N 0.52778°E / 51.39722; 0.52778 …   Wikipedia

  • Rosyth Dockyard — is a large naval dockyard in Rosyth, Fife, Scotland, which today primarily undertakes refitting of Royal Navy surface vessels. Rosyth Dockyard is owned by Babcock PLC.HistoryConstruction of the dockyard by civil engineers Easton, Gibb Son… …   Wikipedia

  • GWR 4073 Class 5043 Earl of Mount Edgcumbe — Originally built as Banbury Castle in March 1936. Its first shed allocation was Old Oak Common. It was renamed Earl of Mount Edgcumbe in September 1937. From August 1950 until March 1959 its shed allocation was Old Oak Common. It had a double… …   Wikipedia

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