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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishAdmiraltyAd‧mi‧ral‧ty /ˈædmərəlti/ noun   the Admiralty
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AdmiraltyIt stops short at the Palace in the west, and the Admiralty in the north.On his return three years later he was appointed director of electrical engineering at the Admiralty, Bath.She sent a silent message winging to the small room at the Admiralty.Despite the hoopla, the Admiralty dragged its feet for a year in arranging the formal trial.Much of this information is held on the back of the chart, unlike the Admiralty who only use one side.The Admiralty Pilot Book warned that in some years the Kuroshio shifts its course.
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