Monitor versus Merrimack
A naval engagement of the Civil War, fought in 1862 off the coast of Virginia between two ironclad ships, the Union Monitor and the Confederate Virginia (which had been built on the hull of the U.S.S. Merrimack). The incident demonstrated that wooden warships were obsolete.
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One of the more interesting splits in the book is the difference between your time at Manchester United versus at Everton.
Dis whole job is a pipe, wit' us havin' a Monitor gun to open dat armored truck.
The barrel of the Monitor swung and the hot steel barrel burned Delancy's arm.
And then the Monitor's deafening hammer sounded again, and after that, silence.
Murphy was kill-crazy, and tonight the Monitor rifle in his hands had made him feel like a god.
Mandibulae validae corneae arcuatae, intus apicem versus subsinuatae edentulae basin versus ciliatae vel submembranaceae.