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The admiralty had been at the greatest pains to guard the Lusitania and other big liners, in the belief that they would be needed as transports.
The prince, tanned from the couple’s Mexican sojourn, was wearing his dark blue admiralty uniform and sword.
Endurance Exploration owns the wreck site, having filed an admiralty claim in federal court.
The Supreme Court has traditionally affirmed expansive civil forfeiture rules by reference to colonial practices rooted in admiralty, piracy, and customs law.
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