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The limit in the number of members was increased from 200 to 300, and the club burgee also underwent a change.
The race was under the Royal London burgee, and was sailed in gloomy weather and a smart (p. 355) north-east breeze.
He appeared on deck presently with a long blue burgee on which was emblazoned in white letters the single word Maggie.
CAPTAIN SCRAGGSPETER B. KYNE
That makes us pirates, and that old Maggie burgee floatin' at the fore ain't nothin' more nor less than the Jolly Roger.
CAPTAIN SCRAGGSPETER B. KYNE
He did meet Deacon Burgee, who stared at him with more of rage than of amazement in his wrinkled countenance.
SHORT SIXESH. C. BUNNER
I could see Jean now helping haul down our burgee, and the deck boy, Willy, in his hurried work about the boat.
The burgee of the other Club we have named has undergone many changes.
THE FLAGS OF THE WORLDF. EDWARD HULME
"You don't have to hold him," called Captain Burgee, dismounting from Loopy the mate.
SUGAR PLUMREGINALD BRETNOR
And the burgee––the letters on the burgee––my cousin Alice worked them.
THE SEINERSJAMES B. (JAMES BRENDAN) CONNOLLY
Burgee's long, low house was indecently plain, without even so much as a gimcrack or bit of gingerbread decoration.
SUGAR PLUMREGINALD BRETNOR

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