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Like Pierson, who captained the ball team last season, Collingwood seems to be stuck on Merriwell.
FRANK MERRIWELL'S RACESBURT L. STANDISH
The accident he had feared through all the months he had captained Earth's outpost on Mercury had come at last.
The political organisations in the labour world of England to-day are mainly captained by Irishmen.
He found employment on a Mississippi steamboat, became a skilled pilot, and in time owned the boat he captained.
SOUTH FROM HUDSON BAYE. C. [ETHEL CLAIRE] BRILL
Enthusiasm for the saving work captained her thereafter; nothing would turn her from her purpose.
REST HARROWMAURICE HEWLETT
Each abbey had its lands divided into baronies, captained by a lay “Church baron” to lead its levies in war.
He captained the team the second year and every year until he graduated, a year late for all his friend's unwearying toil.
PLAY THE GAME!RUTH COMFORT MITCHELL
Both women moved in the inner musical set of fashionable London and both captained rival camps.
MELOMANIACSJAMES HUNEKER
Following lunch a game of baseball was played between two well-matched teams, one of them being captained by Victor Gilbert.
He rode at the head of a last fragment of the famous company that Giovanni de' Medici had raised and captained until his death.
THE STROLLING SAINTRAPHAEL SABATINI

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judderverb (used without object) | [juhd-er ]SEE DEFINITION