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There is no rear propellor in the traditional sense, and it has no need of a sail, which is the rectangular chimney-like structure that sits atop every submarine, because the direct-view periscope has been replaced by camera-equipped optronic masts.
As a ship sails away from harbor, noted Sacrobosco, a lookout at the top of the mast will still be able to see land long after the sailors on deck have lost sight of it.
This has led some people to set telecom masts on fire—there were at least 140 arson attacks in the first half of the year—and to threaten the engineers who deploy 5G infrastructure.
The schooner was typically defined as a relatively small marine vessel with two or more masts – with fore and aft sails on both these masts.
"This organized conspiracy on your part," the capstan gurgled, taking his cue from the mast.
Here and there, but far away, a mast or sail rose above the level surface of the marsh.
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I also put entirely new spars into her, and there stands her old mast.
The man was raving mad, and the captain was obliged to have him bound hand and foot, and chained to the mast.
While it lasted flashes of lightning frequently played around the mast-top, occasioned by electricity.
At last it reached its destination at the head of the thick part of the mast, but about ten or fifteen feet beneath the ball.

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