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I do not know whether they can be manned, but everything is being prepared for any emergency that may arise.
Desperate engagement between an Algerine cruiser of 18 guns, well manned, and a Corsican frigate of 26 nine and twelve pounders.
Fresh gangs manned the sweeps and the riders on the eastern bank eased their pace to a walk.
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Five of the crew manned the winch; the mate and Jerry went to a block-tackle which was also connected with the lifting apparatus.
The captain's white gig having been manned, he seated himself in the stern sheets, a large flag trailing in the water behind him.
SKIPPER WORSEALEXANDER LANGE KIELLAND
Desks and boxes were thrust aside, the winch was manned, and the weighty lantern mounted slowly to its nocturnal watch-tower.
A marine sufficient to overpower that of Spain must be, not merely equipped and manned, but created.
Overhead loomed the beetling walls of the palace from which the prince had led his people in revolt—manned now by the Jivros.
Overhead still wheeled the circle of guarding disks, manned, I knew, by the inexperienced priest-like insect men.
But the garrison made a sortie, seized the towers, destroyed them, and killed or captured the soldiers who manned them.
BELGIUMGEORGE W. T. (GEORGE WILLIAM THOMSON) OMOND

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