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The object and the means were the revival of the nautical labourer of twenty years before.
He seems to have forgotten his nautical labourer patented twenty years before; but yet reproduced something very similar.
One day her mother heard her singing a popular nautical ballad, on the devotion of a sailor's bride to her betrothed.
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The great steamer went ahead at the rate of five nautical miles an hour, and the cable passed smoothly overboard.
He had been down into the bottom-most pit of hell, and the sights that he had seen there had withered him up.
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Ten minutes' hard work, in which we assisted, produced something a trifle more nautical and seaworthy than the first craft.
The nautical instruments, the musket, and a part of our clothing, they immediately appropriated to their own benefit.
Beyond the fact that these were of nautical appearance, there was no distinctive dress.
The top-most bud waits only through the twelve hours of a single day to open.
Europa Point is the most southern point of the Rock, and is distant 11 nautical miles from the opposite African coast.

WORD OF THE DAY

nudniknoun | [nood-nik ]SEE DEFINITION