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The tall, lean youngster wore a junior pilot's bands on the sleeves of his blue uniform.
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The Dimbula picked up her pilot and came in covered with salt and red rust.
These men seem to have later joined the pilot, as he had 14 men when he encountered La Saussaye.
I pointed through the woods to a bit of clearing made by a charcoal burner.
Since the examination of this harbour, a penal settlement has been formed, and a pilot appointed to conduct vessels in and out.
Nevertheless those on board of her did not feel much uneasiness, because a good pilot had been secured in the channel.
He frowned; he glanced at his watch; he leaned forward to speak to the copter pilot and then changed his mind.
He was immediately appalled at his outburst, and by the pilot's startled glance, but the stat went off immediately.
As he did so, he observed the pilot-coat which covered him, and knew that it must have been placed where it was by Jones.
Within the quiet cabin a man stood to stare and stare, unspeaking, until his pilot laid a friendly hand upon the broad shoulders.

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