pilot

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Who is going to say whether an applicant is competent to pilot a balloon or airship?

Captain Bob has been a Sandy Hook pilot for some years back.

That afternoon it cleared off, and we found a pilot lying a little outside of us.

At the Long Sault, we were all put in boats, with a Canadian pilot in each end.

Not a pilot would come out, and if they had, it would have done us no good.

We put our pilot on board this ship, which was doing a good turn all round.

The pilot immediately said, “Why, where could he have been brought up?”

The keel was laid for a ship of thirty-five tons, to be named the Pilot.

He was like a pilot who finds the tempest too strong for him.

The pilot of the incoming plane was there, too, and the radio man.

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