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The Algerines were now sweeping with their piratic crafts the Mediterranean, exacting tribute from all Christian powers.
Lured by such hopes of plunder, Venice was as eager as the pope to take a share in the piratic expedition.
The Scottish broch-people, associated in tradition with the Picts, were notorious for their piratic habits.
ANCIENT MAN IN BRITAINDONALD A. (DONALD ALEXANDER) MACKENZIE
Indeed, this name of Skelt appears so stagey and piratic, that I will adopt it boldly to design these qualities.
What horror to look into the muddy sediment which floats round the piratic keel!
Robber bands and piratic hordes will often fight with ferocity and desperation which can not be surpassed.
JOSEPH BONAPARTEJOHN S. C. ABBOTT
Because Murphy could not write, Pritchard was left with him to read the piratic instructions once each week.
MY ATTAINMENT OF THE POLEFREDERICK A. COOK
Now let us follow the ship Roosevelt in its piratic career northward.
MY ATTAINMENT OF THE POLEFREDERICK A. COOK
And thus Sumner cannot detect that England makes war on our commerce, under the piratic flag of the rebels.

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