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I also started to value air con systems and technical quality of refit far more highly than I ever thought possible.
A storm dispersed both fleets and D'Estaing, after collecting his ships, sailed off to Boston to refit.
Two raking broadsides that crashed into the stern of the "Levant" sent that craft out of the action, to refit.
They were a Division coming out of the Somme battle to rest and refit.
A very few days were sufficient to refit the Rover, and to store and provision her ready for sea.
TRUE BLUEW.H.G. KINGSTON
At length, however, the men again began to refit the ship, and prepare for resuming the blockade of Cadiz.
The Cerberus was sent to refit at Portsmouth, and on her way thither she captured a gun-boat.
She had come in to refit, for her bottom was much befouled by a long cruise, which had been successful.
The two frail vessels, however, rode out the storm and at last put into one of the Azores to refit.
It will be necessary to refit, to take in water, and to set our gas-producer plant going.
THE GREAT AIRSHIP.F. S. BRERETON

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