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It’s unknown, for example, whether such groups in the Americas had seagoing vessels or the navigational skills needed to reach Polynesia, says anthropologist and population geneticist John Lindo of Emory University in Atlanta.
That these were indications of any racial significance the non-seagoing Briton had seldom, perhaps, realized.
Of her seagoing qualities I knew nothing except by repute, but her equipment throughout was of the best.
THE PIRATE OF PANAMAWILLIAM MACLEOD RAINE
The invention of wireless telegraphy has practically reduced the perils of seagoing to a negligible minimum.
BY RIGHT OF CONQUESTARTHUR HORNBLOW
He had been in much bigger churches than this one, while abroad during his seagoing years.
CAP'N WARREN'S WARDSJOSEPH C. LINCOLN
The largest seagoing ships can now be admitted to the quays of the town.
She then stated she wanted a completely equipped seagoing laboratory for work along the French coast.
October 22: Heard indirectly that the Tharios had managed to charter a seagoing tug on shares with friends.
He was Tom Sawyer grown up; and for a raft on the Mississippi substitute a seagoing yacht.
THE PAGAN MADONNAHAROLD MACGRATH
Six men, forward and aft, to handle a suit of sails which equaled those of any seagoing racing yacht.

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