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Then he let a steaming arch out of the hose pipe, that vaulted the distance and soaked the steersman, who howled and lay down.
THE BELTED SEASARTHUR COLTON
Retired worn out; slept soundly; awaked by mate telling me that both men on watch and steersman missing.
DRACULABRAM STOKER
The bowman hitteth the mark, as the steersman reacheth land, by diversity of aim.
With a shriek of command to the steersman, and a plunge of his paddle, the bowman wrenches the canoe out of its course.
The young steersman could not guess that the shadow of a long sorrow was even then stretching across the path ahead.
He would follow up the river by another boat and resume his place as steersman when Brown was gone.
"There's the camp light yonder," the steersman spoke at last, with a sigh of satisfaction.
THE HALLOWELL PARTNERSHIPKATHARINE HOLLAND BROWN
"Here, madam," answered the deep and melancholy voice of the boatman who sat next her, and who acted as steersman.
THE ABBOTSIR WALTER SCOTT
The watchers from the lighthouse saw Ben relieve the steersman and tenderly arrange the cushions behind his back.
But in this flood shall Naglfar float, and the giant Hrym be its steersman.

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