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buccaneer:

see piracypiracy,
robbery committed or attempted on the high seas. It is distinguished from privateering in that the pirate holds no commission from and receives the protection of no nation but usually attacks vessels of all nations.
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buccaneer

a pirate, esp one who preyed on the Spanish colonies and shipping in America and the Caribbean in the 17th and 18th centuries
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Division One: 1 Nunthorpe (12-24), 2 Huntsman (10-24), 3 Brambles Farm (12-22), 4 Jack & Jill (12-19), 4 Buccanneer (12-19).
Division One: Nunthorpe Squash Club 8 Apple Tree 0; Buccanneer 7 Jovial Monk A 1; Stainton 7 Longlands Warriors 1; Apple Tree 3 Jack & Jill 5; Cambridge 5 Beacon 3; Newcastle House 5 Linthorpe 3; Stainton 5 St Mary's B 3; Longlands Nomads 3 Beacon 5; Jack & Jill 6 Monk A 2; Endeavour 4 Linthorpe 4.
Birmingham is also the birthplace of several world famous games such as Cluedo and Buccanneer, plus more recently the board game Alphabet Runner, invented by Rasib Khan, of Great Barr, which scooped the 2006 Good Toy Award.
Erimus B had a close 5-3 win away to Springfield and stay in second place, while Junction defeated Camels Hump 5-3, Eston Labour Club beat Buccanneer A 6-2.
New to the league Buccanneer B are just one point behind the leaders after they defeated the Buccanneer B 5-3 and St Mary's B 5-3.
Newcastle House had a flying start, winning their first match 8-0 but then they were held to two 4-4 draws first away to Buccanneer A then at home to Apple Tree.
Roles in Brighton Belles, The Buccanneers, Love and Death on Long Island, Bedtime and EastEnders propelled her further into the spotlight.