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dinghy

any small boat, powered by sail, oars, or outboard motor

dinghy

[′diŋ·ē]
(naval architecture)
A boat, less than 20 feet (6 meters) long, propelled by oars or sails, that may be used as a tender to a ship or yacht.

dinghy

An inflatable rubber boat carried in aircraft for use when an aircraft must be ditched. Small dinghies are packed in the form of a cushion on a seat-pack parachute, and large dinghies are stowed in the aircraft, usually near escape hatches.
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lt;BThe dingy skipper is a priority species in terms of conservation
Dingy, who was also a wellknown face in the old Bull Ring market where he sold pictures for many years, was laid to rest at Handsworth Cemetery.
A website has reported that these four men had been seen on board of an Indian vessel after abandoning their dingy off Vettilankerni.
Hereford Crown Court heard yesterday thatMarkTissiman,whowas driving a Range Rover Sport which was towing the dingy, failed to competently prepare it for the road.
Dave Williams of Aberdyfi RNLI said an easterly breeze blew the dingy 200m to sea.
I am sure you are not implying when Islam banned alcohol way back in the seventh century that was the dark and the dingy era of fundamentalism.
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As its name suggests, the dingy skipper is not one of Britain's brightest butterflies.
When Ahmad (Ahmad Razvi) finishes, he drags the pushcart back to its warehouse, carries its propane tank back to his dingy Brooklyn apartment, catches a few winks and then goes through the whole grinding process again.
My twin brother and I spent the entire night staring out a dingy apartment window, praying the test of America didn't resemble the scene outside our bedroom window.
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The new short film, directed by singer David Bowie's son Duncan Jones, shows blonde and brunette models battling it out in a dingy basement.