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sailor

any member of a ship's crew, esp one below the rank of officer

sailor

A brick laid vertically with the broad face exposed. See also: Brick

What does it mean when you dream about a sailor?

Dreaming of being a sailor or being with a sailor often reflects a desire to be adventurous. Perhaps the dreamer is ready to explore new areas and venture into deeper waters, particularly in personal relationships.

sailor

A brick that is laid on end (i.e., positioned vertically), with its wider face showing on the wall surface; compare with soldier.
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Willy soon finds that he is a good sailor, and he begins to enjoy the experience.
As an example, in the segment titled Sailing, Senge mentions the saying, "A good sailor works with the wind wherever it is blowing.
Abrams is attached to direct Universal Pictures' ``The Good Sailor,'' a drama being written by Brent Hanley (``Frailty'') that revolves around the sinking of the cruiser USS Indianapolis.
Canadian Phillip Ens's oily, supple Claggart was the Iago undermining a spontaneously good sailor, Billy.
Although I am quite a good sailor, I remember one fierce crossing where we hit a major trough in the middle of the night, like the Poseidon Adventure.
These people knew me as a good sailor and someone who could skipper a boat over long sea journeys.
Mum Alison, of Porthcawl, said: "He is a very good sailor but even the best prepared person in the world can get caught out.
It is said that the good sailor is known in bad weather.
I just thought he was a good sailor and he knew what he was doing.
A good sailor in a slow boat will rarely beat a bad sailor in a fast boat," says Bob Billingham, COO of AmericaOne, the leading US challenger for the America's Cup now taking place in New Zealand.
Ted is a very good sailor who came through Australia's Youth Sailing Academy," explained Greenhalgh.
Part of being a good Sailor is helping those in need whenever and wherever you have the opportunity to do so," explained LS2(AW) John Laughlin.