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marline

[′mär·lən]
(naval architecture)
A tarred two-stranded, left-handed hemp about ⅛ inch (3 millimeters) in diameter; used for neat seizings.
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Jailing Brown and ordering destruction of the dogs, Judge Scott-Gall said: "There was no explanation for how the dogs escaped out of the window, but escape they did, and were roaming unrestrained and uncontrolled in Marline Road.
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