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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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It was a foggy day but what was clear was that Prince Klenk had helped land quite a touch for Davison, who, alongside jockey Dean Gallagher, had rushed on from winning a selling hurdle at Windsor with Matelot Royale.
A Montreal, le matelot Fouchereau possedait L'abrege de la vie eternelle, et son collegue Guillaume Lasue <<deux paires d'heures >>42.
Darius Milhaud's Le Pauvre Matelot, performed in the courtyard cafe of Valletta's Teatru Manoel during a recent short break in Malta.
The female bird is forever gazing out to sea, waiting for her matelot mate to return from his long sea voyage; but the male is forever gazing inland, waiting for the pubs to open
The boat neck on the matelot top, for example, is not a slash neck and will not reveal your bra strap, and is only pounds 3.
Martin Pipe's French-bred was backed from 20-1 to 6-1 at Fontwell and he showed plenty of resolution to inch out Francois Doumen's Matelot.
Her main rivals were Kschessinska, and the Italian guest artists, but she was popular with the audience at the Maryinsky (particularly for her improvised encores); her large repertory of ballets included classical roles, character dancing, and many contemporary works (as a sailor in her own comic number, Le Matelot, she would spit over the rail).
Before I get a bunch of corrections from my matelot friends, I would remind you that this came from an 1805 codebook
However, it matters not a jot that politicians haven't a clue about the places they represent, it's all for the "grog and tobacco" as any saucy Liverpool matelot would tell ye, if there were any these days.
To hear Matelot and L'Ami, from the Francois Doumen stable, called 'Mate-a-lot' and 'Larmy' is inexcusable.
He did his national service in the Royal Navy and, one evening, watching a tramp cargo boat sailing past the breakwater in Swansea Docks he jumped on it and, for the next year, became a matelot, knocking around the world and picking up insights for his future sea stories.