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boatswain

, bosun, bo's'n
a petty officer on a merchant ship or a warrant officer on a warship who is responsible for the maintenance of the ship and its equipment

Boatswain

Byron’s favorite dog. [Br. Hist.: Harvey, 239]
See: Dogs
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Fasola (diocesan secretary); Mr Femi Owolabi (treasurer); Mr Dele Ayileka (legal adviser); Mr Bosun Osifalujo (statistician); Mr Ajibola Oyetunde (publicity secretary); Mr.
Bosun himself came within inches of landing the final of the Benroy Cup in November.
Bon Bon, a litter sister to Bosun, opened up clear water between herself and Tarrytown to take the deciding course.
CANARYMAN says: Here's your pic of Lisa, Matt and you can write to her at: The Bill, Bosun House, Deer Park Road, London SW19 3TL.
He joined the crew 15 months ago as the bosun's mate, which means he is responsible for helping the bosun maintain the rigging that supports the ship's masts and sails.
Bosun Oyintiloye of the APC against the elections of Mr.
Bali Muralidhar of Abingworth LLP and Bosun Hau of Tybourne Capital Management to its Board of Directors
Bali Muralidhar, a partner at Abingworth LLP, and Bosun Hau, a managing director and co-head of private equity at Tybourne Capital Management, to its board of directors, the company said.
Tenders are invited for Providing services of bosun at cift, kochi
and a beer SHOULD readers be surprised if the Huddersfield-based Bosun's Brewing Company suffers a stream of complaints following your feature on its corporate progress (Examiner, March 4)?
It is dangerous to allow an author too much authority to frame her work just the way she wants, but The Bosun Chair is best understood, and most kindly reviewed, in the context of the author's own interpretation of her work as the subgenre "second-generation diaspora literature." Delisle tells us in her prologue of the rootlessness of hearing stories of "home," a home that is not her natal Alberta but her parents' and ancestors' Newfoundland.