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landlubber

Nautical any person having no experience at sea
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Furthermore we have been encouraged by visual signs of alteration and veins at the holes following up on the Caribbean Zone discovery, as well as the first systematic drill campaigns at the Landlubber Target."
Will Nicholas simply resign himself to a landlubber's existence?
102, Issue 4) has a trick to train landlubber dogs: to get the dog accustomed to a canine litter pan that is lined with washable artificial turf, start with a piece of real turf.
It was an America's Cup race that even the most ardent landlubber had to love: land-locked Switzerland in a rematch with powerful arch rival Team New Zealand.
Every landlubber's knockkneed imagination was grabbed by one.
Landlubber: The seaman's version of "land lover," mangled by typical pirate disregard for elocution.
if you're committed to swimming but long for the technology that landlubber exercisers enjoy, the Aqua Sphere Aqua FM Snorkel might be of interest to you.
Jesus was a landlubber. Simon was not about to have an amateur tell him how to do his job.
So if you are a swimmer, don't worry if you aren't reaching a landlubber's heart rate.
Any landlubber or would-be sailor who loves boats and nautical true-life adventure will relish this story of sailing, with its high drama and fast action.
There was nothing on the parchment to give the slightest clue, at least not to a landlubber like her.