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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.
It is the first time the brand has extended to landlubber products such as meat and vegetables and marks a remarkable renaissance for the ancient mariner.
LANDLUBBER artists in the Coventry area are being asked to come up with seascapes as part of a competition to highlight the plight of fishermen and their families.
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.
But some ichthyosaurs--especially early species that still had the long tail, flexible spine and the lizardlike proportions of their landlubber ancestors--probably undulated their bodies when they swam.
Day one was over, and just as anglers boast about the one that got away, the kitesurfing tales of our landlubber team grew to epic proportions as the wine flowed at the Crab & Lobster pub in Bembridge.
HOME BENEATH THE WAVES: Landlubber Stan Thompson often opened his home to officers from the submarine HMS Opportune when they were visiting Teesside, so naturally when they were in port in September 1966 they invited Stan back to their place.
On the meaty landlubber side, you won't find a much better pork chop ($18.
We don't keep our furs in the freezer rooms and games upon deck are more likely to be bingo than bridge these days but there is still something romantic about the thought of being a landlubber no more and taking sail.
Landlubber Lenny had visions of himself as "a thong-wearing sailor dude" but the reality was 12ft high waves, storms and force eight gales.
Their mother, Pauline, who had crewed with them on several stages of the voyage, met the yacht with her landlubber sons Patrick, David and Simon.
Black Jake, alias Terry Wilkinson, said: "Every year we try to sneak ashore to pillage and plunder, but those landlubber kids are always waiting for us.