poop deck


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poop deck

[′püp ‚dek]
(naval architecture)
A partial deck above the main deck in a ship's afterpart.
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In the movie, when the boat is vertical, Jack and Rose hang on to the railing for dear life as several people plunge down the poop deck.
If Queen Victoria peering down from the poop deck seems oddly familiar, it is by intent: a spoof of a popular coffee company logo.
From midnorthern latitudes we see only parts of that vast ship--Puppis, the Stern or Poop Deck, and Vela, the Sails--riding low in the southern sky.
He set up a laboratory in a compartment the poop deck of The Terra Nova, the ship which took the expedition party to McMurdo Sound, an ice-locked channel in Antarctica.
The captain, the surgeon superintendent and the officer in charge of the guard promenaded on the poop deck which was shared by the members of the watch not on sentry duty.
The bad news is that he has a video recorder so I suppose we'll have to suffer "this is me on the poop deck, this is me on the bridge, this is me with vodka vomit down my shirt" when he gets back.
Sun, schooners of Tio Pepe, a luxury yacht and Jill Dando supine on the poop deck.
There were times when I was sitting up on the back of a hydraulic poop deck, strapped on with Kate, with 20 cranes around me, lights everywhere, Jim Cameron swooping on a crane and a camera directed straight at my face, and I thought, 'Where am I?
Overboard PC CD Rom Wash the poop deck and shiver yer timbers - this rather cute little graphic adventure game has sailed on to the PC.
Finally, the poop deck originates from a Latin word used to refer to the stern of a ship where ancient Venetians commonly placed statues, Welton said.
As he glided down onto the poop deck of the Titanic, a gunshot rang out.
The plane burst into flames, lost height and its port wing hit the Highlander's port lifeboat which swung the plane around onto the poop deck.