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seaman

a man who serves as a sailor

Seaman

 

or sailor, the first (junior) military rank in the navy, corresponding to the rank of soldier in the other branches of the armed forces. The rank was introduced in the USSR in July 1946 to replace the rank of Red Navy seaman; the rank of seaman first class, corresponding to private first class, also exists. The Russian Navy had the ranks of seaman second class and seaman first class. In the merchant fleet a sailor is one who serves on the ship’s crew.

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The majority of Torres Strait Islanders who live in the Torres Strait and on mainland Australia would know of Uncle Seaman and probably grew up with his music or were exposed to it.
Leading Seaman Shipp s name was then read from the War Memorial s Honour Roll and I had the privilege of laying a wreath to honour his sacrifice and by simple connection, the sacrifice of all people who died in the service of our nation.
Seaman, of Penllyn Way, Hemlington, Middlesbrough, admitted theft, converting criminal property and four counts of obtaining services dishonestly - his first convictions.
But Seaman received two early warnings on his form and said, "I was handcuffed" and had to slow his pace.
Growing up, David Seaman was a massive role model for me," said Hart, who has kept five clean sheets in his last seven games.
In court papers, Debbie said she became aware of the adultery last July - three months after Seaman moved out - and found it "intolerable" to live with her husband.
Wissam Maolouf, one of the event organizers, opined that the style of music Seaman pioneered has of late been the signature sound of Lebanon's after-hours club scene.
And Seaman, 42, promised: "I will be landing Pam on the ice very gently.
The full-page ad was an enormous risk for the $150,000-a-year store, but the sale tripled the store's weekly revenues to $10,000, and Seaman became a passionate believer in advertising.
Having originally targeted James during the summer, Keegan made his move again after Seaman assessed the damage inflicted to his shoulder by Portsmouth's Aiyegbeni Yakubu at Fratton Park on Saturday.
Sakiri's corner that helped Macedonia to a 2-2 draw in their Euro 2004 qualifier draw at Southampton last October went in direct, leaving Seaman stranded.
Seaman defied belief on Sunday when he not only got a hand to Blades striker Paul Peschisolido's header, but somehow dug the ball out from behind him before it crossed the line and managed to scoop it away.

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