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shipmate

a sailor who serves on the same ship as another
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When I returned with the rum, they were already seated on either side of the captain's breakfast-table--Black Dog next to the door and sitting sideways so as to have one eye on his old shipmate and one, as I thought, on his retreat.
I'll have a glass of rum from this dear child here, as I've took such a liking to; and we'll sit down, if you please, and talk square, like old shipmates."
He had early learned that it was wise to get along well with sea-cooks, since sea-cocks were notoriously given to going suddenly lunatic and slicing and hacking up their shipmates with butcher knives and meat cleavers on the slightest remembered provocation.
I HAVE tried through various channels to trace an old shipmate of mine who came from Huddersfield.
The author has organized the main body of his text in six chapters devoted to the foundation of the black population of the Rio de la Plata, shipmate networks and African identities, leadership and networks in black militias, confraternities and Tambos, and a wide variety of other related subjects.
PO36 8PG (A stamp will help the pension if writing to me for reunion details!) The next move towards finding your old shipmate is yours.
And with a shipmate like Karena on board you'd be happy to drop anchor for a while.
The tech reps began to troubleshoot the issue while I stepped back and started talking about the removal procedure with a shipmate. However, communication broke down, and in our haste to change the tire, the pressure in the hydraulic lines wasn't bled down.
The bench was unveiled by Admiral Sir Ian Forbes, another shipmate, using the battle ensign flown on the ship during the conflict.
2 May 2012 - Dutch flag, corporate and event branding manufacturer Faber Group said on Wednesday it had bought domestic event and city dressing supplier Shipmate, in a move to enhance its top sector position in the country.
It is incomprehensible that a shipmate would commit such a horrible crime to another shipmate.
A shipmate told of going to the airport to see how much it cost to fly.