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Bøker Bok 110 av 10A figurative expression for the timbers. /fuie at anchor, is when a ship is held...
" A figurative expression for the timbers. /fuie at anchor, is when a ship is held by her anchors, and is not driven by wind or tide. To ride athwart, is to ride with the ship's side to the tide. To ride hoirie fallen, is •when the water breaks into the... "
The Practical Navigator, and Seaman's New Daily Assistant: Being an Epitome ... - Side 267
av John Hamilton Moore - 1791 - 296 sider
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The New Practical Navigator: Being a Complete Epitome of Navigation: to ...

John Hamilton Moore - 1807 - 328 sider
...mechanical power. It is ufed in oppofition to jambing or flicking. Ride at anchor. Is when a (hip 'ч held by her anchors, and is not driven by wind or tide. To ride athwart, is to ride with the ftiip's fide to the tide. To ride hawfe-fallen, is when the water breaks into the hawfe in a rough...
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The New Practical Navigator: Being a Complete Epitome of Navigation to which ...

John Hamilton Moore - 1807 - 328 sider
...fome mechanical power. It is ufed in oppoûtion to jambing or nicking. Ride at anchor. Is when a thip is held by her anchors, and is not driven by wind or tide. To ride athwart, is to ride wiib the (hip's fide to the tide. To ride hawfc-fallen, is when the water breaks into the bawfe in...
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The New Practical Navigator: Being a Complete Epitome of Navigation: to ...

John Hamilton Moore - 1810 - 336 sider
...yielding to the efforts of some mechanical power. It is used in opposition to jambing or slicking. Ride at anchor. Is when a ship is held by her anchors,...and is not driven by wind or tide. To ride athwart, it to ride with the ship's bide to the tide. To ride hawse-fallen, is when the water breaks into the...
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American Practical Navigator

1821
...in opposition to jambing or sticking. Ribs of a ship. A figurative expression for the timbers. Hide at anchor, is when a ship is held by her anchors,...to ride with the ship's side to the tide. To ride hawse fallen, is wtien the water breaks into the hawse in a rough sea. Rigging. A general name given...
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The New American Practical Navigator: Being an Epitome of Navigation ...

Nathaniel Bowditch - 1826 - 617 sider
...opposition to jambing or sticking. fíibi af a «*«p. A figurative expression for the timbers. /fuie at anchor, is when a ship is held by her anchors,...to ride with the ship's side to the tide. To ride hoirie fallen, is •when the water breaks into the hawse in a rough sea. R'ZOfaf. A general name given...
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The New American Practical Navigator: Being an Epitome of Navigation ...

Nathaniel Bowditch - 1826 - 617 sider
...in opposition to jambing or sticking. Jlibs of a ship. A figurative expression for the timbers. Hide at anchor, is when a ship is held by her anchors, and is not driven by wind or tide. To rídt athwart, is to ride with the ship's side to the tide. To ride hawse fidleti,ia when the water...
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Life on the Ocean: Or Twenty Years at Sea: Being the Personal Adventures of ...

George Little - 1844 - 395 sider
...sail by taking in one or more of the reefs. Ribs of a skip. — A figurative expression for timbers. Ride at anchor. — Is when a ship is held by her anchors, and is not driven by wind or tide. Righting. — Restoring a ship to an upright position. Right the helm. — Is to bring it into midships,...
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Life on the Ocean: Or Twenty Years at Sea: Being the Personal Adventures of ...

George Little - 1845 - 395 sider
...sail by taking in one or more of the reefs. Ribs of a ship. — A figurative expression for timbers. Ride at anchor. — Is when a ship is held by her anchors, and is not driven by wind or tide. Righting. — Restoring a ship to an upright position. Right the helm. — Is to bring it into midships,...
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The New American Practical Navigator; Being an Epitome of Navigation ...

Nathaniel Bowditch - 1846 - 451 sider
...in opposition to jamming or sticking. Riln of a ship ; a figurative expression for the timbers.Ride at anchor, is when a ship is held by her anchors, and is not driven by wind or tide. — To ride athwurt, is to ride with the ship's side to the tide. — To ride hawse-f alien, is when the water...
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Navigation

James Pryde - 1867 - 458 sider
...which form the sides of a ship. Bide at anchor, to, is when a ship is held by one or two anchors ahead, and is not driven by wind or tide. To ride athwart is to ride with the ship's side to the tide. Biding bitte, timber heads (bitts) fixed amidships in the fore-part of the deck, to which, . with the...
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