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Crossing the Line.
Crossing the Equator.
Pronounced 'Crojjik'. Lower yard on a mizen mast. Name is sometimes given to yard in which square sail of a cutter is bent.
Temporary horizontal timber holding frames of a wooden vessel in position during building.
Bar of timber connecting heads of bitts. 2.
Bar athwart knight heads
, and carrying pins for belaying ropes. 3. Flooring piece resting on keel between half floors.
Name sometimes given to 'Coach Whipping'.
Sea. Confused sea caused by two seas that run in different directions.
Round seizing that is finished off by dipping the end between upper and lower turns and expending it around standing part of a shroud.
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