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Calm area between trade wind belt and 'Westerlies' in Atlantic Ocean. Approximately 30° to 35°N.
Team boat at Yarmouth in early 19th century. Worked by four horses.
Power. Unit of work equivalent to lifting power of 33,000-foot pounds per minute.
Iron fastening between fore foot and gripe.
, abaft mainmast, carrying ninepin blocks through which running gear of light sails was led to belaying pins.
Made in end of a single topmast shroud or backstay. End is turned down and a short length of rope is put across bight and spliced into each part. Sometimes used in jib guys.
Caulking the seams in ship side planking.
Large caulking iron used when horsing.
Heavy wooden mallet used when horsing.
Final caulking of ship's side planking.
in end of hose
, by which one length of hose is connected to another.
, who were responsible for the carriage of north country coal.
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