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Shroud-Laid 311 Sidereal Hour Angle
'Shove Off Forward.'
Order given to bowman of a boat when he is to bear boat's head away from the ship or structure that she is alongside.
'Show a Leg.'
Phrase used in Royal Navy when calling hands from their hammocks. Said to be a survival from days when women were allowed to sleep aboard warships. More likely to
mean, 'Show some intention of turning out.'
Rope or wire rigging that supports a mast or bowsprit in a thwartship direction.
Bridle used to confine running rigging to a shroud.
attached to mast near head
, having lugs to which upper eyes of shrouds are attached.
Knot for temporarily reuniting a shroud that has parted.
Ends are unlaid
, married, and a wall knot made in each three strands.
Sidereal Hour Angle
Said of ropes consisting of four strands laid up around a central heart.
on side of ship or boat
, to take lower ends of shrouds. 2. Iron band at head of lower-mast to take lower eyes of futtock shrouds.
Short length of rope used for securing to a shroud above and below a part that had become stranded.
Wooden thimble seized to a shroud to form a fairleader for a rope of running rigging.
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