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Stopping a Flag.
Making a wheft of it by passing a stop around its middle depth. Preparing a flag for breaking out.
Small lengths of rope
, line, sennit, yarns, etc.,
that are used for tying
; particularly for tying a sail when furled.
Any valve that can close a pipe against the passage of a fluid.
Vessel employed in carrying stores for a fleet or squadron.
Large drift ice
more than two years old
, that passes down the south-east coast of Greenland.
Violent disturbance of atmosphere that produces winds of Force 10 Beaufort scale (48-55 knots).
Confined to an anchorage or haven through being unable to proceed because of stormy weather.
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