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MATE. The second officer on board of a merchant ship or vessel.
     2. He has the right to sue in the admiralty as a common mariner for wages. 1. Pet. Adm. Dee. 246.
     3. When, on the death of the master, the mate assumes the command, he succeeds to the rights and duties of the principal officer. 1 Sumn. 157; 3 Mason, 161; 4 Mason, 196; See 7 Conn. 239; 4 Mason, 641 4 Wash. C. C. 838.

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During this period, drivers can use the service roads on both sides of Al Matar Street to move between the D-Ring Road and C-Ring Road, and to reach the neighbouring local roads, as shown in the attached map.
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They make 17 years [in jail] in total," Matar tweeted after the verdict.
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Al Matar, who covers her full body, head and face in the conservative Saudi style of dress, was on her way home on July
In The Return, Libyan novelist Hisham Matar (In the Country of Men) tells the harrowing story of his search for his father, Jaballa Matar.
The Dow Chemical Company has announced the appointment of Fadi Matar as its Public and Government Affairs director for India, Middle East, Africa and Turkey (IMEAT).
In British Captives from the Mediterranean to the Atlantic, 15631760, the esteemed scholar Nabil Matar attempts to give an account of British captives in North Africa from the Elizabethan period to the Seven Years' War.
Mona Matar said that too often some families concentrate on nationality, rather than their daughter finding a good man who would be suited to them.
Bahrain: An exhibition by Bahraini visual artist Waheeda Malullah opened at the Bin Matar House in Muharraq.