Dangers of the sea

DANGERS OF THE SEA, mar. law. This phrase is sometimes put in bills of lading, the master of the ship agreeing to deliver the goods therein mentioned to the consignee, who is named, the dangers of the sea excepted. Sometimes the phrase is "Perils of the Sea." (q.v.) See 1 Brock. R. 187.

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The desert has all the dangers of the sea, including the risk of being swallowed up, and added thereto are unendurable fatigues and privations.
Night had just spread her thick veil over the yellow waters of the Thames; they heard those noises of casks and pulleys, the preliminaries of preparing to sail which had so many times made the hearts of the musketeers beat when the dangers of the sea were the least of those they were going to face.
This arrangement, along with the dangers of the sea and hostile attacks by the Turkish Coast Guard, is enough to drain Tareq of his humanity.
The Huddersfield South East Branch of the RNLI is looking to boost understanding of the dangers of the sea.
WAVE-DODGERS have been warned of the dangers of the sea - as some thrill-seekers are pictured playing "chicken".
Although he was not 'tombstoning' - the craze of leaping from a high platform into the sea - Daniel wants people, especially youngsters, to appreciate the dangers of the sea and to check the depth of the water before diving.
Marie said: "She knew the dangers of the sea, just as we all do in a coastal community.
tides are around people looks calm surface, but is a story " Kate-Megan Hewett said: "Awareness needs to be made about the dangers of the sea.
Equally importantly they are raising awareness of the dangers of the sea which is exactly what our new community program, Respect The Water, is aimed at doing.
Many don't have enough experience to deal with the dangers of the sea," Ahmad Al Beloushi, an Abu Abali village resident, told Gulf News
These measures include strong support to countries hosting the vast majority of Syrian, Iraqi and Afghan refugees, an information campaign informing of the dangers of the sea journey, and the development of legal pathways to seek protection in E number of sea arrivals this year has now passed the half-million mark with the arrival yesterday on the Aegean islands of nearly 8,000 people, bringing the total to some 502,500.
Searching for Mari's missing son, they confront the dangers of the sea (from lost drift nets to lightning storms) and readers learn how different life is for wild dolphins from those in captivity.