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SAILORS. Seamen, mariners. Vide Mariners; Seamen; Shipping Articles.

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and Paulvitch saw these two now running forward with drawn revolvers while the two sailors who had brought them ashore trailed at their heels.
The cabins poured forth a torrent of sailors and officers, each with heaving breast and troubled eye watching the course of the cetacean.
The young sailor gave a look to see that his orders were promptly and accurately obeyed, and then turned again to the owner.
But," said Porthos, with great wisdom, "that was impossible, for they would have killed the captain and the sailors.
He could not believe it till the sailors showed him the lump of silver.
The two men who had pushed the strugglers with their feet were assailed with abuse by the sailors, who had become reconciled.
blond Northmen from a Swedish barque, Japanese from a man-of-war, English sailors, Spaniards, pleasant-looking fellows from a French cruiser, negroes off an American tramp.
The men were working backwards toward the little party who were facing away from the sailors.
His Bretons surrounded him; Aramis yielded to their kind exertions, and the three sailors, lifting him up, carried him to the canoe.
A score of half-drunken sailors and wharf-rats looked up at the unaccustomed sight of a richly gowned woman in their midst.
It is just as well that the boats are scattered, sir," said one of the sailors.
Anne was there to meet him when he came, and found him wild with eagerness to get to the shore -- Nora and the Golden Lady and the Twin Sailors would be there.